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What does CHOMP stand for?

CHOMP stands for Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula (Monterey, CA)

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HIE's Patient-Centric Architecture and Governance Management Abilities Are Key Advantages in Competitive Landscape ATLANTA -- RelayHealth, a leading provider of healthcare connectivity services, today announced that Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula (CHOMP) in California has selected RelayHealth's health information exchange (HIE) connectivity solution to improve the quality of care and safety for its patients, create closer alignment with its physicians, and address the governance issues that arise in the process of connecting healthcare communities.
Newark, NJ * Regional Medical Center of Orangeburg and Calhoun Counties, Orangeburg, SC * Rockingham Memorial Hospital (RMH), Harrisonburg, VA * Trumbull Memorial Hospital, Warren, OH PerformanceEfficiency * Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center, Chicago, IL * Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula, Monterey, CA * Memorial Health System, Colorado Springs, CO * Saint Elizabeth Regional Medical Center, Lincoln, NE * Time Warner, Inc.
A licensed architect in California, Sealander was Project Manager while at Stantec Architecture for the Ryan Ranch Outpatient Campus for the Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula which received an American Institute of Architects, San Francisco (AIA-SF) Citation for Excellence in Architecture.
Sunrise Ambulatory Care[TM] to Build Upon Community Hospital's Successful Outcomes with Eclipsys Sunrise Enterprise[TM] Solutions ATLANTA -- Eclipsys Corporation([R]), (NASDAQ:ECLP), The Outcomes Company([R]), today announced that California-based Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula (Community Hospital) will expand its use of Eclipsys solutions by activating Sunrise Ambulatory Care[TM] in outpatient facilities and other settings to create a unified electronic medical record (EMR) across its enterprise.