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The Ohio State University Medical Center Completes Successful Go-Live With iSironaAmong Top 10 in Nation for Quality Care, The Ohio State University Medical Center Connects Over 700 Devices to Its Epic EMR (October 31, 2011)
PANAMA CITY, FL -- (Marketwire) -- 10/31/11 -- iSirona®, a provider of simplified solutions for medical device integration, announced today that The Ohio State University Medical Center has implemented iSirona's device connectivity solution. The Ohio State University Medical Center, one of the largest and most diverse academic medical centers in the country, is using iSirona's software solution to deliver patient data from over 700 wired monitors and wireless ventilators to its Epic EMR.
Based in Columbus, Ohio, The Ohio State University Medical Center was recently named one of 10 academic medical centers in the nation delivering the highest quality of care in a study commissioned by the University HealthSystem Consortium (UHC).
"This solution is completely software-based and scalable, and it allowed us to attain our connectivity goals," explains Kevin Jones, assistant director of information technology at The Ohio State University Medical Center.
"Securing connectivity for these first 700 devices will undoubtedly result in improved workflows for The Ohio State University Medical Center's nurses and faster access to more accurate data," says Peter Witonsky, president of iSirona. "We look forward to working with The Ohio State University Medical Center as they expand their medical device integration efforts."
Panama City, Florida-based iSirona helps clinicians make more informed decisions about patients by providing an easy to use approach to medical device integration. Using iSirona's software solution, hospitals can connect virtually any medical device to their CIS, providing clinicians with faster access to more accurate patient information.
Amendola Communications for iSirona
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