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West Va. Hospital Selects EMR Suite

March 3, 2009
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Wheeling Hospital (Wheeling, W.Va.) is deploying Atlanta-based

Eclipsys’ Sunrise Enterprise suite of solutions. The 276-bed hospital is installing a combination of Eclipsys’ suite as part of an effort to establish an enterprise-wide EHR and provide support for performance management and revenue cycle applications, according to the company.

Wheeling will deploy Eclipsys’ Sunrise Acute Care, Sunrise Pharmacy Sunrise, Emergency Care and Sunrise Ambulatory Care solutions for clinical decision support, medication safety and clinical documentation. In combination, the solutions will create a single electronic record that will flow across all areas of Wheeling’s delivery complex, including emergency rooms, outpatient centers and Belmont Community Hospital, a division of Wheeling Hospital, it touts.

With two hospitals, two clinics, four outpatient centers, a continuous care center and wellness center, Wheeling Hospital provides care to residents of the Northern Panhandle of West Virginia and Eastern Ohio.

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