Dallas, TX (PRWEB) April 12, 2007
T-System, Inc., the nation's largest provider of emergency department (ED) clinical documentation solutions hosted 91 clients for their 3rd annual The T SystemEV® User Conference. Held March 19 - March 22nd at CityPlace conference center in Dallas, the event is designed as a platform for T-System to gather client feedback, promote user-to-user interaction, provide insight and education into the comprehensive ED information system, and strengthen client relationships. Importantly, the conference helps guide T-System leadership in setting product development priorities for the future.
"It was a goal to provide a variety of platforms for clients to both give and receive information. To facilitate this we offered discussions groups, education sessions, general assembly presentations, new user training and client case studies. We believed this would created a well-balanced and informative forum for all participants," according to Mike Hansen, T-System President and CEO. The client case studies provided a different perspective when five client sites presented unique topics related to their EV experience, including rapid medical evaluation, clinical data extraction, achieving higher levels of performance in patient flow, and EV version 2.6 in the ED.
Among some of the presentation topics were the company and product updates as well as highlights regarding future trends and regulatory issues. As anticipated, the conference largely focused on the upcoming release of T SystemEV version 2.6, where it was announced the solution will be available in Q2 of 2007. This version will include many desired features, such as computerized physician order entry (CPOE), vital sign trending and drug-drug/drug-allergy conflict checking.
As usual, T-System wanted the experience to be both enjoyable and productive. "We have clients that travel from all over the country to learn more about T SystemEV, so we try to ensure that their time in Dallas is well spent. While they learn a great deal of in-depth information in the sessions, we also try to give them plenty of time to interact. Everyone comes to this conference with a great desire to learn from one another and optimize their emergency department's use of the software," says Joe Lastinger, VP Product Management and Marketing.
Audio and WebEx™ versions of the discussion groups and video of the general sessions will be available to all T SystemEV User Conference attendees and clients who were unable to participate. You may also check the T-System website for upcoming information regarding the 2008 T SystemEV User Conference.
Founded over a decade ago, T-System, Inc. and T-System Technologies, Ltd. (The T System), combine an uncommon collaboration of clinicians, technologists and service professionals dedicated to serving the current and future clinical documentation needs of emergency medicine. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas, T-System is the leading provider of clinical documentation solutions for emergency medicine. T-System's family of leading clinical solutions is designed to improve patient safety, clinical efficiency, clinician satisfaction, risk management, workflow and CMS compliance for emergency departments and urgent care centers. Today, more than 1,700 civilian and military emergency departments in the United States, Puerto Rico, Australia and around the world partner with T-System for their clinical documentation needs. For more information, please visit http://www.tsystem.com, or contact Joe Lastinger at (800) 667-2482.