News | November 25, 2007

Lourdes Health System Implements Essentris Perinatal Solution

November 26, 2007 – CliniComp International announced that New Jersey-based Lourdes Health System went live with the Essentris Perinatal Solution. The implementation completes its fully integrated inpatient solution deployment in all perinatal areas of Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center in Camden and Lourdes Medical Center of Burlington County in Willingboro, with more than 300 clinician and administrator users.

Healthcare professionals now are using Essentris Perinatal in the Antepartum, Postpartum, and Labor and Delivery units of both hospitals as well as in the Special Care Nursery in Willingboro and in the Intensive Care Nursery and Pediatrics in Camden. In December, Lourdes Health will expand the system to an outpatient clinic affiliated with Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center in Camden.

“CliniComp’s implementation methodology was a great match for our internal project management processes, and resulted in one of our smoothest implementations,” said Maureen Hetu, Chief Information Officer, Lourdes Health System.

CliniComp’s new methodology draws upon proprietary evidence-based best practices. Essentris Perinatal is designed to manage clinical workflow across the entire continuum of perinatal care and provides integrated modules for fetal surveillance, maternal charting and Neonatal (level 3) ICU management. The system reportedly captures and links all episodes of care including mother to baby information into a longitudinal electronic medical record.

For more information: www.clinicomp.com

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