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Medical Center Orders Architecture Study

June 22, 2009
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Baylor Medical Center at Frisco in Texas has selected

Orchestrate Healthcare of Greenwood, Village, Colo. to develop a clinical and technical architecture study. According to the healthcare technical consulting company, it will analyze (in partnership with

Vitalize Consulting Solutions of Kennett Square, Pa.), the Frisco medical center’s clinical and technical architecture needs and wants. Although Baylor is currently utilizing

MEDITECH (Westwood, Mass.) standard modules, its goal is to seamlessly interface with its nursing, EMR and other systems, Orchestrate says. The company touts that together with Vitalize, it will perform a readiness assessment of current systems, provide the 13-bed-system with an analytical review and present a roadmap for the strategic roll-out of clinical and technical architecture.

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