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Contracts and implementations

Six health centres in Quebec City select Medisolution laboratory systems

MediSolution Ltd., of Montreal, announced a new contract with six health centres in Quebec City for MediLab, a configurable healthcare information system, for the computerization of the biochemistry, hematology and microbiology modules. This contract is said to be worth $1.0 million and will be operational by the end of 2004.

MediLab is an automated laboratory information system (LIS) designed to meet the needs of small, single discipline laboratories to large, multi-disciplinary, multi-site laboratories. It allows automation of a variety of functions, from initial laboratory requests to the production and communication of final test results – all while maintaining a complete patient history, accurately tracking samples, and enabling tracking of actions taken on requests.

“MediLab boasts world-class reliability and continues to evolve to meet the highest global standards,” said Paul Hill, senior vice president of marketing and business strategy for MediSolution. “This product provides tools that empower managers to optimize their processes, helping to improve accuracy and meet objectives more efficiently.”

Founded in 1974, MediSolution is a leading healthcare information technology company, providing software and services to healthcare customers across North America. More than 500 hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare providers rely on MediSolution’s Healthcare Information Systems (HIS) and Healthcare Resource Management (HRM) solutions to maximize their operational efficiencies, lower their costs, and improve the delivery of healthcare services.

MediSolution is publicly traded (TSX: MSH), and has a staff of 330 who operate from the Company’s Montreal, Quebec headquarters and offices throughout Canada and the United States. For more information, visit www.medisolution.com

 

 

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