News | September 11, 2007

Siemens to Deliver Enterprisewide Health Information System

September 12, 2007 - Siemens Medical Solutions announced today that Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children (TSRHC) in Dallas, TX, has become the latest hospital to sign with the company to implement the MedSeries4 health information system (HIS), which was designed specifically to support rural and community healthcare providers in their IT adoption efforts.

The system is expected to be implemented in early 2008 and includes solutions for patient care and enterprise resource management, as well as laboratory, pharmacy, radiology and document management systems. The Siemens IT systems to be installed for these solutions include MedSeries4, NOVIUS Lab, Siemens Pharmacy, syngo Workflow, Enterprise Document Management and Siemens OPENLink.

MedSeries4 is expected to help TSRHC deliver state-of-the-art functionality, including browser-based workflow for clinicians, while providing a cost-effective solution that aims to enhance the hospital's patient safety initiatives and enable easier access to patient information for physicians and staff.

For more information: www.usa.siemens.com/medical

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