TeleResults & Partners Thrive at Third Annual User Conference at UCSF Medical Center

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TeleResults, a leading provider of cutting-edge electronic medical records (EMR) solutions for transplant centers, announced the very successful conclusion of the third annual TeleResults User Conference, hosted at the University of California San Francisco on October 25 and 26. The event was attended by many of the leading physicians, transplant coordinators and IT experts from the nation's top transplant centers. The TeleResults system manages nearly 20,000 wait listed patients and almost 62,000 transplanted patients.

"The clinical experience in this room is unbelievable, all using the same program, tweaking and honing it and making it even better." Amy Peele , Director of Transplant, UCSF, San Francisco, CA

TeleResults, a leading provider of cutting-edge electronic medical records (EMR) solutions for transplant centers, announced the very successful conclusion of the third annual TeleResults User Conference 2010, hosted at the University of California San Francisco on October 25 and 26. The event was attended by many of the leading physicians, transplant coordinators and IT experts from the nation's top transplant centers. The TeleResults system manages nearly 20,000 wait listed patients and almost 62,000 transplanted patients.

Dr. John Roberts, Chief of Transplantation at UCSF, opened the session outlining how their clinic is using the system. He also outlined the new features that UCSF and TeleResults are collaborating on, with the goal of having paperless patient records.

TeleResults is a team-lead company whose goal for the conference was to bring its users together to review and receive feedback on new developments, and to engage in a useful exchange of ideas among the many transplant centers in attendance. During the two-day conference, TeleResults introduced several new features and enhancements, ranging from Clinical Summary Information (CSI) and Reports (CSR) dashboards, Meeting Management tools, improved Tasking capabilities, a Patient Portal, built-in validation for the manual entry of results and an in depth review of the UNOS/Unet interfaces. Almost all new developments reviewed were partner driven and improved based on direct user feedback. In this current environment, with intense focus on regulatory oversight, TeleResults, further enhanced by its new innovations, continues to be the perfect tool to facilitate compliance with UNOS and CMS.

“The CSI & CSR are going to be well received. The new developments that TeleResults is adding are phenomenal. They are listening to their users.” Brian Moran, Clinical Manager, INOVA Fairfax Hospital, Fairfax, VA

TeleResults’ partner relationships are unique in the industry. Recognizing the importance of its partners' expertise, TeleResults utilizes feedback during the conference, and throughout the year, to improve development before releasing new features. Customers take ownership in this process and receive an end-product that exceeds their ever-demanding needs.

“You have a lot of the major transplant centers meeting in one room to discuss one of the most important tools today, electronic medical records (EMR). The clinical experience in this room is unbelievable, all using the same program, tweaking and honing it and making it even better. We were defining and redefining the tool directly with the vendor, TeleResults.” Amy Peele , Director of Transplant, UCSF, San Francisco, CA

TeleResults’ efforts to stay on the cutting edge of transplant data management and patient care in the constantly changing domain of organ transplantation was evident to all attendees.

“This is an excellent medical records program, an example of how medical records should be implemented. TeleResults’ in depth analysis of provider and patient needs are making providers’ jobs easier and patients safer.” Dr. Peter Madras, Lahey Clinical Hospital, Burlington, MA

“The conference was very informative. TeleResults is different than any other vendor. They listen and make good on requests, versus bigger vendors.” Ramon Konewko, IT Manager for Transplant, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD.

The annual TeleResults User Conference has quickly become an important forum for the exchange of ideas and best practices with regards to patient data management and clinic operations.

“Learning from other clinics’ experiences and how they use TeleResults has been beneficial, especially for newer users. We were learning how to better use the program in our daily operations and how to move forward.” Susan Zylicz, Transplant Administrator, Methodist Hospital System, Houston, TX

About TeleResults

TeleResults is a leading provider of innovative, automation solutions for transplant and other medical facilities. Founded in 1995 and headquartered in San Francisco, CA, TeleResults combines today’s most powerful electronic medical records (EMR) capabilities with a strong commitment to customer service. TeleResults empowers medical centers to increase staff efficiency, minimize overhead costs, and optimize the delivery of patient care. TeleResults is recognized as a transplant database leader. Several of the most prestigious transplant centers rely on TeleResults for the daily management of their patients and meeting compliance requirements by UNOS and CMS. TeleResults has an unparalleled commitment to customer satisfaction and a loyal, growing customer base of satisfied clients across the United States – from small single-organ programs to large multi-organ, multi-facility teaching institutions. To learn more about TeleResults, please visit http://www.teleresults.com.

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