News | November 14, 2006

MercuryMD MData Mobile Brings Patient Information to INTEGRIS Health Physicians via BlackBerry Handsets

The combination of MData Mobile and BlackBerry gives INTEGRIS Health’s clinicians fast and easy access to comprehensive patient medical record information from any location and at any time.
According to James Lynch, R.N., M.B.A., director of Clinical Applications at INTEGRIS Health Inc., “MData Mobile’s ability to sync patient data seamlessly from our clinical system proved a tremendous success with our physicians, practice nurses and physician assistants.
“The growing popularity of BlackBerry was a factor in bringing MData Mobile to that platform, and it was relatively straightforward to integrate the two products,” said Lynch. “The support for BlackBerry in MData Mobile will allow INTEGRIS Health to offer MData Mobile to more of our physicians and other clinicians. Expanding the use of MData Mobile will help increase physician efficiency during rounds, reduce transcription errors and improve the quality of patient care enterprise-wide.”
MData Mobile extracts patient information including patient census lists, demographics, laboratory and radiology results, medication lists, pathology reports, consults and other transcribed reports from the hospital’s clinical and ancillary information systems and delivers it directly and securely to the clinician’s PDA, smart phone, tablet PC or desktop. With improved access to the full range of patient information, clinicians can make better informed decisions and spend more time with patients.

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