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Wolters Kluwer Health, a leading global provider of information for healthcare professionals and students, announced that Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah has selected its ProVation MultiCaregiver as the organization’s electronic health record and patient charting solution.
ProVation MultiCaregiver software replaces paper charting for perioperative documentation, creating an electronic patient record throughout the procedural continuum of care. Interfacing with vitals monitors, scheduling and patient demographic systems, MultiCaregiver allows nurses, anesthesiologists and other caregivers to quickly and accurately document care. It decreases time and cost for documentation, reporting and management, thereby allowing for greater workflow efficiency, documentation compliance and increased revenue.
Located in Salt Lake City, Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) is part of the University of Utah Health Sciences and cares for more than 30 percent of Utah’s cancer patients. It is the only National Cancer Institute-designated center in the five-state Intermountain West and is a member of the National Comprehensive Cancer Network. HCI manages the Utah Population Database, the world’s largest genetic database with more than 16 million records, and its researchers have identified a number of cancer-causing genes, including those responsible for melanoma, colon and breast cancer and paraganglioma.
“Huntsman Cancer Institute is focused on understanding cancer from its very beginnings and translating that knowledge into safer and more effective treatments,” said Mike Haldane, vice president and general manager, Clinical Documentation, Wolters Kluwer Health Clinical Solutions. “We are pleased that HCI has selected ProVation MultiCaregiver to help achieve its mission of ensuring that each patient benefits from the most current understanding of science and bedside care.”