Bridge Bedside Scanning System, patient safety--focus of HIMSS book award, educational session, etc.

January 24, 2003

'Real-world' benefits and limitations of BPOC

Hummel on MedPoint

About HIMSS
Based in Chicago, the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society provides more than 12,000 individual, and 100 corporate members, leadership in healthcare for the management of technology, information and change through services, education and networking opportunities, and publications.

On the Net: HIMSS Conference site: http://conference.himss.org/ASP/education.asp.

About Bridge
Founded in 1996, Bridge Medical, Inc.--an AmerisourceBergen (NYSE:ABC) company--is headquartered in Solana Beach, Calif. Bridge has pioneered the use of barcoding at the bedside to promote patient safety.

Learn more about Bridge and MedPoint at a HIMSS Media Briefing, Feb. 10 at 11:30 am, Room 14B (Exhibit Hall, Mezzanine Level) or at HIMSS Booth 3349.

On the Net: Bridge Medical site: http://www.bridgemedical.com
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CONTACT:
Bridge Medical, Carol Somer, 858-314-5538, 888-578-0100, 703-593-5786 (cell) or csomer@bridgemedical.com. HIMSS, Joyce Lofstrom, 312-915-9237 or jLofstrom@himss.org; Fred Bazzoli, 312-915-9253 or fbazzoli@himss.org

KEYWORD: CALIFORNIA, ILLINOIS
INDUSTRY KEYWORD: COMPUTERS/ELECTRONICS, MEDICAL, MEDICAL DEVICES, PHARMACEUTICAL, SOFTWARE
MedPoint is a trademark of Bridge Medical Inc. The names of other companies and products mentioned herein may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

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