Newborn was first patient registered in ALERT® INPATIENT in Tuba City, USA
06 May 2010
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ALERT® INPATIENT went live at the Gynecology and Obstetrics Department at the Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation (TCRHCC) located in Arizona, USA. This Go Live is part of the second project within Indian Health Services in the USA.
 

The first patient to be registered in ALERT® INPATIENT was a newborn baby.
 

This hospital is one of the major care facilities in the Navajo Nation area and is located in Tuba City, Arizona, USA. It is the second largest hospital within the Indian Health Services. TCRHCC integrates 55 clinical and 36 support departments and offers a vast range of diagnostic tests and treatments.
 

Facility professionals, such as physicians, midwifes, registered nurses, certified nurse assistants, nurse assistants, registrars and other technicians are being trained on how to use ALERT® in all hospital departments. The Tuba City Regional Health Care Corporation currently has 73 available beds.
 

This project aims at implementing the ALERT® PAPER FREE HOSPITAL solution for the creation of a paper-free environment in the mentioned hospital and in the entire healthcare system of Tuba City.
 

Following ALERT® INPATIENT, TCRHCC will Go Live with ALERT® OUTPATIENT, ALERT® EDIS and ALERT® ORIS.
 

 

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