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Initiate Systems Unveils Patient Registry

July 31, 2009
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Initiate Systems, Inc. (Chicago) is launching Initiate Catalyst Patient Registry, a virtual software appliance designed to accelerate data interoperability for EMRs, portals, radiology information systems, PACS and other healthcare information exchange (HIE) solutions.

According to the company, the tool provides independent software vendors with entity resolution and search capability that can be embedded in their information exchange applications and portals to improve patient care. Designed specifically for healthcare solutions, the Patient Registry enables users to integrate and aggregate data from multiple sources within or across enterprise boundaries. It includes a patient algorithm in use at more than 100 integrated delivery networks and 30 national and regional health information exchanges, it touts.



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