Soarian for the Community
Welcome to Soarian for the Community!
This is the gateway to knowledge regarding how Soarian can help the rural and community care provider meet the challenge of delivering healthcare in today’s complex and changing landscape. With great challenges comes great opportunity. Learn how Soarian can help your organization optimize care delivery and organizational effectiveness.
Connect care providers and the community you serve with Soarian.
Soarian Clinicals earned Category Leader recognition for Acute Care EMR (Community). Soarian continues to maintain a strong momentum in community hospitals.
HealthAlliance Hospital Earns Numerous Awards in 2012
HealthAlliance Hospital was named by Consumer Reports as the safest hospital in Massachusetts. It also received an A in The Leapfrog Group's Hospital Safety rating, and was named by the American Hospital Association as one of 'Most Wired' hospitals in the U.S. Access to the hospital's press release is available here.
Achieving Meaningful Use: A How-To Guide For Community Hospitals
Southern New Hampshire Medical Center implemented an electronic health record (EHR) solution to improve the quality of patient care and ended up achieving the first stage of Meaningful Use (access requires a free registration to Healthcare Technology Online).
"Rural and small community providers have the same challenge as urban and academic medical centers – do more with a shrinking pool of resources. Decreasing technology costs, increasing availability of high-performance networks and the opportunity to remotely manage many aspects of health IT are converging to put Siemens in a unique position to deliver enterprise-level healthcare IT to these providers. We can therefore help those hospitals overcome traditional boundaries to health IT deployment, such as limited access to capital and to personnel, and help them maintain a position of local leadership in their communities."
John Glaser, PhD
CEO, Health Services, Siemens Healthcare
Free Chapter Available - IT for the Rural Healthcare Market
Enter “Siemens” for the access code
For a limited time only, Siemens is please to offer our customers and
prospects a free downloadable chapter from McGraw Hills’ recently published
book Essentials of Nursing Informatics, 5th edition. The chapter, IT for
the Rural Healthcare Market, which is part of the section on Continuum of
Care Information Technology Systems, discusses the following:
- The key challenges facing the rural healthcare market
- How these key challenges relate to IT
- The impact of industry initiatives for rural healthcare market
- IT and implementation options for rural hospitals.
Health and Hospital Networks Daily: Information Technology for Community Hospitals by John Glaser
To weather the shifts in health care funding, smaller providers can take advantage of health care information technology, which is more accessible than ever.
Siemens Continues to Gain Momentum in Community Hospitals
Soarian is connecting people throughout the country and helping hospitals find greater health IT value with rapid implementation timelines.
Siemens Delivers Enterprise-level Health IT to Small Community Hospitals!
Many small community and rural hospitals are turning to Soarian® to reduce process variation and improve outcomes, while positioning themselves to achieve meaningful use.
Being small does not stand in the way of doing things big.367kB
A 78-bed community hospital chooses Soarian in its vision of providing clinicians with the tools needed to apply the principles of evidence-based medicine.
A Little Faith Goes a Long Way4.88MB
A small community hospital pushes the limit on an EHR implementation and manages to get the job done.
Achieving Financial Goals74.5kB
Read how Soarian has allowed HealthAlliance to make a 'quantum leap forward' in areas including charge capture, financial reporting, patient throughput, third-party contracting and forecasting.
See how community healthcare providers successfully use Soarian to achieve their objectives.
Platte Valley Medical Center makes every decision with its patients in mind. This is also why the new Siemens Soarian Clinicals information technology became its IT of choice.
Susquehanna Health, a 228 licensed acute bed regional health system, had a previous IT solution that was designed in the 1980s, for the needs of the 1980s. But with Soarian, they're stepping into the future. Read how they cut their accounts receivable days from 47.8 days to 36.6.
Take advantage of the excellent education opportunities found in our complimentary webcast section.
Free On-Demand Webcasts now available:
August 11-14, 2013, San Diego, CA
San Diego Marriott Marquis & Marina
Call for speakers open until January 31, 2013