cegedim logiciels medicaux makes a splash at the medec



cegedim logiciels medicaux makes a splash at the medec
Paris, March 10, 2009 – Cegedim Logiciels Médicaux (CLM), software publisher and service
provider to the medical profession, will be unveiling the latest version of its physician software
solution at the MEDEC* 2009 convention at Stand G8 - Espace Informedica.
LC 2009: the response to the industry challenges facing physicians
All of the software offered in the LC 2009 range – Crossway, Doc’ware, MédiClick ! Studio,
Cardiolite, Eglantine, Mégabaze and Médigest – comes with the same high level of technological
performance and functionality: agendas and appointment scheduling; administrative management
and history of patient files; standard consultation forms; course of care management; and more.
They provide healthcare professionals with:
ƒ Ease of use
ƒ Time savings
ƒ High-performance technology
ƒ Regulatory compliance
ƒ Secure communications
As powerful as ever, the 2009 version of Logiciels Cegedim – LC 2009 – is even more userfriendly:
ƒ “one-click consultation” function,
ƒ different pre-defined user settings (beginner, intermediate and expert),
ƒ interface options: explorer, tabs, multi-windows – depending on user preferences,
ƒ a single command prints all documents created,
ƒ send emails from Word,
ƒ free-text fields combine flexibility and the advantages of coding,
ƒ personalized graphics.
A year after Cegedim’s acquisition of 01 Santé, version 8 of the Megabaze software already
incorporates the BCB drugs database, SMM® medical messaging and nearly 20 new CERFA
forms and personalized screens. It also includes optimized word processing with integrated spellcheck and simplified list management.
LC 2009: easier communication with the medical community
Structured, communicative, interoperable, and scalable, the Logiciels Cegedim 2009 (LC 2009)
range of software is designed with information sharing in mind.
These solutions enable physicians to connect to the platforms used for national and regional
coordination (regional DMP, DM Pro, pathology monitoring networks, etc.).
Furthermore, they incorporate the GIP-CPS-certified secure medical messaging component,
Secure Medical Mail® (SMM), which is interoperable with all approved messaging software for
simple and direct electronic communications among peers.
* For more information on MEDEC, the general medicine conference scheduled for 11 to 13 March at the
Paris Palais des Congrès at Porte Maillot, please visit www.lemedec.com
About Cegedim Logiciels Médicaux (CLM):
CLM is a subsidiary of France’s Cegedim Group, a leader in medical IT, and offers a broad range of software
called LC 2009 and services for healthcare professionals.
LC 2009 ensures that physicians’ IT equipment complies with the latest technical and regulatory
requirements while allowing them to choose the solution best suited to their specialties and type of practice
(private practices, clinics, healthcare centers and networks). Structured, communicative, interoperable, and
scalable, the LC 2009 line of software (Crossway, MédiClick ! Studio, Doc’ware, Cardiolite, Eglantine,
Megabaze, Medigest) is designed with information sharing and the DMP (French Personal Medical File) in
For more information: www.cegedim-logiciels.com
About Cegedim:
Founded in 1969, Cegedim is a global technology and services company specializing in the healthcare field.
Cegedim supplies services, technological tools, specialized software, data flow management services and
databases. Its offerings are targeted notably at healthcare industries, pharmaceutical companies, healthcare
professionals and insurance companies.
The world leader in pharmaceutical CRM, Cegedim is also one of the leading suppliers of strategic
healthcare industry data. Cegedim employs more than 8,400 people in 80 countries and generated revenue
of €849 million in 2008.
To learn more, please visit our website: www.cegedim.com
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