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Indianapolis EMS Recognized for Innovative Use of IT

Indianapolis EMS Recognized for Innovative Use of IT

20:36 20 March in Siren ePCR Suite

Medusa would like to congratulate Indianapolis EMS upon their selection as an International Data Group (IDG) 2012 Computerworld Honors Laureate. This award is presented to organizations applying visionary information technology methods to promote positive social, economic, and educational change.

“In this digital age, it is important that we try to make as many connections in healthcare information as we can to make sure that we can provide patients with the best possible care,” said Tom Arkins, Chief of IT and Informatics at IEMS. “Our ultimate goal as healthcare providers should be to always do what is right for our patients, and, in our digital world, that starts with sharing information.”

At Medusa, we are proud that Siren ePCR Suite has made it possible for Indianapolis EMS to do just that. Siren ePCR Suite facilitates the sharing of data and knowledge along every step in the patient care pathway. We are committed to providing EMS agencies the technology they need to meet the ever evolving needs of the EMS industry and remain on the cutting edge of healthcare information technology.

Indianapolis EMS was formed in 2010 as a partnership between the City of Indianapolis and Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County (HHC). Indianapolis implements Medusa’s multi-agency ePCR solution to provide outstanding patient care and improve operational performance.

Founded by IDG in 1988, The Computerworld Honors Program is governed by the not-for-profit Computerworld Information Technology Awards Foundation.”There’s no question technology plays a vital role in driving business forward. It ensures an organization’s ability to compete, innovate, communicate and to thrive. What the Computerworld Honors Laureates so clearly demonstrate is technology’s role in moving society forward,” said John Amato, vice president and publisher of Computerworld.

Congratulations Indianapolis EMS from the Medusa team!

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