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Thomas Jefferson Hospitals Select EDIS

July 11, 2008
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Philadelphia-based Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals has selected Somerset, N.J.-based Wellsoft’s emergency department information system (EDIS).

The solution will serve Jefferson University Hospital’s Level 1 Trauma Center, Methodist Hospital’s Fast Track, and the organization’s residency program. Features to be implemented include patient tracking, nursing and physician documentation, electronic orders and results, image capture, and risk management.

Together, the Emergency Departments at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital, Jefferson Hospital for Neuroscience and Methodist Hospital Division of Thomas Jefferson University Hospital serve over 105,000 adult and pediatric patients per year.



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