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OHSU Streamlines its HIM System

April 13, 2007
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Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) has implemented document workflow tools from Streamline Health Solutions. Streamline also integrated its solutions for health information management (HIM) with OHSU's EMR application, EpicCare from Verona, Wis.-based Epic Systems Corporation.

In addition to Epic Systems, Streamline Health states its solutions were integrated with other OHSU systems, including Siemens Lifetime Clinical Record (LCR). According to Streamline, the result is a comprehensive approach to document management across the organization's enterprise.

Located in Portland, Ore., the OHSU Health System includes OHSU Hospital, Doernbecher Children's Hospital, and dozens of primary care and specialty clinics serving all of Oregon's counties.

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