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GW Univ. Hospital Installing Clinical Documentation

November 4, 2008
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The George Washington University Hospital (Washington, D.C.) is rolling out Baltimore-based

Salar, Inc.’s TeamNotes to improve the clinical documentation process for all hospital inpatient admissions.

With the new software, clinicians will be able to more effectively adhere to industry-wide and CMS clinical documentation standards, says the company.

The George Washington University Hospital is a 371-bed acute care facility jointly owned and operated by a partnership between a subsidiary of Universal Health Services Inc. (King of Prussia, Pa.) and the George Washington University (Washington, D.C.).

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