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Elysium

Greek myth the dwelling place of the blessed after death

Elysium

abode of the blessed after death. [Gk. Myth.: Zimmer-man, 94; Gk. Lit.: Odyssey]
See: Heaven

Elysium

(Elysian Fields) abode of the blessed in afterlife. [Gk. & Rom. Myth.: Brewer Dictionary]
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Elysium is leveraging components of the IHE IT Infrastructure set of profiles, such as Cross Enterprise Document Sharing (XDS) and Cross Community Access (XCA) to enable the transfer of the clinical data between connected communities.
David Hancock and Alan Raines founded Elysium in 2005.
Axolotl's Elysium Exchange solutions are used by hundreds of hospitals and thousands of health care professionals, powering 3 statewide HIEs and 18 regional health information organizations (RHIOs) across the nation.
We've enjoyed working with Ed in the past, and we are extremely pleased that Ed has decided to join our firm," said Elysium Digital President Christian Hicks.
The Elysium MPI and Record Locator Services (RLS) finds patient-related data across multiple sources in a federated HIE architecture.
Including the Elysium purchase, Patina has acquired or agreed to acquire approximately 250 Bcfe of proved reserves in the last 90 days at a total cost of $213 million.
the nationwide leader in health information exchange (HIE) solutions and services, today announced the immediate availability of Elysium Image Exchange, a state-of-the-art technology integrated with Axolotl's Elysium[R] Exchange suite of products.
In a bid to boost sales penetration in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, (EMEA) a world leading maker of computer memory and software products, Dataram Corporation, has inked a deal with Elysium Europe Ltd.
Max knows he must infiltrate Elysium to cure his cancer.
Max knows he must infiltrate Elysium defences to use its medical facilities to cure the cancer now ravaging his system.
Elysium is an entertaining yarn which unfolds at a brisk pace.