News | May 26, 2008

Siemens Offers Upgrades to Soarian Scheduling System

May 27, 2008 - Siemens has made enhancements to its Soarian Scheduling solution as part of its v2.3 release, which is now available.

One new addition is the Integrated Booking Space, an advanced workspace for scheduling patient appointments, especially complex series and rehab appointments. Soarian Scheduling is an enterprise patient scheduling and resource management solution that helps health systems optimize the delivery of care services. The Integrated Booking Space combines side-by-side patient and resource schedules, dynamic resource views, advanced calendar features, and automated search in a single workspace. Schedulers can select available appointment slots from the resource schedules and multi-select appointment sets from search results, simultaneously. Staff can view a patient’s past, current, and future appointments, resource schedules with color-coded appointments and details about appointments, slot configurations and resources. The new workspace is designed to help hospital staff schedule or manage appointments more efficiently and find appointment times when schedules are tight.

The new release also offers workflow enhancements with the Soarian and INVISION suite of healthcare information technology solutions.

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

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