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T-System Releases The T SystemEV(R) 2.6.3, Featuring New Meds/Allergies Notification, Automated Charge Capture
Date:10/24/2008

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-- Embedded Web Browser. This new capability provides clinicians with access to critical information located in other hospital systems or external websites, quickly, efficiently and with minimal disruption to workflow. Examples of destinations might include medical libraries, public health sites, internal form and document management URLs, reporting systems, PACS repositories and various medical tools.

-- Enhanced Prescription Drug Screening. T SystemEV already screens for drug/drug and drug/allergy interactions for medications entered in the Core Clinical Data Module (CCDM), based on patients' at-home use or ordered in the ED via CPOE. To this capability, Version 2.6.3 gives the prescribing physician known interaction warnings, as determined by Medi-Span(R) drug screening software, for prescriptions written within the T SystemEV template.

"The success of T-System is rooted in our commitment to partner with our customers, listen to their daily struggles, and help them with their challenges as the demands on EDs continually increase. We respond, in turn, with practical upgrades that improve quality of care, administrative efficiency and interoperability with other systems," said Hansen. "Version 2.6.3, through its smart new features, makes T SystemEV an even more valuable clinical tool."

T SystemEV spans the entire emergency department experience from triage to discharge, giving doctors and nurses total, minute-by-minute control of a patient's status and care. Because the application is a turnkey product, hospitals do not need to "build the system" in order to make it useful; in fact, T SystemEV is both ready-to-use and customizable, with one of the shortest learning curves of any product on the market today. T SystemEV is the EDIS of choice for more than 210 hospitals nationwide.

Among the first adopters of T SystemEV 2.6.3 will be Hunt Regional Medical Center (HRMC) of Greenville, Texas, a T SystemEV
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