Doylestown Hospital Subscribes to CapSite Database

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Doylestown Hospital Subcribes to CapSite Database

CapSite™ announced today that Doylestown Hospital, named one of the 100 Top Hospitals in the U.S. and one of the 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals in the U.S. by Thomson Reuters, has subscribed to the CapSite Database.

The CapSite Database is a unique resource providing transparency on healthcare technology purchases to help healthcare providers make more informed decisions in the planning, budgetary, and negotiating phases of technology procurement. Spanning over 160 categories across Healthcare IT (HIT), Imaging Equipment, Professional Services and Medical Devices, the CapSite Database will assist Doylestown Hospital in the capital planning and purchasing processes.

About CapSite
CapSite is a healthcare technology research and advisory firm. The CapSite Database is a trusted, easy-to-use online resource that provides unique transparency across 1,600 vendors and 160 categories. By delivering critical knowledge and evidence-based information on healthcare technology pricing, packaging and positioning CapSite brings transparency to the capital planning process. CapSite is a division of HIMSS.

When it comes to healthcare technology research, it helps to see all the details. Those details are now available with CapSite.

About Doylestown Hospital
Doylestown Hospital is a comprehensive, community-focused healthcare facility serving patients and families in the northern suburban communities of Philadelphia, including Bucks and Montgomery Counties in Pennsylvania and western Counties in New Jersey.

Founded in 1923 by the Village Improvement Association (V.I.A.), our energies are always directed toward fulfilling a key phrase in our Mission Statement: to provide a responsive, healing environment for our patients and families, and to improve the quality of life for all members of our community. A guiding force behind the founding of Doylestown Hospital, the V.I.A.--which still owns and oversees the operation of the hospital today--recognized the need for public health initiatives and community healthcare services and began with the employment of a Visiting Nurse in 1916. The V.I.A., together with local medical professionals and the Doylestown community, opened the Doylestown Emergency Hospital, an eight-bed facility, at Pine and Oakland in 1923. Doylestown Hospital is now licensed for 238 beds at the present West State Street facility. The V.I.A. is nationally recognized as the only Women's Organization to own and operate a community hospital.

Areas of clinical emphasis now include cardiology and cardiovascular surgery, maternal-child health, emergency medicine, critical care, cancer care, radiation oncology, interventional radiology, orthopedics, gastroenterology, pulmonology, urology, rehabilitation and robotic surgery.

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