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Labor & Delivery 2012
Pursuing Interoperable Functionality

May 29, 2012

According to 396 providers, interoperability is a trump card when it comes to labor and delivery (L&D) systems. Healthcare providers are often willing to look beyond GE’s extensive market share and experience, Philips’ easy-to-use solution, PeriGen’s clinical decision support (CDS), CCSI’s out-of-the-box capability, and Hill-Rom’s strong implementation and support when integration is left out of the equation. Providers want products that optimize both functionality and interoperability, and the market is beginning to see that ideal become a reality.

author - Robert Ellis
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