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Latest Content Release for The T SystemEV EDIS Supports Clinicians in Providing Quality Care for H1N1 Patients
Date:10/8/2009

tegrating H1N1 content guidelines from the CDC into its T-Sheets(®) paper templates product, providing free up-to-date templates to all healthcare providers even as the guidelines have changed daily. This integration into the T SystemEV EDIS will allow facilities that rely on electronic medical records systems to more effectively incorporate the H1N1 information into their streamlined patient record-keeping, computerized physician order entry (CPOE), prescription ordering and lab interface systems to further improve efficiency and quality of care.

"When H1N1 first hit, T-System responded by promptly providing tools and updated paper templates that our physicians began using right away," said Randy Pilgrim, MD, FACEP, President and Chief Medical Officer for The Schumacher Group, a leading emergency management firm. "Also, as H1N1 and seasonal flu cases escalate, the integration of the most current H1N1 information and guidelines into T SystemEV EDIS truly supports our physicians in delivering the highest quality patient care."

"The Schumacher Group has been working with T-System for over ten years now," added Dr. Pilgrim. "These timely updates demonstrate why they're such an important partner of ours as they continue to generate important solutions to our daily challenges for the practice of emergency medicine."

As expected, the numbers of H1N1 cases have been rising in recent weeks, with mounting cases of season flu expected in the coming months. According to Dr. Ward, it is important for facilities to be prepared for the influx of cases of both H1N1 and seasonal flu.

"Although the severity of H1N1 is not what we initially expected, H1N1 has been spreading rapidly and with sometimes unexpected severity," said Dr. Ward. "As we await general availability of the H1N1 vaccine, medical facilities can expect to see increasing numbers of cases. With our new content updates, we're helping clinicians to better manage
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