Industry round-up: Eclipsys, IDC, Intelerad, Medstrat
New York University Medical Center has successfully activated Eclipsys Corporation’s Eclipsys Sunrise Clinical Manager and its integrated modules, Sunrise Pharmacy and Sunrise Emergency Care, at all three of its hospitals, including more than 5,000 users and with approximately 95,000 transactions processed daily.

Imaging Dynamics Company (IDC) said that an Xplorer 1600 digital radiography has been installed at Kansas City Bone & Joint as part of a comprehensive orthopedic digital imaging solution provided by Medstrat, one of IDC’s PACS partners.

Intelerad Medical Systems IntelePACS has been installed at BETA Diagnostic Imaging of Brandon, Fla. Mohammed Qazi, MD, radiologist and owner of BDI, uses IntelePACS to read images from his own clinic (with CT, CR, mobile MR, and Ultrasound modalities) while also providing coverage for three external clinics. IntelePACS modules InteleViewer Enterprise, Order Entry Tool, and Reporting Worklist enable BETA’s mixed clinic and teleradiology workflow.

Network developer Wayport is expanding its corporate presence in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The expanded corporate office will drive Wayport’s vertical market business, focused on specific areas where Wayport sees an opportunity for growth in industries including hospitality, healthcare, retail, managed services and others. Wayport’s CEO, president, CFO, general counsel, SVP of corporate development, VP of marketing and business development and VP/GMs for each vertical market and their respective teams will be based in this office. In addition, Wayport will construct a “Demonstration Center” in the new office to showcase applications and software the company supports on its network of nearly 14,000 locations in 32 countries. In all, approximately 45 employees will be based in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.