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Keane, Zynx Health Team to Offer CDS Solution

November 24, 2009
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Zynx Health (Los Angeles) is partnering with the Healthcare Solutions Division of Boston-based

Keane Inc., to integrate its evidence-based clinical decision support solutions with Keane’s Optimum EHR system.

Through the collaboration, ZynxOrder will be offered at Keane’s acute care facilities, where customers will be able to integrate the solution into the EHR, providing practitioners with access to evidence-based clinical best practices at the point of care, the companies say.

ZynxOrder will also be embedded into Keane’s clinical offering, Optimum iMed, they claim, to provide users with access to the latest information in clinical decision support diagnosis and problem-driven order sets to allow for optimized patient care.



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