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Cape Cod Healthcare Implementing Soarian HIS

December 17, 2009
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Cape Cod Healthcare, a two-hospital system located in Cape Cod, Mass., inked a seven-year deal with Siemens Healthcare (Malvern, Pa.) to implement the Soarian HIS within its health network.

According to the company, Cape Cod will implement Soarian Clinicals, Financials, Device Connect, Scheduling, and Analytics, along with NOVIUS Lab and Radiology, Siemens Pharmacy, and Med Administration Check. The majority of the installation is expected to be completed by mid-2011, it says.

Cape Cod Healthcare provides services for residents and visitors of Cape Cod, with more than 450 physicians and 4,600 employees, two-acute care hospitals, the largest home health services agency on the Cape, a skilled nursing and rehabilitation facility, an assisted living facility and numerous health programs.



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