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Plexus Technology Group presents electronic anesthesia documentation system at 2016 International MUSE Conference

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This is a news release from Plexus Technology Group, LLC

Plexus Technology Group, LLC (Plexus TG), a market-leading provider of Anesthesia Information Management Systems (AIMS), is pleased to announce they will be attending the 2016 International MUSE Conference held in Orlando, FL from May 31 to June 3. Medical Users Software Exchange (MUSE), a non-profit organization of facilities that use the MEDITECH EHR, is the largest independent MEDITECH users group in the world. This four-day event includes educational sessions focused on important MEDITECH topics, innovative healthcare products/services and powerful networking opportunities.

Plexus TG will showcase Anesthesia Touch™, an easy to use, scalable AIMS solution for both iPad iOS and Windows touchscreen, that simplifies the data that today's providers must capture to realize improved quality and increased efficiency. Anesthesia Touch, fully-rated by KLAS, is the easiest and most robust interoperable solution among best-of-breed anesthesia systems for MEDITECH'S EMR.  Plexus TG has proven experience delivering seamless integration with existing hospital systems, such as ADT, scheduling, labs, pharmacy, billing and MEDITECH'S EHR.

"The 2016 International MUSE Conference provides a great opportunity for us to engage in interoperability discussions with MEDITECH users and explain the benefits associated with integrating their hospital system with an AIMS," said John Pearson, Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Plexus Technology Group.

To learn more about the solutions offered by Plexus Technology Group, please visit booth #1416 at the Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center.

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