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SIS Offers Increased Financial and Operational Efficiencies with Pyxis Supply Technologies
Date:3/13/2009

ATLANTA, March 13 /PRNewswire/ -- In a continued effort to provide perioperative solutions that create increased efficiencies that result in optimized revenue and safer care, Surgical Information Systems (SIS) now offers hospitals the capability of integrating their SIS Solution to Pyxis Supply Technologies; a division of Cardinal Health.

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In a time of economic uncertainty, it is now more important than ever for hospital organizations to focus on the financial engine of their business - the operating room. SIS Solutions are designed specifically for the perioperative environment and focus on increasing patient safety, optimizing revenue and improving operational efficiencies.

Surgery management increasingly relies on automated supply distribution technologies to effectively leverage opportunities to optimize supply and charge capture. Lost charges, inaccurate recording of supply usage and duplicate processes for staff can result in decreased revenues. To ensure maximum utilization of those valuable resources, SIS and Cardinal Health have partnered to provide a solution that streamlines surgical case management, pick list management, item usage, inventory and billing for perioperative departments. Additionally, redundant data entry by care providers is eliminated, helping to enhance patient safety and improve efficiency in the surgical area. The most effective management of the supply chain can be best seen when these two systems work together.

With its proven track record, SIS' integration with Pyxis Supply Technologies proves SIS' commitment to interoperability with other hospital software solutions. A complete demonstration of the system may be viewed in SIS booth # 2617 at HIMSS 2009.

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