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Successful EHR Programs turn to Orion Health to Solve the Challenge of Interoperability
Date:3/2/2009

"linkClick( this.href );" target="_blank" title="IDC">IDC company, says, "Certainly the cost of EMRs and EHRs has long been a significant barrier to widespread provider adoption, but other barriers, such as the initial disruption to clinical workflow, will continue to persist. Throwing technology at a problem for technology's sake rarely solves anything. The same is true for deploying EMRs and EHRs."

Dunbrack and Program Director Marc Holland are co-authors of an upcoming report "The Economic Stimulus Bill: A 'HITECH HIT' " which is available from Health Industry Insights at http://www.healthindustry-insights.com.

Orion Health is participating in several wide-scale EHR programs, including province-wide programs in Canada, Maine's Health Infonet covering 44 hospitals, and UCLA Medical Center.

Orion Health also is part of the technology powering Shared Health®, one of the largest public/private medical data-sharing initiatives of its kind in the U.S., which has already shown success in implementing and supporting a statewide health information exchange in the state of Tennessee.

The company's technology has been adopted as Canada Health Infoway's blueprint for pan-Canadian health data interoperability and had been certified as interoperable with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's systems for the rapid detection and response to illness.

Another solid example of Orion Health's expertise in the field is the implementation of an EHR across the state of New South Wales in Australia where the company provided software to create a solution for integrated data. The solution linked together disparate "islands" of information to improve the state's delivery of healthcare to its population of 6.5 million people.

On the other side of the world, an EHR project for Ib-Salut
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