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Trinity Health Gets Clinical Decision Support

November 11, 2009
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Trinity Health, a 44-hospital system based in Novi, Mich., will install seven of Amsterdam-headquartered Elsevier’s online clinical decision support (CDS) solutions to provide evidence-based clinical content for physicians and other healthcare professionals.

According to the company, Trinity will implement Clinical Pharmacology, ToxED 2.0, First Consult, MD Consult, Mosby’s Nursing Consult, Mosby’s Nursing Skills, and Mosby’s Index. The solutions will be deployed in Trinity’s critical access facilities, long-term care and ambulatory facilities located in California, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan and Ohio.

Trinity Health is the fourth-largest Catholic health care system in the United States, operating 44 acute-care hospitals, 379 outpatient facilities, 33 long-term care facilities, and numerous home health offices and hospice programs in eight states.

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