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CHRISTUS Selects ProVation Order Sets

May 11, 2010
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Philadelphia based Wolters Kluwer Health, a provider or information and business intelligence in medicine, has announced that CHRISTUS Health (DALLAS) has selected ProVation Order Sets for 24 of its facilities, providing point-of-care access to order sets and other clinical decision support tools.

Provation Order Sets is a customizable order set authoring and management solution that provides integration into clinical processes to streamline delivery of standardized care. ProVation Order Sets are powered by the Wolter Kluwer Health’s UpToDate Decision Support, which covers over 7,700 topics in 15 medical specialties, and includes more than 80,000 pages of text and graphics. It is continuously reviewed and updated by physician editors and authors.

CHRISTUS Health is an international Catholic, not-for-profit health system that is comprised of over 50 hospitals and log-term care facilities and 175 clinics and outpatient centers in over 60 cities.



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