June 27, 2001
Dagran Signs Contract to Provide Integration Services at Trinitas Hospital
Tucson, Arizona (June 27, 2001) - Dagran, a leading information technology consulting firm focused exclusively on the healthcare industry, today announced that it has signed a contract to provide integration consulting services for Trinitas Hospital, Elizabeth, New Jersey, the premier healthcare organization in central New Jersey.
Dagran will provide services to create and implement ADT and order interfaces between the Hospital Information System and a medication and supply management system.
"We're delighted to be selected by Trinitas Hospital as its integration partner in this important implementation," said Sherri L. Yandell, President and Chief Executive Officer of Dagran. "We look forward to leveraging both our expertise and best practices in healthcare integration to enable Trinitas to implement its strategic objectives."
About Dagran
Dagran is a leading provider of information technology consulting services and solutions. Specializing in healthcare, Dagran develops innovative software that integrates and enhances healthcare systems, saving time and money while improving efficiency and outcomes. Dagran's easy-to-use tools and applications facilitate the secure access to and exchange of information between hospitals, doctors and clinicians, improving the communications and connectivity of the entire health sector. Dagran's solutions are reliable, quick, cost effective and facilitate the seamless flow of information, helping customers improve productivity, efficiency, and return on investment. Established in 1998, Dagran has over 50 clients nationally in healthcare.
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  Tucson, AZ 95730-3139  
About Trinitas Hospital
Established in January 2000 following the consolidation of St. Elizabeth Hospital and Elizabeth General Medical Center, Trinitas Hospital is a full service medical center serving the 300,000 residents of Elizabeth and Eastern and Central Union County, NJ. With 275 acute-care beds, 120 long-term care beds and 80 psychiatric beds, Trinitas treats more than 17,700 inpatients, 70,000 emergency patients, and approximately 415,000 outpatients annually. As a result of the merger, Trinitas has new and expanded facilities for Maternity, Pediatrics, Renal, Diagnostics, Intensive Care and Surgery. Trinitas Hospital is a Catholic teaching hospital sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth, a leader in providing quality healthcare. For more information about Trinitas Hospital, visit its Web site at