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Surgical Information Systems Recognizes Clients for Financial, Clinical, and Operational Improvements
Date:5/14/2012

ATLANTA, May 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Surgical Information Systems ("SIS"), a leader in perioperative information systems, recently honored clients demonstrating outstanding leadership in achieving clinical, financial, and operational goals using perioperative software solutions.  Announced at SIS Congress, the company's annual client conference, the 2012 SIS Perioperative Leadership Awards were presented to five hospital systems exemplifying the innovative use of information technology to improve their perioperative and anesthesia operations.

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"SIS clients continue to impress us year after year with the results achieved through the use of the SIS Solution to support their goals of providing better patient care, improving financial return, and streamlining operational processes," said SIS CEO Ed Daihl. "We have truly outstanding clients and we are honored to recognize them for their innovation and leadership."

Awards were given to the following institutions:

St. Clair Hospital – Pittsburgh, PA
Patient Impact Award
This award recognized the perioperative staff at St. Clair for their success in improving communication across their team. St. Clair developed questionnaires, workflow wizards, custom forms and reports to document specific data elements for use in quality reporting. By implementing these practices, St. Clair was able to reduce surgical site infections and met Joint Commission requirements to provide patients with up-to-date medication lists.

O'Connor Hospital – San Jose, CA
Financial Achievement Award
O'Connor Hospital used SIS Analytics and Rules Based Charging to improve their financial performance, generating top-line growth in orthopedic service, improving charge process, increased gross
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