RES-Q® Healthcare Systems to Demo RES-Q® Perioperative Resource Management at the “Managing Today’s OR Suite” Conference

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Hospital Executives, Operating Room Managers and Nurses Will Have the Opportunity to See RES-Q® Perioperative Resource Management, a Comprehensive Software Soltuion for Managing OR Scheduling and Surgical Case Documentation

RES-Q® Healthcare Systems announces that it will present and demonstrate its RES-Q® Perioperative Resource Management software at the “Managing Today’s OR Suite” Conference.

WHO: RES-Q® Healthcare Systems, Inc. Since 1979, RES-Q has pursued one mission: advancing resource management and scheduling software for hospitals. Hospitals can count on RES-Q’s applications to deliver measurable results. And the company’s senior management team, with an average of 15 years at RES-Q and decades of front-line experience in hospital administration, helps hospitals set their schedules for today and set course for success tomorrow.

WHAT: RES-Q® Perioperative Resource Management. The system provides the tools to create surgery schedules that prevent staffing and equipment conflicts. It reviews and verifies surgeon needs and preferences, personnel and equipment requirements, supply lists and inventory, and operating room availability and then establishes surgery schedules that maximize productivity and profitability. Plus, with electronic signatures, field-level audit trails and interfaces to electronic patient records, RES-Q Perioperative Resource Management supports paperless case documentation for hospital surgical departments.

WHEN: November 8-10, 2006.

WHERE: The 19th annual “Managing Today’s OR Suite” Conference, the premier conference for operating room managers, at The Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin, Orlando, Fla., booth number 105.

WHY: RES-Q Perioperative Resource Management is the proven software solution that delivers essential benefits: 1) faster and more efficient scheduling than manual methods; 2) the elimination of staff and equipment scheduling conflicts before the actual procedure to save time and reduce surgeon and staff frustration; 3) block scheduling to reserve blocks of time for specific surgeons and/or services on designated days and thereby reduce scheduling conflicts and enable surgeons, staff and vendors to more efficiently plan for upcoming procedures; 4) improved patient satisfaction because of the elimination of delays and excessive waiting time; and 5) end-to-end documentation that is essential for measurement of performance against JCAHO standards.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: News on RES-Q Perioperative Resource Management, http://www.prweb.com/releases/2006/08/prweb420329.htm. The RES-Q Healthcare Systems online press kit, http://www.res-q.com/index_news.htm.

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