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Optimum iMed

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Keane Optimum is an intuitive application that helps care givers gain this holistic view of patient information. It features iMed, a Web-enabled suite of clinical applications that work together to bring complete patient information directly to the point of service, improving clinical decision making, enhancing collaborative care, and reducing medical errors. Keane iMed helps clinicians improve the delivery of care. This clinician-friendly system provides a single, consolidated view of the complete patient record, anytime, anywhere — whether at the hospital, a patient’s bedside, the physician’s office, or a clinic.

Keane Optimum is a one-source solution for healthcare organizations in search of a superior information system. With secure access from multiple locations, patient information and financials are communicated immediately throughout the healthcare system. Keane Optimum increases collaboration among disciplines, thereby improving clinical decision-making, enhancing patient care and satisfaction, and advancing financial performance.

Product Optimum iMed
Company Keane Inc
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Keane Inc
100 City Square Boston, MA 02129 USA

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