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Children's Center Selects EHR

February 12, 2010
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The Children's Center, a not-for profit pediatric specialty hospital in Bethany, Okla., has purchased Reston, Va.-based

QuadraMed’s EHR solution.

According to the company, The Center purchased the QCPR Smart Start solution, which enables order entry, results reporting, nursing assessments for care data capture, care management plans, and inpatient acuity measurement. Care providers receive integrated, clinical decision support for medication administration, (including lab values and care documentation), as well as pharmacy medication delivery. The Children's Center also acquired Computerized Physician Order Entry CPOE; Long-Term Care and Rehabilitation modules, and QuadraMed's AcuityPlus nurse staffing management solution.

The Center offers a wide range of medical services, rehabilitative care and social services to children with complex medical and physical disabilities in long-term care and others who have experienced traumatic injuries to the brain or spinal cord in short-term rehabilitation.

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