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Clinical and administrative modules to improve patient care and hospital management

Santiago, Chile – November 17, 2009 – InterSystems Corporation today announced that the new Santiago Military Hospital in Chile has started to deploy a Hospital Information System (HIS) based on the InterSystems TrakCare, connected healthcare information system. This will enable electronic clinical files for soldiers to be made available whenever they seek attention at any of the health centers across the country that comprise the Army Health Command (Cosale) Network.

Once a patient receives attention at any of these centers, a unique electronic clinical file will be generated. The information this contains will then be made available for retrieval at the Santiago Military Hospital as well as all other Army primary care centers.

By opting to implement an integrated health network, the Chilean army will be able to standardize and share medical information among health professionals, as well as managing preventive medicine and health-planning programs, leading to improved quality of care.

Among the information recorded within the electronic clinical file will be: the family history, the results of examinations, procedures and episodes of care, and administered medicines. The possibility also exists to optimize processes, such as the distribution and usage of medicines, security, and the reduction of duplicate exams.

“The selection of InterSystems as the supplier of the Hospital Information System was the result of a comprehensive evaluation program that started with the participation of 25 companies,” explained General (ret) Aldo Cardinalli, Manager of the HIS Cosale Project. “Only five vendors participated in the bidding, and only two of them qualified technically for the  final analysis.  Once reviewed, it was determined that TrakCare met all the established requirements and InterSystems was awarded the project”.

The TrakCare-based Hospital Information System at the Santiago Military Hospital comprises two modules, which are completely unified and share information. The first, the Clinical Information System (CIS), groups together all the health information that supports the management of the electronic clinical file, the outpatient and inpatient episodes, as well as operating theatre and bed management. The second module supports the administration, accounting and financial management of the hospital (ERP). To deliver this, InterSystems created a strategic alliance with the Global Service Company that will provide its IconSystems software as part of the project.

To support the project implementation at the national level, InterSystems will work with STG, Chile.

“For InterSystems it is a great honor to have our software selected to be at the heart of one of the most modern hospitals in Chile.  Winning this contract is recognition of our ability to offer innovative technology that makes a real difference to the quality of care delivered to patients”, stated Luis Volkweis, Country Manager, InterSystems Chile.

About InterSystems

InterSystems Corporation is the worldwide leader in software for connected healthcare. With headquarters in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and offices in 22 countries, InterSystems provides innovative products that enable fast development, deployment, and integration of enterprise-class applications.

InterSystems TrakCare is a connected healthcare information system that is Web-based and rapidly delivers the benefits of an Electronic Patient Record. InterSystems HealthShare is a platform that enables the fastest creation of an Electronic Health Record for regional or national health information exchange. InterSystems Ensemble® is a rapid integration and development platform that enriches applications with new functionality, and makes them connectable. InterSystems CACHÉ® is a high performance object database that makes applications faster and more scalable. InterSystems DeepSee is software that makes it possible to embed real-time business intelligence in transactional applications, enabling better operational decisions. For more information, visit

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