ATLANTA, Nov. 28 Eclipsys Corporation(R),(Nasdaq: ECLP), The Outcomes Company(R), today announced that The BrooklynHospital Center, Brooklyn, NY will implement Eclipsys' Sunrise ClinicalManager(TM) including the modules Sunrise Acute Care(TM), Sunrise AmbulatoryCare(TM), Sunrise Critical Care(TM), Sunrise Emergency Care(TM), SunrisePharmacy(TM) and Sunrise Knowledge-Based Medication Administration(TM) to helpimprove and better coordinate care delivery for more than 500,000 annualpatient visits.
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Sunrise Clinical Manager, along with Sunrise Pharmacy and SunriseKnowledge-Based Medication Administration, will help The Brooklyn HospitalCenter's clinicians deliver medications more safely to patients. EclipsysMedication Management tightly integrates the workflows of physicians,pharmacists and nurses with an end-to-end solution that helps reducemiscommunications, delays and avoidable medication errors. The BrooklynHospital Center's clinicians will also have access to previous medicationorders, the opportunity to review them alongside new orders and plans forcare, and a chance to reconcile any differences in a proactive manner.
"As our organization continues its turn around, we felt it was critical toimplement a clinical information system to show our community that we areutilizing technology to help improve how we deliver care," said Sam Lehrfeld,chief executive officer, The Brooklyn Hospital Center. "We selected Eclipsysbecause of the company's proven ability to deliver a successfulimplementation, including high rates of physician adoption and outcomeimprovements shortly following activation."
With Eclipsys integrated clinical solutions, The Brooklyn HospitalCenter's caregivers will have access to a patient's up-to-date health recordacross departments and facilities. By implementing Eclipsys solutions in boththe inpatient and outpatient environments, The Brooklyn Hospital Center'sphysicians will only have to learn one user interface, a vital component tohelp ensure physician adoption of the system and efficiency.
"Sunrise Clinical Manager and the Eclipsys XA architecture gives us themodern integrated platform we need to better coordinate care delivery acrossour expanding enterprise, while also enabling us to participate in regionalhealth information organization (RHIO) initiatives," said Irene Farrelly,chief information officer, The Brooklyn Hospital Center. "Additionally, thesolution's advanced rules engine enables us to manage the complex caredelivery workflows in our high-acuity care environments."
The Brooklyn Hospital Center will leverage the evidence-based order setsin Eclipsys Knowledge-Based CPOE(TM) to help improve efficiency and driveadherence to established practices. Eclipsys Knowledge-Based CPOE, adopted bymore physicians than any other in the industry, will help speed time to valuefor The Brooklyn Hospital Center because the user-friendly interface allowsphysicians to build their own order sets. This engages this key constituentthroughout the activation process, helping to ensure high-rates of solutionadoption.
"The selection of Sunrise Clinical Manager by The Brooklyn Hospital Centerreflects on the continued market recognition of the quality of our modern XAarchitecture," said R. Andrew Eckert, Eclipsys president and chief executiveofficer. "Eclipsys is very excited to work with The Brooklyn Hospital Centerand implement a system that helps the organization improve patient careoutcomes as well as the patient experience."
In addition to automating its acute care environment, The BrooklynHospital Center will implement Sunrise Ambulatory Care to automate caredelivery in its outpatient clinics, enabling a single integrated patienthealth record. By having the same solution in ambulatory and inpatientsettings, The Brooklyn Hos