ALERT® went live at American Hospital of Paris in France
16 November 2012
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On November 14, 2012, ALERT® EDIS v.2.6.2 went live at the American Hospital of Paris. This Go Live marks the first phase of the ALERT® EDIS implementation at this hospital, with the computerization of Admission, the Triage workflow, Nursing Documentation and Discharge.


ALERT®'s Go Live at this prestigious private healthcare facility in Paris is also the product's entrance into the French market. ALERT® is now operational in 11 countries. The American Hospital of Paris is the third facility in French speaking countries the services of which now benefit from ALERT®.


Created in 1906, the American Hospital of Paris is a private non-profit French-American institution. Its mission is to bring together the best in French and American medical practices in Paris. The facility offers 150 beds and provides high quality and personalized healthcare to members of the French, American and international communities. The hospital offers global professional and technical services in a caring manner, while respecting ethical practices as well as the cultural diversity of its patients. The American Hospital of Paris is the only civilian French hospital accredited by The Joint Commission – an independent North-American organization that certifies hospitals in the USA.  This hospital is also certified by the Haute Autorité de Santé in France. 


ALERT is fully committed to the development, distribution and implementation of ALERT® clinical software, which creates paper-free clinical environments.


ALERT® is a software suite for Hospitals, Primary Care Centers, Private Practices and for patients through MyALERT®, a Personal Health Record.


The Go Live of ALERT® EDIS at the America Hospital of Paris reinforces ALERT's commitment to this project and demonstrates, once again, the company's capacity to manage implementations at international reference customers.


The contract with this prestigious hospital foresees the implementation of ALERT® PAPER FREE HOSPITAL.


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