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OhioHealth Selects CredenceHealth for Clinical Surveillance Initiative

July 21, 2010
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CredenceHealth, a Nashville, Tenn.-based clinical intelligence provider, announced today that OhioHealth, an 8-hospital, with more than 2,000 beds, hospital system in Columbus, Ohio, has selected CredenceHealth for its latest real-time clinical surveillance initiative.

CredenceHealth has been contracted to imbed alerts directly into OhioHealth’s current tools and clinician workflow.

OhioHealth has been recognized as a leader in healthcare quality by multiple healthcare ratings organizations. Its Riverside Methodist Hospital has received the National Research Corporation’s Patients’ Favorite Award every year since 1996. OhioHealth was also named by Thomson Reuters as a Top 10 National Healthcare System based on its clinical quality and efficiency. OhioHealth’s dedication to innovation and the improvement of patient care at every level led to the selection of CredenceHealth as a partner in OhioHealth’s real-time clinical surveillance initiative.



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