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Tri-State Hospital to Gain Greater Efficiency and Responsiveness in Delivering Patient Care with Siemens Open Communications Solutions
Date:1/15/2008

Integrated Solutions Help Dearborn County Hospital Better Serve Tri-State

Area with Heightened Productivity and Collaboration

BOCA RATON, Fla., Jan. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- For Dearborn County Hospital in southeast Indiana, efficient yet responsive medical care depends on effective communication among doctors, staff, patients and patient families. To boost care levels even more, the facility recently chose to deploy an advanced IP- based HiPath(R) unified communications platform from Siemens Communications, Inc., which was orchestrated and installed by Black Box Network Services (Nasdaq: BBOX), a leading U.S. communications integrator and authorized Siemens HiPath reseller.

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Located in Lawrenceburg, Ind., Dearborn County Hospital has a workforce of approximately 800 employees, and more than 115 physicians are on staff. As part of a major capital expansion that would add a new patient tower to the facility, Dearborn County Hospital decided to explore an upgrade to its wireline, TDM-based PBX communications system. "We recognized that many communications advances had occurred over the past few years, and we wanted to see how they might help us advance the quality and efficiency of our patient care," said Albert Mathews, Assistant Director of Information Systems and Project Manager, Dearborn County Hospital.

After talking with a number of vendors, the hospital issued a request for proposal (RFP) to expand its traditional communications environment with a hybrid TDM/IP PBX solution, enabling the use of IP telephony while preserving the existing wiring infrastruc
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