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CPM Resource Center and The Shams Group Partner To Help Hospitals Integrate Evidence-Based Clinical Content Into Information Systems
Date:5/12/2009

idence-based Clinical Practice Guidelines for medical and surgical diagnosis as well as human response conditions. CPMRC has been the industry leader for over 20 years in executable knowledge and clinical decision support impacting the quality, productivity and safety of patient care.

"We are looking forward to offering the advantages of integrating the CPMRC content into the hospital information systems we optimize," said Kam Sham, President of TSG. "The hospitals we serve are continually searching for strategic ways to expand the potential of their existing information systems, and integrating the content from CPMRC makes our solution unlike any other in the country."

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The CPM Resource Center (CPMRC) offers content, processes, tools and services that support practice advancement, cultural transformation, infusion of evidence-based care, and interdisciplinary integration at the point of care. CPMRC's evidence-based products and professional services assist healthcare organizations in creating a healthy work culture and interdisciplinary integration using the CPM Professional Practice Framework(TM) that supports and advances professional practice and appropriate standardization of care. The International Consortium of over 260 rural, community and university settings connects clinicians and leaders to advance clinical scholarship and research. Practice Education Partnerships bridge the transition from education to practice in schools of Nursing and Allied Health. CPMRC is a business unit of Elsevier. For more information on CPMRC, please visit http://www.cpmrc.com.

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