This certification validates DocuSys' goal of providing the healthcare industry with the most advanced product offering available for patient safety and interoperability. Our developers take pride in their work and in furthering the DocuSys products for the industry as evidenced by this recertification.
Mobile, AL (PRWEB) July 3, 2007
DocuSys, Inc., a leading provider of Anesthesia Information Management Systems (AIMS) and Digital Drug Management Systems, has renewed its certified status in Microsoft® Corp.'s Certified Partner Program which represents DocuSys' commitment to working with and developing the latest technology for the healthcare industry.
As a Microsoft Certified Partner, Docusys has demonstrated expertise with Microsoft technologies and proven its ability to meet customer needs. The certification process required comprehensive third party testing of the company's software that included such areas as integration capabilities to Office applications, coding specifications and security. DocuSys also had to obtain references from clients using the company's software and meet competency requirements specific to its software in relation to Microsoft technology.
By being a Microsoft Certified Partner, DocuSys receives a rich set of benefits, including access, training and support, according to DocuSys Vice President of Operations Michael Burrow. "We are pleased to have met the requirements once again to achieve Certified Partner status with Microsoft," he said. "This certification validates DocuSys' goal of providing the healthcare industry with the most advanced product offering available for patient safety and interoperability. Our developers take pride in their work and in furthering the DocuSys products for the industry as evidenced by this recertification."
DocuSys is the first company to provide comprehensive digitization of anesthesia by merging two of the most critical components of patient care - drug delivery and clinical information - maximizing both the quality of care and return on investment in surgery. The system incorporates customizable decision support, professional fee capture, comorbid condition documentation and an intravenous drug monitor, DocuJect®, which uses bar-coding and digital imaging to automate documentation, tracking and billing of drugs. DocuSys' modular design permits integration with existing hospital information systems, electronic drug dispensing cabinets, infusion pumps, physiologic monitors and other systems in those settings where intravenous drug delivery is key. http://www.docusys.net.