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Elsevier Integrates its Clinical Decision Support Solutions Into PatientKeeper CPOE
Date:2/21/2012

POE product combined with Elsevier's clinical content and analytics offers a powerful combination for physicians who increasingly seek more robust clinical decision support tools to fit seamlessly into their existing workflow," said Jay Katzen, Managing Director of CDS at Elsevier. "This is another example of how Elsevier is integrating its content and other resources with industry leading vendors like PatientKeeper to make healthcare more efficient and to improve outcomes overall."

PatientKeeper CPOE and all of the PatientKeeper applications were designed to fit seamlessly into a physician's existing workflow, so it is quickly and easily adopted by physicians. Physicians are able to accomplish all of the things they normally do throughout the day - pre-rounding, ordering, documenting, signing-out, charging, etc. - using a single, fully integrated system. PatientKeeper sits on top of the existing information systems in a healthcare community to provide physicians with a comprehensive view of all the clinical data on all their patients. Currently, more than 70 hospitals and health systems across the United States and Canada have purchased PatientKeeper CPOE to streamline the ordering process for physicians and drive meaningful physician use of a critical healthcare information technology.

"We specialize in making sure that our software enables physicians to deliver better care, by providing them with technology that matches the way they practice and most importantly, software that saves them time and helps them practice more effectively," said Paul Brient, President and CEO of PatientKeeper. "Our physician users count on us to give them the fastest and easiest way to pull actionable content into their workflow through PatientKeeper CPOE. The historical approach to CPOE and Clinical Decision Support often inundates physicians with a high percentage of irrelevant or non-actionable alerts. We're delighted to collaborate with Elsevier, whose conten
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