April 11, 2007
Albert Einstein Healthcare Network Implements ED Information System From Patient Care Technology Systems
Patient Care Technology Systems (PCTS) today announced that Albert Einstein Healthcare Network (AEHN) has successfully implemented the Amelior ED™ documentation system at their Germantown Community Health Services and Einstein at Elkins Park emergency departments located in the greater Philadelphia market. The computer-based system provides integrated patient tracking, nurse and physician charting, computerized provider order entry, clinical decision support and patient disposition management.
The Amelior ED system was installed at both facilities earlier in 2007 as part of a network-wide commitment by AEHN to an emergency department electronic medical record. The Amelior ED system was interfaced with Einstein's ADT, laboratory, radiology, EKG, and clinical data repository. Albert Einstein Medical Center, a level 1 trauma center that treats over 70,000 patient visits annually, will be integrating the software with its existing automatic patient and asset tracking software from PCTS later this year.
The Amelior ED system is part of the Amelior suite of intelligent workflow automation solutions from PCTS which include department-specific and enterprise-wide automatic patient and asset tracking systems.
About Albert Einstein Healthcare Network
Albert Einstein Healthcare Network is a 1,200 bed integrated delivery network serving the communities of North Philadelphia and Montgomery County, PA. A founding member of the Jefferson Health System, Einstein combines the best of academic medicine and community service, employing nearly 7,000 people, and offering training programs for physician residents and fellows, nurses and other health professionals. The Network provides healthcare services through the Albert Einstein Medical Center and Einstein at Elkins Park hospitals, its MossRehab and Belmont Behavioral Health divisions, Germantown Community Health Services, Willow Terrace, Willowcrest, outpatient facilities such as Center One and Einstein Neighborhood Healthcare, network of primary care and specialist practices throughout the community. For more information, visit www.einstein.edu or call 1-800-EINSTEIN.
About Patient Care Technology Systems
Patient Care Technology Systems, a subsidiary of Consulier Engineering, Inc. (NASDAQ:CSLR) provides hospitals with intelligent workflow solutions to improve patient flow and to reduce the risk of medical errors. The company's Amelior™ software suite includes Amelior ED™, a comprehensive emergency department information system, and automatic patient and asset tracking software for the emergency department, perioperative suite, and enterprise-wide needs. Amelior automatic tracking software is compatible with all leading locating hardware including infrared, RFID, ultra-wideband and Wi-Fi. PCTS customers have been recognized nationally for improvements in efficiency and clinical excellence. PCTS was recognized with the prestigious Blue Diamond Award for Best IT Innovation in 2007. For more information, visit www.pcts.com.
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