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Eclipsys Sunrise Acute Care Receives CCHIT Certification
Date:11/5/2007

- Software Meets 100 Percent of Newly Launched Inpatient Certification

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ATLANTA, Nov. 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- The Certification Commission for Healthcare Information Technology (CCHIT(sm)) today announced that the Eclypsis Corporation(R) (Nasdaq: ECLP), The Outcomes Company(R), product Sunrise Acute Care(TM) 4.5 SP 4, a module of Sunrise Clinical Manager(TM), is CCHIT Certified(sm), and meets the Commission's newly launched inpatient electronic health record (EHR) criteria for 2007. Inpatient EHRs are designed for use in acute care hospitals. The Commission -- an independent, nonprofit organization -- is the Recognized Certification Body in the United States for certifying health information technology products.

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In addition to meeting foundation standards such as security, certified inpatient products are examined for clinician order entry (often called CPOE) and medication administration capabilities (often called eMAR), including related clinical decision support. As a CCHIT Certified product, Sunrise Acute Care 4.5 has been tested and passed inspection of 100 percent of a set of criteria for CPOE and eMAR. The Commission focused certification testing on these areas first because they have the lowest rate of adoption in hospitals but are thought to offer the highest value for improvement of care.

"Eclipsys has long been a leader in CPOE, as our Knowledge-Based CPOE(TM) system is the most widely used in the industry, and we are very excited that Sunrise Acute Care is one of the first products to pas
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