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Phoenix Children's Hospital Significantly Reduces Costs with Orion Health™ Technology
Date:9/21/2009

t across the hospital's systems and interfaces over the next year.

The decision to review its integration engine came as Phoenix Children's Hospital realized that its current integration engine did not provide the flexibility or reliability to meet the goals of a comprehensive integrated clinical record.

Mike Biegen, Clinical Systems Analyst at Phoenix Children's Hospital, said the selection process consisted of a request for proposal from three vendors. During the demonstration phase of the RFP, each vendor was given scenarios and sample transactions then asked to build a solution in the engine. None of the vendors knew the details of the scenarios in advance.

"Of the three vendors, Orion Health was the only one who could complete all of the scenarios during the meeting," said Mr. Biegen. The selection group also noted Rhapsody's impressive feature set and effortless ability to develop, test and migrate interfaces into production, which factored into the final decision.

Orion Health President of North America and EMEA, Paul Viskovich, says that hospitals are caught between pressures to meet a growing need for interoperable data and to reduce operating budgets.

"Reduced costs from licensing are easily identified and can help IT departments to reroute those funds to new projects. Less easily quantified are the efficiency improvements and the reduction in resources needed to manage interoperability. All of these reasons add up and create quite an impact on a facility's ability to extend their existing systems."

Orion Health solutions use standards-based technology to integrate data within a facility and external partners without incurring costly rip and replace approaches. Currently the company helps facilities and healthcare communities that connect 35 million patients with tens of thousands of active users.

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