News | August 10, 2009

Aspyra, Regional Hospital Signs Deal to Upgrade Aspyra RIS, LIS

CyberRAD Radiology Information System

August 10, 2009 - Aspyra Inc. entered into an agreement with Valley View Regional Hospital (VVRH), a 142-licensed bed facility located in Ada, Oklahoma, to upgrade the hospital’s laboratory and imaging department systems to the most current release of Aspyra’s CyberRAD Radiology Information System (RIS), CyberLAB Laboratory Information System (LIS) and CyberPATH Anatomic Pathology (AP) System solutions.

VVRH has been an Aspyra customer since 2002. The hospital, managed by Mercy Health System of Oklahoma, serves the city of Ada, as well as surrounding counties in south central and parts of southeastern Oklahoma. In addition to the main location, the hospital operates a satellite clinic located in Stratford, Oklahoma.

The upgrade is designed to enable the facility to eliminate redundant entries by integrating the Aspyra RIS with the hospital’s current PACS, capture additional pre-authorization information and schedule patients with ease using the enhanced room scheduling module.

Valley View Regional Hospital will be implementing CyberLAB version 7.2 and CyberRAD version 5.4 on a Windows platform, utilizing a MS SQL database structure. CyberLAB LIS features decision support tools with auto-verification, automated clinical reporting and multisite management. CyberRAD RIS features complete departmental solutions for a busy hospital imaging department or center.

For more information: www.aspyra.com

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