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PENN Medicine Partners Up With DocuSys

June 13, 2007
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The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (PENN Medicine) and DocuSys Inc., a provider of anesthesia information management systems (AIMS), have established a Center for Information Technology within the Center for Anesthesia Patient Safety and Public Policy at the Philadelphia-based university.

According to DocuSys, PENN Medicine's Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care will conduct basic and applied research related to AIMS technology. The clinical utility of this technology will be evaluated, providing direction that will advance anesthesia patient safety initiatives, says the Mobile, Ala.-based company.

PENN Medicine consists of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and the University of Pennsylvania Health System.



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