Solutions News

MEDITECH Partnership to Improve Perinatal Care

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MEDITECH and Clinical Computer Systems, Inc. have teamed up to offer a more integrated perinatal care experience. 


MEDITECH Launches New Sepsis EHR Toolkit

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Check out our Sepsis Management Toolkit, a new resource for 6.x, Client/Server, and MAGIC customers.


ONC Reports “Nearly Universal” EHR Adoption

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A recent survey conducted by the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) reports that almost all U.S hospitals are now using EHR technology.


Graham Health System Moving Toward One Platform with MEDITECH’s 6.1 EHR

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By signing on for MEDITECH’s 6.1 EHR, 25-year customer Graham Health System (Canton, IL) is one step closer to completing their “Drive to One Graham” strategic initiative to achieve a single EHR platform.


MEDITECH Improves Healthcare for Women in Botswana

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MEDITECH and the Ministry of Health Botswana continue to make great strides in improving patient care for the citizens of Botswana. A MEDITECH interface, recently added to laboratory devices, now enables the women of Botswana to receive the results of their Pap smears within two days, as opposed to what used to take up to nine plus months.

 


MEDITECH Shares a UK Milestone

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After 25 years, MEDITECH’s very first customer in the United Kingdom is now the latest adopter of our 6.x platform. 


Revolutionize Your Workflow with MEDITECH's 6.1 EHR

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Are you a MEDITECH customer wondering how the web-based 6.1 EHR can take your organization to the next level?


Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust Set to Go-LIVE with MEDITECH

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Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust (Wirral, UK) announced its plan to go LIVE with MEDITECH 6.0 by the end of May 2016. 


Helen Waters Chats with Digital Health About MEDITECH’s UK Presence and Web-EPR

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MEDITECH’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Helen Waters, recently spoke with Digital Health news editor Rebecca McBeth about MEDITECH’s “friendly and intuitive” Web-EPR.


ONC to Award $1.5M in Grants for Interoperability

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The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) recently announced two new awards with a total of $1.5 million in funding opportunities for projects advancing interoperability.

 


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