Virtua, a comprehensive health care system headquartered in Marlton, NJ, has gone live with the first phase of its enterprise-wide device connectivity infrastructure starting with connectivity to the Picis Peri-Operative System utilizing Nuvon Inc’s standards-based, open architecture VEGA System. Virtua includes four hospitals, an ambulatory care center in Camden, NJ, and a wide range of other services, including health and wellness centers, rehabilitation and long-term care centers, home care, physical therapy and mobile intensive care units.

Nuvon’s VEGA System is uniquely designed to provide device connectivity and integration across the health care ecosystem—from the hospital’s intensive care unit to the patient’s home—powered by an integrated, scalable, secure, and cost-effective Web-based platform. As a result, current and complete medical data are available at all times so that doctors can make the best clinical decisions for the patient. Nuvon supports current and long-term Meaningful Use criteria and, based upon VEGA’s open architecture development environment, enables rapid delivery of solutions to meet the evolving needs of the marketplace.