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Bates County Memorial Hospital Selects Opus Healthcare Solutions, Inc. to Implement the OpusClinicalSuite(R) EMR
Date:4/21/2009

e meeting of federal mandates for EMR adoption, Opus Healthcare Solutions will play a significant role in Bates' continued success in delivering quality patient care to our community."

The OpusClinicalSuite(R) provides a single point of access for clinicians to retrieve all patient clinical information (patient vitals, lab results, medications, imaging results) and submit orders, from the bedside or remote locations such as their office or distant clinics. The suite enables hospitals to meet patient safety issues and implement quality measures for improved patient outcomes, in addition to meeting the interoperability requirements mandated by ARRA.

Fred Beck, President of Opus Healthcare Solutions, said that "We are excited to have Bates County Memorial Hospital as a client and look forward to helping them achieve their clinical organizational goals. Their forethought in selecting a vendor now confirms our belief that many other hospitals will be making similar decisions in the near future as the deadline for receiving full reimbursement under ARRA draws even closer."

About Opus Healthcare Solutions, Inc.

Based in Austin, Opus Healthcare Solutions, Inc. delivers highly adaptable Web-based clinical applications to hospital systems and integrated health networks. The 2nd generation technology of the OpusClinicalSuite(R) includes computerized physician order entry, clinical documentation, order management, medication administration checking and charting, a clinical data repository, a patient dashboard, physician Web access, and laboratory data management inclusive of microbiology and anatomic pathology. The system is built on a secure Web architecture, and capable of sharing clinical data through an integrated HL7/XML interface engine.

More than 10,000 clinicians at acute care hospitals across the U.S. now use software solutions
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