The four community hospitals and one academic center that make up the UMass Memorial Health Care system will use a suite of healthcare IT products made by Siemens for the next seven years.
The more than 1,100-bed hospital system will use the company’s Soarian healthcare information systems product lines, according to a deal the two parties inked. Specific terms of the agreement were not announced.
Fitchburg’s HealthAlliance Hospital also uses the Siemens product lines.
Two of the German firm’s diagnostics divisions call Norwood and East Walpole home, employing about 600 people in the Bay State.