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City of Hope Scoops Up Eclipsys' Sunrise Clinical Manager

May 3, 2007
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City of Hope, an NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center based in Duarte, Calif., has purchased a number of Eclipsys clinical information solutions to increase patient safety and operational efficiencies.

According to Eclipsys, City of Hope will implement the following Sunrise Clinical modules:

  • Sunrise Acute Care
  • Sunrise Ambulatory Care
  • Sunrise Critical Care
  • Sunrise Pharmacy
  • Knowledge-Based Medication Administration
  • Sunrise Radiology
  • Knowledge-Based Charting

According to Atlanta-based Eclipsys, City of Hope will use its suite of solutions to facilitate better communication among caregivers, and enable the flow of information across the facility's entire inpatient and outpatient care settings.

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