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Softek Application Optimizes Cerner EMRs

March 25, 2009
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Softek Solutions (Prairie Village, Kan.) is introducing version 5.9 of Panther, a solution for monitoring and managing the Kansas City-based

Cerner Millennium EMR system.

According to the company, Panther is designed to help optimize a hospital’s investment in its electronic record system by reducing downtime, increasing performance, and eliminating bottlenecks. The latest version of the application offers the ability to generate management reports analyzing Millennium’s system availability, critical performance and end-user impact, it touts.

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