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Greater Baltimore MC Selects Physician Documentation

May 28, 2009
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The Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC) has chosen Baltimore-based Salar, Inc. to enable electronic clinical documentation for the center’s emergency and internal medicine physician staff.

Under the agreement, GBMC will take part in a nine-month pilot implementation of customized versions of Salar’s clinical documentation tools and charge capture solutions that will be used in an initial rollout of about 30 hospital physicians. The solution will be modified to meet the specific needs of GBMC’s physicians, according to the company.

The 310-bed Medical Center serves nearly 22,000 in-patients annually and provides approximately 60,000 emergency room visits. GBMC also includes Gilchrist Hospice Care and the GBMC Foundation.



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