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CliniComp Announces Contract Wins With Daughters of Charity Health System
Date:2/27/2013

SAN DIEGO, Feb. 27, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- CliniComp, Intl., a leading healthcare technology provider for high acuity environments, announced that it has signed a contract to provide its mobile Electronic Medical Record (EMR) solution, Essentris® Fetal  to the Daughters of Charity Health System (DCHS).  DCHS plans to adopt and implement the inpatient mobile EMR platform for all of the hospital perinatal systems under its umbrella.

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"Taking the next step to mobility creates a great environment to augment our core strategies," said David Siva , Director of Medical I.S. and Technology for DCHS.  "The results with CliniComp to date have been outstanding, enhancing overall satisfaction for physicians."

DCHS designated O'Connor Hospital, a 358-bed community hospital in San Jose, Calif., to conduct a clinical evaluation of the Essentris Fetal mobile application.  Led by primary investigator Mario Cordero , MD, the evaluation resulted in the physicians strongly agreeing that the Essentris Fetal application has value for use while monitoring a patient during labor remotely.  The physicians recommended DCHS proceed with a systemwide implementation.

Under the mobility contract, CliniComp will support new mobile capabilities for the Essentris EMR system that will allow physicians and clinicians to read and make annotations directly on a fetal strip using mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones.  Essentris Fetal enables obstetricians and other labor & delivery clinicians to have reliable, secure and quick access to the current and length-of-stay fetal strip and other important patient data from the Essentris EMR system at their hospital.  From anywhere, the healthcare professional can view the crucial data on their mobile device and effectively engage in and guide appropriate onsite interventions. This solution is distinctive from other offerings to date in that the fetal tracings displayed include important annotation notes and it permits the remote user to write new annotations to the patient record using the mobile device.

"We have a long working partnership with CliniComp in delivering quality medical technology solutions for our physicians and clinicians," added Siva. "We look forward to CliniComp's support as we complete our systemwide implementation of this key medical technology."

CliniComp also noted that DCHS contracted and completed inclusion of Essentris at its fourth and final perinatal site, St. Francis Medical Center, resulting in a systemwide adoption of Essentris technology. 

About CliniComp, Intl.

San Diego based, CliniComp, Intl. is a global provider of hospital-wide clinical documentation systems that improve the efficiency and safety of health care providers' highest-acuity workflows with virtually no downtime for any site worldwide, including maintenance, upgrades and natural disasters, holding a unique and unparalleled record of system uptime since founded in 1983. The CliniComp Essentris® complete inpatient EMR is comprised of electronic charting and surveillance solutions hospital-wide, offering industry leading reliability for acute, critical, emergency and perinatal care.  These benefits extend to an entire healthcare system with CliniComp Essentris MSI  (Multi Site Integration), allowing multiple sites to become a single complete EMR.  As part of the eco-system, Essentris Fetal mobile application enables clinicians access to medical record data on mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones. Certified for Meaningful Use, CliniComp supports customers 24/7, in 7 countries, across 3 continents and is capable of being configured in any language.  CliniComp is the provider of inpatient documentation solutions to federal health care facilities worldwide, including both DoD and VA hospitals.  For more information call 800-350-8202 or visit www.clinicomp.com, follow us on Twitter at www.twitter.com/clinicompintl.

About Daughters of Charity Health System

Daughters of Charity Health System (DCHS) is a regional health system spanning the California coast from the San Francisco Bay Area to Los Angeles. Our hospitals include: Seton Medical Center, Daly City; Seton Coastside, Moss Beach; O'Connor Hospital, San Jose; Saint Louise Regional Hospital, Gilroy; St. Vincent Medical Center, Los Angeles; and St. Francis Medical Center, Lynwood. DCHS was formed in response to the health care needs of the people of California. Every day, more than 8,000 associates and physicians serve patients and their loved ones, providing quality, compassionate care – body, mind and spirit.


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