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MEDHOST is the provider of the leading Emergency Department Information System (EDIS) that is revolutionizing emergency medicine and improving the lives of more than 5 million individuals each year. MEDHOST’s easy-to-use EDIS makes the hospital a more efficient environment by reducing medical errors, increasing patient throughput, producing higher patient satisfaction scores and maximizing revenue. This powerful EDIS was designed by clinicians, not software developers, so it eliminates everything that hinders care in the emergency department (ED), such as drop down menus, too many screens, confusing dialogue boxes, multiple key strokes and other obstacles that impede patient care. In addition, MEDHOST’s team of industry professionals and ED clinicians provide Customers with extensive consulting, support and training services to complement this innovative technology solution. MEDHOST is by far the most interfaced EDIS in the Meditech space. With Interfaces to OE, EMR, BAR, NUR and many more; the MEDHOST EDIS seamlessly integrates with Meditech thus giving providers the power to choose an EDIS best suited for patient care.
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