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Bayshore Gets IT for Safety

August 1, 2007
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Bayshore Community Hospital (Holmdel, N.J.), has selected Eclipsys Corporation's (Boca Raton, Fla.) Sunrise Clinical Manager in support of patient safety initiatives designed to improve care delivery in its high-acuity care environment.

The hospital will also implement Eclipsys' revenue cycle and registration solutions, enabling patient information to flow from registration to the point of care and to billing and reimbursement, says the company.

Eclipsys says that Bayshore will implement Clinical Manager's integrated platform and its modules including Sunrise Acute Care, Sunrise Emergency Care, Sunrise Surgery, Sunrise Pharmacy, Sunrise Patient Acuity, Sunrise Radiology, and Knowledge-Based Charting.

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