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Siemens to Install Common EHR System for 14 Virginia Facilities

Siemens to Install Common EHR System for 14 Virginia Facilities - top government contractors - best government contracting event
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SIEMENS logo_ExecutiveBizThe Virginia Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Services has selected Siemens Healthcare to develop an enterprise-wide electronic health record system for the state, the Fort Mill Times reports.

Siemens will deploy the Soarian EHR across 14 facilities to replace a disparate array of healthcare IT solutions and semi-manual paper-centric processes for orders, the paper reported.

The Virginia DBHDS will work to use the EHR the ability to help providers access secure mental health records in different settings and to collect both clinical and financial data, among other uses.

The company’s suite includes:

  • Soarian Clinicals
  • Soarian Financials
  • Healthcare Intelligence
  • Siemens Pharmacy and Med Administration Check
  • Siemens MobileMD HIE.

These capabilities can enable providers to “not only view and document patient care but to manage a longitudinal interdisciplinary treatment plan across departments and settings,” said Jack Barber, the state’s chief medical doctor.

Siemens plans to make its pilot implementations in mid 2013 at Western State Hospital and Commonwealth Center for Children & Adolescents in Staunton, and Eastern State Hospital in Williamsburg, Va.

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