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Keane Wins $1 Million Electronic Medical Record (EMR) Implementation at New Jersey-Based Acute Care Facility
Date:9/5/2007

Keane InSight Product to Enhance Patient Safety, Improve Efficiency

SAN RAMON, Calif., Sept. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Keane, Inc., a $1 billion-plus global services firm that specializes in enabling transformation of its clients' business and IT functions, today announced that it has been awarded a $1 million software and services contract with Capital Health System, a two- hospital, 619-bed regional health system based in Mercer County, N.J., to install clinical components of its Keane InSight product line.

As part of the implementation, Keane will install its clinical Electronic Medical Record (EMR) and Pharmacy application throughout the facility to provide clinicians with immediate access to patient information using secure, browser-based technology at the point of service.

"Capital Health System provides its patients with more state-of-the-art technology than any other healthcare system in the region," said Gene Grochala, Chief Information Officer at Capital Health System. "We chose Keane's InSight product because of its extensive clinical functionality for physicians and nurses, and feature-rich display capabilities, infrastructure simplification, as well as the ease of integration with our existing IT infrastructure. We were impressed with the high level of experience and dedication of Keane's team, and look forward to working together on this implementation. We remain committed to providing our patients with the best technology available."

"Patient safety is a major concern for healthcare organizations today, and our Keane InSight product line provides clinicians with better access to critical patient information," said Marv Mouchawar, Executive Vice President, Products and Corporate Development. "By bringing complete patient information directly to the point of service, Keane InSight helps improve clinical decision making and minimizes medical errors."

Mr. Mouchawar added, "This deal helps establish Keane as a leader in the New Jersey marketplace and also sets the stage for additional sales in the Northeast."

About Capital Health System

Capital Health System is a regional health care provider comprised of 619 beds and employs nearly 3,300 individuals while serving the residents of Mercer County, N.J. and Bucks County, Pa. CHS Fuld and Mercer campuses are separately licensed acute care hospitals with 269 and 350 beds, respectively, located in Trenton, N.J. CHS also includes a new, state-of-the-art health care center that puts family physicians and specialists, state-of-the-art technologies, and same-day surgical services all in one location in nearby Hamilton Township, N.J. For information, visit http://www.capitalhealth.org.

About Keane's Healthcare Solutions Division

Keane's Healthcare Solutions Division (HSD) provides proprietary software and services to hospitals and long-term care facilities throughout the country. Since 1975, Keane's software has been helping clients increase efficiencies, reduce medical errors, meet regulatory requirements, and enhance revenue cycle management. Keane's core healthcare solutions include EZ-Access, Patcom, Keane InSight, and Keane NetSolutions. Information about Keane HSD is available on the Internet at http://www.keane.com/hsd.

About Keane

In business since 1965 and based in the United States, Keane is a global services firm that specializes in enabling transformation of its clients' business and IT functions. The transformation partner of choice for clients across a broad array of industries, Keane is unique in its passion for building satisfying and enduring relationships with clients. Keane's solutions - which comprise consulting, technology, and outsourcing services - are customized to address clients' industry-specific challenges and enable dramatic improvements in business performance.

For more information on Keane's services portfolio, industry solutions, and global locations, visit http://www.keane.com.

Contact:

Ed Meehan

Marketing Director

Keane HSD

631.351.7000

Mike Gallo

Gutenberg Communications

212.239.8594


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