Healthcare Innovation December 5, 2023
David Raths

When operating room clinicians scan medication barcodes, GuidedOR provides patient-specific information and alerts for allergies or other critical problems

A real-time medication safety software platform for the operating room was awarded first place at the AMIA/HL7 FHIR App Competition at the 2023 AMIA Annual Symposium.

The competition, sponsored in part by Leap of Faith Technologies, showcases the best and most innovative software applications in real-world practice that use the HL7 Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources.

Karen C. Nanji, M.D., M.P.H., co-founder of Guided Clinical Solutions and an anesthesiologist at Massachusetts General Hospital, demonstrated GuidedOR alongside nine other finalists, and GuidedOR was selected by conference attendees as the First Place winner.

GuidedOR says it is fully integrated with clinical systems...

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