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Clara Maass Upgrades EDIS

February 3, 2010
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The ED department at Clara Maass Medical Center upgraded to the newest version of EDIMS' (Livingston, N.J.) EHR.

According to the company, the 465-bed Belleville, N.J.-based hospital, a member of the Saint Barnabas Health Care System, is the first facility in the nation to implement the recently released EDIMS v2.6 system for emergency departments. This version includes enhanced medication reconciliation, streamlined assessments, and several new features.

In addition to drug interaction and historical triage enhancements, new features of EDIMS v2.6 include an eDocuments scanning solution.

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