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Jefferson Regional Medical Center Selects iSirona DeviceConX for Medical Device Integration
Date:12/29/2008

471-bed Hospital Has Begun Hospital-wide Implementation of iSirona Solution.

Panama City, FL (PRWEB) December 29, 2008 -- iSirona®, an innovative provider of data automation solutions for healthcare providers, today announced that it has signed an enterprise license agreement with Jefferson Regional Medical Center (JRMC). Located in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, JRMC is a community-based, not-for-profit hospital dedicated to providing measurable quality health services.

iSirona DeviceConXTM simplifies patient data collection by delivering data from bedside and mobile devices to clinical information systems. The solution also provides options for positive patient identification, ensuring the data is documented to the correct patient.

According to Jefferson's CIO, Patrick Neece, iSirona DeviceConX was a logical solution. "After evaluating other products, iSirona was an easy decision for us because of the flexibility and options around implementation. When coupled with the technology of wireless adapters for portable devices and integration capabilities into our clinical documentation system, they were a natural fit."

Phase one of JRMC's implementation is now underway, with "go-live" scheduled for late December. "iSirona DeviceConx will be a key component in our hospital-wide device integration initiative, where we fully expect to improve timeliness, accuracy and workflow in the clinical areas," says Neece.

"JRMC is a well-respected regional healthcare provider committed to providing measurable, high-quality patient care," says Peter Witonsky, iSirona's president and chief sales officer. "DeviceConX will free up the clinicians' time to focus on providing quality care and, ultimately, help them achieve better patient outcomes."

About iSirona
Panama City, Florida-based iSirona (www.isirona.com) develops clinical automation solutions for healthcare. The iSirona Enterprise™ product suite delivers medical device data from bedside and mobile devices to clinical information systems, simplifying the process of patient data collection. iSirona accelerates return-on-investment by streamlining workflow and maximizing IT investments. Uniquely positioned to deliver the most robust solution, iSirona guarantees delivery of accurate, timely and complete patient data.

For media inquiries:
Jené Leiner
The Cypress Group
jleiner(at)cypressgroup1.com

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