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T-Systems Updates EDIS

October 9, 2007
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Dallas-based T-System Inc., a provider of clinical documentation and information solutions in emergency departments and urgent care centers, has rolled out the T SystemEV 2.6, an updated version of its emergency department information system.

According to the company, features of T SystemEV 2.6 include:

  • New Computer-based Provider Order Entry (CPOE) — Integrating documentation and order entry provides the first CPOE module designed from the beginning for effective mobile use.

  • New Automated Facility E&M Level Determination — Real-time automation of APC facility levels eliminates the need for nurses and medical record personnel to assign a level.

  • Enhanced Tracking — The new tracking dashboard facilitates waiting room and treatment room management.
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