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St. Joseph Goes for Azyxxi

November 15, 2007
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In an effort to optimize treatment decisions by getting better access to data, Orange, Calif.-based St. Joseph Health System has sign on to use Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft Corp.'s Azyxxi integration engine.

The implementation will allow St. Joseph clinicians to make more informed decisions by providing a holistic view to data that is stored in silos across the organizations, the company touts. Accessible on computers, tablet PCs and handheld devices, Azyxxi provides real-time responses to clinical, administrative and research-specific questions.

St. Joseph is the first West Coast early adopter of the unified health enterprise platform and is the sixth early adopter of Azyxxi. With 14 hospitals, St. Joseph Health System community-based hospital network serves communities in Northern California, Southern California, and West Texas/Eastern New Mexico.



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