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Oklahoma Hospital Taps Anesthesia IS

August 1, 2008
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Muskogee Community Hospital (Muskogee, Okla.), a 45-bed facility scheduled to open early next year, will deploy the anesthesia information management system from Atlanta-based DocuSys, Inc.

The solution is intended to compliment Muskogee’s existing EMR system in its OR. According to DocuSys, it will provide the hospital with an anesthesia information management application that can facilitate the processes of consolidating and managing patient data, and a coding module that will enable staff to capture professional fees and document comorbid conditions.

Muskogee will a physician-owned facility that will include four ORs, three procedure rooms, a level IV emergency room and imaging services.



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