Falls Church, VA — Apollo, the leading provider of clinical multimedia management solutions, has announced that Sharp HealthCare of San Diego, CA, has contracted Apollo to implement Sharp’s vision for enterprise clinical multimedia and imaging informatics. After conducting extensive research to identify a solution to meet their operational needs, Sharp selected Apollo EPMM® (Enterprise Patient Multimedia Manager) as the solution with which they will achieve the institution’s clinical multimedia and imaging outreach goals.
“We are pleased to select Apollo EPMM as the enterprise-wide solution to enable Sharp clinicians to access and share clinical multimedia and images across all specialties and systems, regardless of format,” said Bill Spooner, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of Sharp HealthCare. “This is an important step toward providing a truly patient-centric view for every specialist and provider across our large healthcare enterprise.”
“We look forward to working with Sharp to meet their clinical multimedia and outreach goals,” said Mark Newburger, President & CEO of Apollo. “Effectively accessing all clinical multimedia regardless of format and without degradation within the clinical workflow is key for clinicians. We are pleased that Sharp has joined our prestigious and growing family of customers.”
About Sharp HealthCare
Sharp HealthCare is San Diego’s health care leader with hospitals in San Diego, affiliated medical groups, urgent care centers and a health plan. Sharp provides medical services in virtually all fields of medicine, including primary care, heart care, cancer, orthopedics, women’s health, rehabilitation, robotic surgery and bariatric surgery.
Apollo has been a leader in providing healthcare enterprises with quality digital imaging and multimedia solutions since 1993. Apollo EPMM is the only proven enterprise solution that enables all providers to collaborate for the benefit of the patient by providing a 360-degree view of patients’ clinical multimedia and health data. Using the provider’s own best practices more efficiently, Apollo EPMM brings the ability to collaborate with clinical multimedia across the entire provider team in a cost-effective, flexible, compliant and secure environment. The result is a more integrated clinical team and improved patient outcomes at a lower cost. While others promise easy, secure, specialty-specific access throughout the enterprise, Apollo delivers this today at marquee institutions throughout the United States and Canada. For more information visit www.apollopacs.com and follow us on Twitter.
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