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Philips and Orion Partner on Integration Engine

April 30, 2010
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Netherlands-based Philips Healthcare announced an agreement with Orion Health (Santa Monica, Calif.) to deploy the Orion Health Rhapsody Integration Engine across Philips’ portfolio of solutions.

Philips says the partnership with Orion Health to automate the delivery of clinical data with the Rhapsody platform will allow the company to deploy technology faster and help customers achieve cost savings.

“Making data from Philips’ solutions more accessible to physicians can improve patient outcomes by presenting a more complete clinical record,” said Paul Viskovich, president of Orion Health North America. “The electronic exchange of patient data is a critical component of advancing health reform and we’re proud to partner with an organization of Philips’ caliber.”



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