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Colmar Selects Merge Healthcare

May 11, 2007
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Colmar General Hospital, Colmar, France, has selected Merge Healthcare's Fusion aXigate clinical information management platform, and numerous associated software modules, to create information-based workflow in its hospital.

According to Merge, the contract represents a comprehensive revision of the 1,339-bed medical center's image and information management systems, and includes an electronic patient record (EPR), order and prescription management, computerized prescription order entry, emergency management, bed and patient identity management, reporting tools, laboratory server and pathology.

Fusion aXigate is a Web-based solution for patient, medical and clinical process management that integrates information from many different, previously isolated, systems, says the company. Merge contends that the software is designed to be scalable, enabling customers to add new functionality through plug-in modules.

Merge Healthcare is a medical imaging software and services provider based in Milwaukee, Wis.

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