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Rehab Hospital to Enhance Clinical Care

January 26, 2009
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Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital of Lincoln, Neb., has selected Atlanta-headquartered Eclipsys Corp. for post-acute care and rehabilitation medicine.

In an effort to enhance new client’s clinical workflows and document for post-acute care, the hospital selected components of its Sunrise Clinical Manager solution suite, including the Sunrise Acute Care solution for clinical decision support and interdisciplinary clinical documentation, the company says. Once in place, Eclipsys says hospital staff will be able to review and update patient data.

In addition, the Knowledge-Based Medication Administration will deliver handheld, bar code scanning devices to support verification of the five rights of medication safety and help clinicians make more informed decisions, the company touts.



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