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Pennsylvania Hospitals Choose TheraDoc

July 26, 2007
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Allegheny General Hospital (AGH) of Pittsburgh and Thomas Jefferson University Hospital (TJUH) of Philadelphia, both plan to implement Salt Lake City-based TheraDoc's electronic surveillance and clinical decision support systems.

AGH 829-bed academic health center will go with TheraDoc's Expert System Platform (ESP) and its knowledge modules to address patient-safety threats, while 957-bed TJUH will utilize ESP and the Infection Control Assistant to enhance its infection monitoring and control programs throughout the hospital.

The TheraDoc technology leverages data from multiple sources within the hospital to power an automated surveillance solution that identifies infections and their cause, the company touts.

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