Five more paper free Emergency Departments

Take a look at a summary of implementation operations in those hospitals

02 November 2006
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Coimbra Hospital Complex (190 ER visits per day): 

Training for 918 users was initiated December 12, 2005, and finished March 14, 2006. 

ALERT® went live June 29, 2006. This was a brand new facility and the E.D. was paper free from day 1 

There are interfaces with an ADT (proprietary), Imaging (Philips) and Laboratory (MaxData) Systems in this hospital. 

 

St Joao Hospital, Porto (630 ER visits per day): 

Training for 1,443 users was initiated January 23, 2006, and finished June 9, 2006.  

ALERT® went live August 1, 2006, and the E.D. became paper free October 11, 2006. 

There are interfaces with ADT (proprietary), Imaging (First Solution) and Laboratory (CPC) Systems in this hospital. 

 

Hospital Sousa Martins (150 ER visits per day): 

Training for 440 users was initiated January 2, 2006 and finished May 19, 2006. 

ALERT® went live June 22, 2006, and the E.D. became paper free October 17, 2006. 

There are interfaces with ADT (proprietary), Imaging (Siemens) and Laboratory (Izasa) Systems in this hospital. 

 

Povoa de Varzim Hospital Complex (203 ER visits per day): 

Training for 350 users was initiated May 2, 2006, and finished July 4, 2006. 

ALERT® went live July 27, 2006 and the E.D. became paper free September 21, 2006. 

There are interfaces with ADT (proprietary) and Laboratory (CPC) Systems in this hospital. 

 

Santa Maria Hospital, Lisbon (700-800 ER visits per day): 

Training for 1,893 users was initiated November 28, 2005, and finished April 11, 2006. 

ALERT® went live June 22, 2006, and the E.D. became paper free October 24, 2006. 

There are interfaces with ADT (CPC), Imaging (Siemens), Laboratory (MaxData) Systems, and an independent interface platform in this hospital (OpenLink, Siemens).

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