Several healthcare providers have gone live with Siemens Medical Solutions' Soarian, the company's new generation health information system.
Riverside Walter Reed Hospital, a 70-bed facility part of the Riverside Health System in Gloucester, Va., has added Soarian Clinical Team to its Soarian Clinical Access and Soarian Common Clinicals modules. The Soarian Clinical team module offers functions such as nursing assessment, patient charting, and intakes and outputs.
Lakeside Hospital of Omaha, Neb., part of the Alegent Health System, has gone live on Soarian Clinical Access, a longitudinal clinical repository that enables users across departments to view patient histories, demographics, allergies, results and images from multiple information systems, in a single object-oriented database.
In addition, Siemens said Soarian Clinical Access at Lakeside has been integrated with Soarian HIM (health information management); Sienet RIS/PACS and imaging modalities including x-ray, CT, MR, ultrasound, mammography and nuclear medicine systems; Siemens Pharmacy; and Invision Patient Management.
Saint Joseph's Medical Center of Yonkers, N.Y., has gone live on Soarian Scheduling. The module supports the Family Practice, Obstetrics, Colonoscopy, Social Work, Prenatal, and Muscular Skeletal departments, as well as the Procedure and Dietary Clinics at Saint Joseph's.