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Compuware Covisint to Securely Connect, Integrate Michigan's Thumb Health Information System
Date:11/4/2008

fferent healthcare systems often use different technologies, meaning that providers also must view patient information on unfamiliar screens. These translation challenges can cause confusion, delays and other problems in delivering quality patient care in a timely fashion. Covisint addresses this, enabling access to each hospital's electronic medical records that translate clinical and administrative patient information from multiple systems into a single and familiar view. This is particularly important for patients being transferred between hospitals, as in the case of Michigan Thumb Health Information System. These hospitals have the option to simply view the patient's information or to store it into their own electronic medical record (EMR), and physicians will be able to easily print desired information.

"Covisint is technology-neutral, which is key to integrating multiple technologies with multiple healthcare systems regardless of size--rural, metropolitan or otherwise," said Brett Furst, Covisint Vice President of Healthcare. "This partnership shares real-time patient information and positions these hospitals with fingertip access to the latest data they need to do their jobs successfully."

Covisint also recently announced partnerships electronically connecting physicians to healthcare information in Michigan, as well as statewide backbones in Minnesota and Tennessee. These partnerships improve the delivery, security and efficiency of healthcare information as society moves toward reducing the burden and inefficiencies associated with paper-based systems, which, according to many estimates, still account for approximately 75 percent of all recorded healthcare data.

Covisint's on-demand collaboration platform helps virtual communities securely access, use and share time sensitive information. Covisint solves business problems by streamlining and automating processes globally-- connecting state and nationally based communities, organization
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