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New InfoLogix M24 Mobile Clinical Assistant Will Enable Hospitals to Access Electronic Medical Records (EMR) Directly at the Point of Care
Date:8/3/2009

microphone array. These innovative tools enable hospital staff to access valuable patient data quickly and easily which can help reduce the number of errors and allow clinicians to spend more quality time with patients.

"Given that one of the nation's top priorities is reducing healthcare costs by eliminating inefficiencies, we believe new technology is a key ingredient necessary to achieve this important goal," noted David Gulian, President and CEO of InfoLogix. "The InfoLogix M24 mobile clinical assistant is a critical piece of the puzzle for hospitals that are looking to provide higher quality patient care while at the same time reducing the cost of care. It's an affordable solution that allows medical professionals to have comprehensive patient information at their fingertips, delivered through a lightweight, portable and ergonomically-designed device."

"In partnership with clinicians worldwide, the Mobile Clinical Assistant platform is revolutionizing the way that hospitals are delivering care to their patients, by enabling more informed and immediate decisions at the point of care, helping to reduce medication administration errors, and easing workloads," said Louis Burns, vice president and general manager of Intel's Digital Health Group. "By serving over 1,500 hospitals across North America with mobility solutions, InfoLogix has a unique understanding of how mobility challenges affect healthcare organizations, and we're pleased that InfoLogix chose to base the new InfoLogix M24 on the MCA reference design."

About InfoLogix, Inc.

InfoLogix is a leading provider of enterprise mobility solutions for the healthcare and commercial industries. InfoLogix uses the industry's most advanced technologies to increase the efficiency, accuracy, and transparency of complex business and clinical processes. With 19
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