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TeraMedica Launches Evercore – Clinical Enterprise Suite 5.0 Now on Linux
Date:2/25/2010

TeraMedica Healthcare Technology, a leading medical informatics company, has launched a new enterprise platform for its revolutionary Evercore® – Enterprise Clinical Suite software system, now available on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 systems.

Milwaukee, WI (PRWEB) February 25, 2010 -- TeraMedica Healthcare Technology, a leading medical informatics company, has launched a new enterprise platform for its revolutionary Evercore® – Enterprise Clinical Suite software system, now available on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 systems.

This next generation platform enhances Evercore®, the company’s flagship software product that can manage up to 85 percent of a healthcare provider’s clinical data, regardless of the size of the facility.

“This leading-edge software gives healthcare providers and their IT departments unprecedented levels of operational flexibility, incorporating world class performance flexibility, security and stability,” said Jim Prekop, president and chief executive officer of TeraMedica. “This deployment also delivers unbeatable value to the marketplace.”

Evercore® is used by leading providers across the U.S., including Mayo Clinic, MD Anderson Cancer Center of the University of Texas, and University of California Davis. The Evercore® software platform allows healthcare organizations to consolidate complex clinical information into Electronic Health Records (EHRs), increasing efficiency and allowing healthcare personnel access to decades of information in one click, which is an invaluable feature in case of a medical emergency. TeraMedica was awarded a patent for Evercore® last September, and continues to provide efficient solutions and improvements to clinical data management in healthcare organizations across the country.

About TeraMedica
Based in Milwaukee, Wis., TeraMedica was formed in 2001 to develop a clinical image archive for Mayo Clinic, one of the largest practices in the country, and it has grown into the global leader in management, integration, and distribution of clinical images in the healthcare industry. Its flagship product, Evercore® ¬– Clinical Enterprise Suite, is used by healthcare providers across the U.S., including Mayo Clinic, MD Anderson Cancer Center of the University of Texas, and University of California Davis. TeraMedica has developed cost-effective Electronic Medical Record, digital medical images and informatics solutions that enable hospitals of any size to consolidate and manage up to 85 percent of their clinical data, increasing the facility’s efficiency and quality of patient care. For more information, visit http://www.teramedica.com.

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