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Products and Services

Patient ID wristbands on demand The DYMO Patient Identification Wristband Solution allows healthcare professionals to create on-demand patient wristbands and labels from the industry- exclusive dual-roll printer, the LabelWriter 450 Twin Turbo. This solution eliminates waste by printing the exact quantity and combination of wristbands and labels desired for each patient. Be- cause the DYMO LabelWriter 450 Twin Turbo acts as two printers in one, it is an ideal choice for medi- cal practices, small hospitals and

ambulatory surgery centers. DYMO www.rsleads.com/204ht-150

Improve clinical data sharing

within and between facilities Orion Health HIE, a technology backbone for enterprise and community-wide clinical data sharing used by hospitals, health systems and public HIEs across the U.S., has new enhancements and options. In the Provider Portal, a new Timeline View allows a clinician to review a patient’s clinical history over time, improving the ability to see a holistic medi- cal history. Orion Health Clinical Portal 7.0 is a certifi ed 2011 Complete EHR. New options include Business Intelligence & Analytics that provide pre-built clinical quality dashboards for meaningful-use reporting and an Integration Toolkit for federated data exchange. Orion Health www.rsleads.com/204ht-153

Voice-driven clinical documentation Dragon Medical 360 | M.D. Assist (developed in co- operation with 3M Health Information Systems to monitor physician documentation) and Dragon Medical 360 | QualityAnalytics, which identifi es key clinical and quality indicators from large volumes of narrative clinical data, empower healthcare

organizations to capture a complete and accurate patient story by using advanced voice technologies. These solutions aim to transform and leverage what has been captured with clinical language understanding (CLU) in ways that have never been possible. Nuance Healthcare www.rsleads.com/204ht-151

Break down ERP and EHR silos Powered by the Lawson Cloverleaf Integration Engine,

the Lawson Clinical Bridge adapters for ERP link clinical, fi nancial and operational systems. Sharing information across the enterprise improves decision making, reduces costs and increases the quality of care by allowing healthcare providers to spend less time on administrative functions and more time focused on patient care. Customers using Lawson’s S3 ap- plications can implement Lawson Clinical Bridge to exchange data with various clinical systems to easily and securely share data such as patient information, inventory items and patient scheduling and billing. Lawson Software www.rsleads.com/204ht-152

Soarian goes ambulatory

In an effort to better address the needs of health enter- prise customers with a patient-centered care delivery model, Siemens has broadened the capabilities of Soarian Clinicals to include the ambulatory practice/physician offi ce space. This development effort will be a multi-year, multi-release project, with the expected general availability of the fi rst re- lease in 2013, as part of Soarian Clinicals 3.4. This approach will leverage and enhance Soarian’s existing capabilities, such as embedded workfl ow capabilities, and include new functionality and content to optimize clinician workfl ow in the ambulatory environment. Siemens Healthcare www.rsleads.com/204ht-154

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