T-System’s DigitalShare Named One of the “Coolest Products of 2010” by Health Management Technology

Efficiency of paper and the data of electronic documentation make DigitalShare one of the year’s “most talked about solutions”

DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Health Management Technology magazine named T-System’s DigitalShareTM one of 2010’s “Coolest Products” of the year. Launched earlier this year by T-System, Inc., the industry leader in clinical, business and IT solutions for emergency medicine, DigitalShare, powered by Shareable Ink, allows emergency medicine clinicians to document patient encounters on the familiar paper T-Sheets® while capturing the information electronically with digital technology.

“T-System has the most robust clinical content and workflow expertise in the industry, providing gold standard solutions to more than 1,700 emergency departments,” said Sunny Sanyal, CEO of T-System. “Emergency medicine is our sole focus so we understand what emergency medicine clinicians need to provide the best care in the most efficient way possible.”

DigitalShare leverages T-System’s content and expertise and combines it with sophisticated digital technology, making it easier for clinicians to electronically capture patient information. With DigitalShare, hospitals can benefit from technology without disrupting workflow or efficiency.

As clinicians document with DigitalShare, they see ink on paper, but the information simultaneously is transformed and made available to instantly share, view or edit electronically. Real-time alerts, dashboards and reporting tools within DigitalShare help clinicians and administrators make decisions to improve efficiency, quality and the bottom line. In addition, because the solution is web-based and doesn’t require software to be installed onsite, the solution can be live in a matter of weeks, not months. Once implemented, DigitalShare supports the broader community of care by making patient information electronically available to caregivers within and outside of the emergency department.

To learn more about DigitalShare, please visit http://www.tsystem.com/Products/DigitalShare.

About T-System

T-System, Inc. sets the industry standard for clinical, business and IT solutions for emergency medicine, with approximately 40% of the nation’s emergency departments using T-System’s solutions. To meet the individual needs of hospitals, T-System offers both paper and electronic solutions for emergency medicine. These tools help clinicians provide better patient care, while improving efficiency and the bottom line. Today, more than 1,700 emergency departments rely on T-System’s gold standard content and workflow solutions. For more information, visit www.tsystem.com.



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Corinne Tso, Director of Marketing, 469-791-5540
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