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Clinical Computer Systems, Inc. knows that staying on the forefront of technology and innovation is imperative to creating a superior computer system for electronic fetal monitoring and patient data charting. The OBIX Perinatal Data System is developed using the latest technology, providing high levels of reliability, scalability, flexibility, and performance.

This is truly practice-changing technology.

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“This is truly practice-changing technology. With OBIX, we can track practice outcomes and revise the model for the care process as warranted. The system helps us follow AWHONN standards for care and charting as well as other regulatory standards. We have solid clinical documentation of the care process in a reliable, paperless record which will meet legal and regulatory requirements.”

- Anne Hast, RN, MSN

 

The OBIX system incorporates rich interface and integration capabilities; the system’s HL7 interface works with virtually all health care information.  It has tight integration (called OBIX system SSOPC) with leading health care information system (HIS) vendors, whereby users experience seamless interactions between the OBIX system and the HIS. The OBIX system has a Web service interface to enable synergistic product offerings with our partners.  The OBIX system can be deployed in many environments; the system’s client is Citrix-compatible, which allows for easy mass deployment and support.  The OBIX system can use customers’ enterprise networks and certain components can run in a virtual environment. Data is archived on SAN or NAS devices allowing hospitals to be responsible for data management and disaster recovery.

Historical Innovations:
  • First company to introduce EFM decision support tools.
  • First use of a perinatal data system on enterprise networks.
  • First use of enterprise SAN storage for EFM archiving.
  • First use of barcode devices for bedside documentation.
  • Introduction of PC-based OB surveillance and archiving.
  • First use of mirror-image, dual-optical disk archiving.
  • Introduction of full-function remote physician access.
  • First use of Microsoft® Windows®-based client/server system, native TCP/IP networking, and integrated SQL database for point-of-care obstetrical charting.