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Siemens Soarian Health Information Management is Widely Adopted by Leading Healthcare Institutions in 2007
Date:10/8/2007

ency rate by 84 percent, unbilled accounts receivables by 50 percent and photocopying costs by $100,000 annually.

PinnacleHealth System, located in Harrisburg, Pa., is a leading healthcare system serving several counties in Central Pennsylvania. The system is comprised of more than 60 facilities, including four hospitals, two outpatient surgery centers, nine outpatient physical therapy sites and more than a dozen family medicine centers. PinnacleHealth set a goal for its enterprise to become completely paperless a few years ago and began working through a phased in implementation of EDM and Soarian HIM across its departments and enterprise. The phased implementation proved successful as HIM leaders were able to refine their implementation and training strategy as they continued on with their roll-outs. Today, PinnacleHealth has all of its inpatient, short procedure surgery and emergency department records online and has seen a significant reduction in the number of pulls, as well as other benefits.

"We have been able to reduce our release of information cost by 30 percent," said Kim Murawski, director of health information, PinnacleHealth. "Additionally, we've been able to give our physicians access from their homes and offices to the online medical record. This has proven to be a great convenience for our physicians and has helped the workflow within our department to move more efficiently."

Leaders from each of these organizations will be offering up tips and best practices for successful implementations in the Siemens booth (#825) during the featured customer presentation sessions on Monday, October 8, at 2:00 p.m. and Tuesday, October 9, at 2:00 p.m.

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