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Orion Health and Cisco Announce New Medical Data Exchange Solution to Integrate, Share and Report Public Health Data
Date:8/31/2009

athy English, director of Cisco Global Healthcare Solutions, notes the Rhapsody solution meets the demands for providers to both transmit reports as well as receive public health notifications in a simple and cost-effective manner. The Rhapsody® AXP utilizes global industry software and hardware open standards to ensure its integration into health information systems, remarked English

Paul Viskovich, Orion Health President of North America and EMEA, anticipates that smaller sites and remote clinics may find this version of Rhapsody particularly useful.

"Rhapsody AXP helps health facilities of any size to contribute to the national preparedness effort by streamlining and automating the process for data exchange using PHIN standards to report to the CDC," continued Mr. Viskovich.

Rhapsody AXP is designed to be deployed with minimal IT resources within a hospital's or clinic's existing reporting system. Cisco Integrated Services Routers with Cisco Application Extension Platform provide a robust and highly secure platform for transmitting and receiving healthcare data.

Rhapsody AXP formats the data and routes it within the hospital or clinic, and between organizations and across regions. This includes the Centers for Disease Control for data sharing and analysis, as well as the detection of patterns of common disease symptoms.

Rhapsody AXP uses standards-based technology to integrate data within a facility and between external partners taking advantage of existing IT investments and systems. Currently the company helps facilities and healthcare communities that connect 35 million patients with tens of thousands of active users.

To learn more about or purchase the Rhapsody AXP solution, contact:
United States: +1 800 905 9151
Canada: +1 877 763 4666
United Kingdom: +44 0870 432 9580
Australia: +61 2 9965 3756
New Zealand: +64 9 638 0600

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