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Shared Health(R) Announces New Data Exchange Platform
Date:6/10/2008

tice population analytics and clinical registries.

"Clinical Xchange incorporates tools that are a direct feedback from two years of operational health information exchange experience," explained Bruce Taffel, M.D., chief medical officer. "Clinical Xchange dramatically improves the types of actionable clinical information available."

A web-based system, Clinical Xchange incorporates a new, improved Clinical Health Record(R) (CHR). The CHR is an electronic health record that aggregates and presents encounter data, medications, lab results, immunizations, allergies and vital signs to clinicians and other caregivers at the point of care. Because it is largely pre-populated, the CHR is one of the easiest ways to obtain a patient's clinical status.

Shared Health's system is currently used throughout Tennessee. Nearly two million Tennesseans are enrolled with Shared Health, including state Medicaid enrollees, BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee commercial groups and large self-insured employers, and others. By year's end, Clinical Xchange will reach an additional 500,000 Tennesseans.

About Shared Health

Shared Health is transforming health care by offering innovative health information technology solutions that improve quality and lower costs. Shared Health's web-based applications securely share and connect medical information across a patient's network of clinicians. We continually strive to be the clinician's trusted partner for sharing relevant patient information at the point of care, enabling both health care professionals and consumers to improve outcomes. For more information on Shared Health, visit the company's web site at http://www.sharedhealth.com .


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