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OTTR Chronic Care Solutions Successfully Supports First Customer in Submission and Retrieval of Transplant Data Using the AGNIS Application in a Production Environment

OTTR Chronic Care Solutions Inc. ™ has successfully supported its first customer, Barnes-Jewish Hospital of Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri, in the submission, and retrieval, of transplant data using the AGNIS application and framework in a production environment.

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Omaha, NE (PRWEB) June 04, 2014

OTTR Chronic Care Solutions Inc. ™ has successfully supported its first customer, Barnes-Jewish Hospital of Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri, in the submission, and retrieval, of transplant data using the AGNIS application and framework in a production environment. OTTR™ marks this milestone as a significant achievement, and is grateful for the strong collaboration between the CIBMTR, the NMDP, and their existing customer base, which allowed them to reach this goal. As registry agent technology moves into day to day clinical practice over the next year, OTTR™ will remain positioned as a leader to continually evolve and enhance its software to meet the needs of the blood and marrow transplant community.

This milestone demonstrates OTTR’s commitment to the development of Registry Agent software tools that promote electronic data transmission. The potential for comprehensive data capture within a single data source is something that any blood and marrow program can now work to achieve. OTTR’s workflow based capture throughout the transplant continuum, its AGNIS registry agent technology, and its data visualization tools work together, as a suite of features, to optimize patient safety, clinical and research outcomes, operational efficiencies, and the financial performance of blood and marrow transplant programs.