Siemens keeps hospital IT in good health

Siemens has launched Soarian MedSuite 4.0, which it claims will enhance healthcare in the Middle East region through improved operational efficiency and clinical outcomes.

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By  Duncan MacRae Published  January 28, 2007

Siemens has launched Soarian MedSuite 4.0, which it claims will enhance healthcare in the Middle East region through improved operational efficiency and clinical outcomes. Soarian MedSuite offers healthcare organisations an integrated HIS (Hospital Information System) that helps users manage administrative, clinical and financial processes. The solution supports complex work processes involved with acute and ambulatory treatments and provides closer ties to specialised units and physicians, according to Siemens. The software also provides immediate access to patient data across the spectrum of care. “The integration of clinical, financial performance and operations information through a single unified platform makes Soarian MedSuite essential for assisting with improved patient care and overall hospital efficiency,” said Maurice Faber, director at Siemens Medical Solutions Near and Middle East. “Siemens has accumulated vast experience in deploying new healthcare technologies in more than 30 countries. Leveraging this knowledge, Soarian MedSuite offers a critical tool for healthcare organisations in the Near and Middle East and beyond,” Faber added. Soarian MedSuite’s service-oriented architecture is based on a secure, open platform, which Siemens says can be standards-based, easily integrated and leverages widely accepted technologies

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