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Eclipsys User Network Brings Eclipsys Clients Together to Share Outcome Improvement Strategies
Date:10/5/2007

lipsys. "We also now have more than 60 clients live on Sunrise Clinical Manager 4.5, with more than 80 percent of those upgrades on-time and on-budget."

EUN 2007 will include networking events and special general sessions, featuring executives and other leaders from Eclipsys client organizations, who will share how they successfully employ Eclipsys solutions to drive outcome improvements. They will be joined by Eclipsys executives, who will deliver corporate and solution updates, including a "sneak preview" of the company's latest advanced clinical and financial information solutions.

"We believe the driving force behind our clients' continued investment in our solutions is our unwavering commitment to help them achieve their outcomes improvement goals," added Eckert. "EUN allows us to focus on client satisfaction by offering an informative and supportive atmosphere, engaging them as speakers - both at the peer level and through demonstrations - and engaging with them in on-going discussions of how they can use our solutions most effectively. This event also provides valuable insights into how Eclipsys can develop solutions to best meet our clients' needs."

Peer-to-Peer Learning is the Heart of EUN

With over 460 hours of combined training and education opportunities at EUN 2007, the primary focus is peer-to-peer learning. This year's conference includes over 100 educational sessions led by renowned healthcare experts that allow clients to share their experiences, knowledge and innovations on a range of topics. This year's topics include improving communications and patient handoffs, using an integrated medication management approach to enhance patient safety, and executing a successful activation.

"At Eclipsys, we work closely with our clients to ensure they are meeting their goals of care quality and safety, financial and operational efficiency, and customer and staff satisfaction using our proven Outcomes Methodology," said Jay Deady,
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