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Marion General Inks Remote Hosting Deal

June 27, 2008
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Marion General Hospital (Marion, Ohio) signed a seven-year agreement for remote hosting services for United Kingdom-based GE Healthcare’s Centricity Enterprise solution.

As part of the deal, Marion will implement a clinical information system while maintaining a flexible technology model with remote services, according to the company. The facility is also installing barcode medication administration, multi-disciplinary documentation and pharmacy and orders capabilities.

A 165-bed facility, Marion General is North Central Ohio’s largest hospital. It is part of OhioHealth, a not-for-profit, charitable healthcare organization consisting of 15 hospitals and 20 health and surgery centers throughout a 46-county area.

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