"For a delivery system to be organized and highly functional, interoperable health information technology is a critical infrastructure need," stated Tom Bush, MD, Division Chief of Rheumatology and EMR Project Medical Director at Santa Clara Valley Health and Hospital System. Santa Clara is an acute care facility located in Santa Clara, CA that signed on for NextGen Healthcare to streamline their clinical data flow for faster, more accurate data extraction and interpretation, resulting in more time for their patients. "Our Siemens and NextGen interoperable solutions enable us to easily assemble the knowledge to make more intelligent clinical decisions and, ultimately, improve the delivery of healthcare services."
According to Siemens Healthcare Health Services CEO, Janet Dillione, establishing information access across the care continuum can have a profound impact on not only customers' quality of care, but also their bottom line.
"As a leader in providing innovative IT solutions to healthcare providers, Siemens continues to support the national campaign for a connected, interoperable system that expedites the exchange of electronic health records, and the renewal of our agreement with NextGen Healthcare emphasizes our commitment to that goal," said Dillione.
"Ensuring that providers in both the ambulatory and inpatient settings have access to the same patient information is a critical strategy in addressing the challenges facing healthcare today," says Scott Decker, president of NextGen Healthcare. "This l
|SOURCE Siemens Medical Solutions USA, Inc.|
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