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St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center to Utilize Clinical InfoNET System for Physicians
Date:12/17/2008

e-of-the-art system," he added, "also facilitates multi-person onscreen meetings and educational sessions. In fact, it can provide a physician with access to multiple sources of clinical information, including direct access to pharmaceutical companies, if the physician so wishes."

About St. Joseph's Hospital and MedicalCenter:

St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center has been a symbol of quality healthcare in the Phoenix Valley for 113 years. The hospital offers a wide range of services to treat the most severely ill and injured in the community. St. Joseph's is home to Barrow Neurological Institute, which is annually recognized as one of the top 10 neuroscience centers in the nation, and the Children's Health Center, which offers a full range of specialty pediatric services. Other centers include the Heart & Lung Institute and the Comprehensive Cancer Center. St. Joseph's Trauma Center also is the only Level 1 trauma center in the state that is verified by the American College of Surgeons. In addition, the hospital offers obstetrical, neonatal intensive, and a wide range of other specialty care programs.

About Clinical Information Network, Inc.:

Clinical Information Network, Inc. is a privately held company based in Scottsdale, Arizona. The company is focused on providing innovative communication systems and services to the healthcare industry. Its mission is to provide healthcare professionals with convenient access to multiple sources of clinical information that can assist them in further enhancing the standard care delivered to patients. Their communication channels include state-of-the-art, yet easy to use, videoconferencing software that physicians can use on their desktops or laptop computers to contact other healthcare professionals, medical institutions, and pharmaceutical companies. For more information, contact 480.422.1811
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