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Century City Selects EHR Platform

October 15, 2007
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LA-based Century City Doctors Hospital (CCDH) has signed with Medsphere Systems Corp. of Aliso Viejo, Calif., to implement its OpenVista EHR platform.

CCDH selected OpenVista based on its evolution from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs' VistA EHR, Medsphere's successful deployment of OpenVista at other community hospitals, and OpenVista's ability to integrate with Keane's EZ-Access Patcom revenue cycle management application suite to provide best-of-suite clinical and financial capabilities, the company claims.

CCDH, a 120-bed acute care facility, is implementing the OpenVista platform as part of an integrated information systems initiative established by the physician group that acquired, renovated, and opened the hospital in 2005, Medsphere says.

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