Go Live of ALERT® INPATIENT at Hospital do Câncer II - INCA in Brazil was a success
10 May 2012
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Today marked the first patient record created in ALERT® INPATIENT in the Inpatient Department of the Cancer Hospital, a healthcare unit that is part of the National Cancer Institute (INCA) in Brazil.

 

The first record was created in the presence of the Service Chief of the Connective Bone Tissue Unit, Dr. Francisco Rezende, and the Service physician Dr. Roberto Vasconcelos.

 

Hospital do Câncer II (HC II) implemented ALERT® EDIS in March in its Emergency Department.

 

HC II is part of INCA and is responsible for providing care to adults registered in the Gynecology and Clinical Oncology Services. This healthcare facility provides outpatient and inpatient care and performs surgeries. This is one of the best equipped hospitals in the Brazilian healthcare system. With seven floors and 83 beds, HC II spreads over a 6 200 sq-m area and employs 490 people.

 

In 2009, HC II was certified by the Consortium for Brazilian Accreditation - organization connected to the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations - for providing quality services to patients and escorts according to international technical, management and human services quality standards.

 

This Go Live strengthens ALERT's commitment to this project and market, and once again demonstrates ALERT's implementation capacity in international reference customers.

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