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Ochsner Taps Pathology IS

November 12, 2008
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Ochsner Health System

, a seven-hospital network based in New Orleans, is implementing the Progeny Anatomic Pathology information system from Anna, Texas-based

PathView Systems, Ltd.

, a partner with

InterSystems Corporation

(Cambridge, Mass.).

Progeny is built on the InterSystems CACHÉ high-performance object database. It is designed to provide a complete workflow solution with enterprise-wide scalability that can enable clinicians to deliver results at any time, according to the company.

Ochsner Health System is a non-profit, academic, multi-specialty system providing services in 80 specialties and subspecialties. Ochsner employs over 600 physicians and is the only Gulf South, Medicare-approved transplant center for heart, liver, kidney and pancreas.



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