Contracts: Eclipsys, Intelerad, Meditech
Eclipsys Corporation announced that SUNY Downstate Medical Center's University Hospital of Brooklyn (UHB) will implement Sunrise Clinical Manager and its fully-integrated modules, including Sunrise Acute Care, Sunrise Ambulatory Care, Sunrise Pharmacy, and Knowledge-Based Medication Administration(TM) as part of an organizational initiative to improve care delivery through a clinical information system.

Huntington Hospital of Pasadena, Calif. has completed the installation of a state-of-the-art self-hosted disaster recovery solution to protect its Meditech healthcare information system in the event of a disaster. The solution further facilitates upgrades and system maintenance without system interruptions. JJWild served as the primary systems integrator, leading the efforts of its technology partners, BridgeHead, EMC, and HP, as well as Huntington Hospital’s internal IT staff.

Monteal-based Intelerad Medical Systems Inc. said that its IntelePACS has been implemented at Partners Imaging Center of Sarasota, Fla. The facility uses the system to read images from both its in-house modalities (PET, MR, and CR) and from external clinics that send images to IntelePACS over a VPN. IntelePACS also uses a VPN to send images to the radiologists’ home-based workstations, as well as SSL encryption to make images available to referring physicians over the internet.