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Four Organizations Deploy CIS

October 29, 2009
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Four healthcare organizations — Hunterdon Medical Center, Galion Hospital, Summa Health System-Barberton Hospital, and Toronto Rehabilitation Institute — are implementing Reston, Va.-based QuadraMed Corporation’s QCPR Clinical Information System. According to the company, QCPR is a CPOE and EHR system that includes closed-loop medication management, clinical decision support, and integrated laboratory and radiology management systems.

QuadraMed says in addition to QCPR, the organizations are also deploying other solutions.

· Hunterdon Medical Center, a 178-bed facility located in Flemington, N.J., is implementing QuadraMed Enterprise Scheduling (QES) and AcuityPlus.

· Galion Hospital, a 25-bed critical access hospital in Galion, Ohio, has selected QES, QuadraMed Electronic Document Management and AcuityPlus.

· Summa Health System-Barberton Hospital, a 311-bed acute care community hospital in Barberton, Ohio, is installing AcuityPlus.

· Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, a 200-bed teaching and research hospital of the University of Toronto, is deploying AcuityPlus.



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