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Nyack Hospital Adopts 30-Minute ED Standard

August 20, 2008
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Nyack Hospital

, located in Nyack, N.Y., has adopted the 30-Minute Service Standard from Dallas-based

Emergisoft Corporation

to eliminate long wait times, overcrowding and patients leaving without being seen.

The hospital set a standard that states that patient care from medical professionals will begin within thirty minutes. EmergisoftED says it contributes to the success of the standard by providing Real-Time data so each department in the hospital can track a patient’s status.



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