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UMass to Get Physician Portal

March 9, 2009
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In an effort to make viewing millions of patient records easier, Worcester, Mass.’s

UMass Memorial Health Care has selected Initiate Interoperable Health software from

Chicago-based Initiate Systems Inc., the company says.

The idea, according to Initiate, is that it will provide a unified system-wide view for UMass Memorial to its more than 4.5 million patient records. With its product, the company claims UMass Memorial will be able to provide physicians with anywhere access to complete patient medical records through the dbMotion Solution portal.

UMass Memorial Health Care is central Massachusetts’ largest not-for-profit healthcare delivery system, covering the complete healthcare continuum with organizations such as UMass Memorial Medical Center, its academic medical center and its affiliated community hospital. UMass Memorial is the clinical partner of the University of Massachusetts Medical School.



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