InfuSystem Holdings, a leading national provider of infusion pumps and related services for the healthcare industry in the United States and Canada, announced the implementation of InfuSystem EXPRESS, which includes the Company's patent-pending EMR (electronic medical record) connectivity solution, at The Ellis Fischel Cancer Center at The University of Missouri Hospital & Clinics, home to Cerner's Tiger Institute for Health Innovation.
"We are pleased to have integrated with The Ellis Fischel Cancer Center at the University of Missouri," said Eric K. Steen, chief executive officer of InfuSystem.
"Our InfuSystem EXPRESS integration with The Ellis Fischel Cancer Center’s Cerner system is another great example of our competitive advantage in the oncology infusion market. Our industry-leading technology solutions deliver timesaving efficiency and reduced paperwork to our customers, no matter which EMR vendor their facility uses. With our secure connection, The Ellis Fischel Cancer Center’s Cerner system can deliver consistently-accurate therapy data, streamlining both patient care and billing."
Mr. Steen continued, "Dating back to 1940, The Ellis Fischel Cancer Center is the first cancer center west of the Mississippi River, and is a pioneer in the comprehensive diagnosing and treatment of cancer and improving quality of life for thousands of patients each year. We believe that InfuSystem EXPRESS will help them to be even more efficient in providing the high quality of care for which they are known."
The InfuSystem EXPRESS software suite delivers a truly paperless solution for improved workflows and time savings at hospitals and oncology clinics, alike, with direct EMR integration, online ordering, and patient education resources.
In addition to facilities using Cerner and Epic, InfuSystem EXPRESS integrates with Varian, Altos and other popular EMR management systems at sites nationwide.