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LPiT Solutions, Developer of Tissue TrackCore, to Exhibit at 2009 AORN Congress Once Again

LPiT Solutions, developer of Tissue TrackCore, software for tissue tracking compliance, announced today that they will once again be exibiting at the 2009 AORN Congress. Be sure to visit them at booths 1200 and 1522 [shared with Musculoskeletal Transplant Foundation (MTF)] in the exhibit hall. The Congress allows the perioperative profession to revitalize their passion for nursing and expand their skills. Outstanding education and events help them make valuable connections with their colleagues and industry partners. One of the educational opportunities, will be the chance to earn 2 hours of CE credit at the MTF booth by completing the Allograft Standards and Compliance: "Getting on Track" study guide. The guide explains the current FDA, AATB, Joint Commission, AORN and AABB standards as they relate to tissue management and provides a tracking solution that can be tailored to your individual facility. Also included are case studies from Cleveland Clinic Foundation, Rush University Medical Center and St. Francis Medical Center describing how each facility "got on track" and implemented a tissue tracking system that saves time and ensures compliance within their organization.The AORN Congress is attended by more than 6,800 perioperative professionals. This year the Congress is being held in Chicago, Illinois from March 14th to 19th, 2009. Visit the AORN Congress website at

LPiT Solutions is a group of healthcare and technology professionals, that developed software that provides hospitals and surgical facilities a cost-effective way to easily track tissue in compliance with FDA and Joint Commission (JCAHO) standards. Tissue TrackCore offers the healthcare industry a market leading software package that allows facilities to meet and exceed the The Joint Commission's (JCAHO) standards. The application allows for verification of package integrity, temperature range, and expiration date for every point of contact with each tissue. Reporting, source facilities, follow-ups, storage location temperature processing, and many other features are built into this integrated software application.

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