ATLANTA, Sept. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- Susquehanna Health, a three-hospital health system providing care to northern Pennsylvania, selected an integrated perioperative information management system provided by Surgical Information Systems (SIS). The SIS solution will integrate seamlessly into the hospitals' existing Siemens Soarian® system and help the System enhance patient safety and drive business results.
"Susquehanna selected the SIS Solution because of its capacity to drive enhanced surgical business performance and provide a perioperative EMR consisting of a single database for both the surgery and anesthesia record," said Lori Beucler, RN, MSN, CCRN, Administrative Director, Perioperative Services at Susquehanna Health.
The drive for this new solution began in 2009 when the Susquehanna Health Perioperative Leadership Team developed a strategic plan to transform the System's existing medical record to a fully electronic perioperative record, while ensuring seamless interoperability with existing health information systems throughout the hospital. The team, comprised of anesthesia, perioperative, GI, materials management and IT representatives, embarked upon a search for a vendor with a comprehensive operating room (OR) and anesthesia platform tailored to not only meet the Systems' unique documentation needs but also become a long term partner to help further Susquehanna Health's quest for enhanced patient safety and financial performance.
"After an extensive research process and several visits to host sites we selected SIS not only because we believe that the product meets and exceeds our requirements, but also because we felt an immediate 'culture' connection with the SIS team," said Beucler. "They are the best fit for the values and the mission of Susquehanna Health.
|SOURCE Surgical Information Systems|
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