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LodgeNet Deploys Customized 'Kid Friendly' Solution With Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC
Date:9/18/2007

We also have added a number of educational videos that can be viewed by either the patients or the parents to assist with the patient's disease or illness. We plan on continuing to expand what we offer through the system in order to make the stay here as stress-free as possible."

"Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh continues to be at the forefront of innovative efforts to increase patient satisfaction and improve the overall healthcare experience for children," said Gary Kolbeck, Vice President of Healthcare Business Development for LodgeNet. "We admire the hospital's forward thinking by being the first children's hospital in the U.S. to install LodgeNetRX, which will add to the high quality of care for patients that Children's is known for."

The deployment represents significant momentum for the company as it expands its footprint in the healthcare space and now in the children's hospital sector. The Children's installation also underscores LodgeNetRX's flexibility to offer niche patient entertainment services, as it provides programming tailored for children. LodgeNet's support enhances the premier reputation of Children's Hospital, which has also been named to several elite lists of pediatric health care facilities in addition to being named one of the best pediatric hospitals in the United States.

About Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC

Renowned for its outstanding clinical services, research programs and medical education, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC has helped establish the standards of excellence in pediatric care. From Ambulatory Care to Transplantation and Cardiac Care, talented and committed pediatric experts care for infants, children and adolescents who make more than 500,000 visits to Children's and its many neighborhood locations each year. Children's also has been named consistently to several elite lists of pediatric health care facilities, including ranking seventh among children's hospitals (FY 2005) in
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