I-T switch at OMC

April 23, 2013
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Everyone at Oconee Medical Center is now operating from the same page—or from the same computer screen. At last night’s meeting of the board of directors, Chief Operating Officer Hunter Kome announced that the hospital’s switch to Paragon, a new system of information technology took place the first week of the month. “That turned out to be a much greater than we had foreseen…,” he said. But Kome added everyone concerned seems to be adjusting and OMC looks forward to the advantages the switch promises. Over the next five years, Kome said, OMC projects a savings of $6.3 million by switching to a single-patient-record “no matter where you are in the hospital.”

 

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