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Trinity Health Selects Seven Elsevier Clinical Decision Support Solutions for its Multiple Facilities In Seven States
Date:11/10/2009

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"Trinity Health places a high value on evidence based care and will support this by expanding our licensing to every single facility within our organization. This is world-class content for clinical professionals in medicine, nursing and pharmacy," said J. Michael Kramer, MD, MBA, Chief Medical Information Officer (CMIO), Trinity Health. "Elsevier's suite of CDS solutions will enhance our journey toward Magnet status and create a common reference for generating evidence-based practice standards."

Elsevier CDS solutions will be installed in numerous critical access facilities, long term care and ambulatory facilities in California, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan and Ohio.

"Elsevier will provide CDS solutions that deliver timely, consistent and accurate information for enhanced diagnostic and treatment decision making," said Chris Dillon, Managing Director, Elsevier Clinical Decision Support. "When Trinity Health's diverse care providers can access the same high-level evidence-based content, they'll be better positioned to make informed decisions, coordinate care, engage patients and families and enhance quality, safety and efficiency."

"Online decision support solutions, including the Elsevier Mosby's Nursing Suite, will play a vital role in fulfilling Trinity Health's mission to improve the health of our communities and to steward the resources entrusted to us," said Gay Landstrom, MS, RN, Senior VP & Chief Nursing Officer (CNO) for Trinity Health. "The adoption and use of Elsevier's solutions will help us to create the services, processes and structures that will improve and sustain the health of the patients and families we serve."

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