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Surgical Information Systems Demonstrates Perioperative Interoperability at IHE North American Connectathon
Date:2/7/2013

ATLANTA, Feb. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Surgical Information Systems ("SIS"), a leader in perioperative information systems, announced today their successful completion of the 2013 Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE) Connectathon, the healthcare industry's largest interoperability testing event.

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The week-long event brings engineers and IT architects together to test interoperability, promoting the adoption of IHE standards-based interoperability in commercially available healthcare IT systems.  Over 500 software systems engineers from 101 companies and organizations spent their week testing connectivity between 160 different software systems.

"As a leader in perioperative interoperability, regularly participating in events such as the Connectathon allows SIS to help shape industry integration standards and provide our clients advanced surgery and anesthesia IT solutions that integrate with their chosen enterprise solution," said SIS CEO Ed Daihl . "We are very proud to use our integration expertise to design fully-interoperable software that helps enable the flow of information and support high-quality care delivery."

At the Connectathon, SIS successfully demonstrated interoperability for each of the IHE profiles that are critical in forming an effective information exchange between a perioperative system and other hospital systems. The company ran over forty interoperability tests against 19 vendors. SIS' completion of Connectathon testing included the following IHE actors in one or more IHE integration profiles:

  • Audit Trail and Node Authentication (ATNA)
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