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Allscripts and Sandata Partner to Enhance Quality in Home Care Agencies Nationwide
Date:10/12/2009

lectronic tools such as Santrax to streamline operations, eliminate paper and improve the quality of care they deliver and this new agreement makes that easier for our clients to accomplish."

Harold Blue, Vice Chairman of Sandata, said, "We are delighted that Allscripts, the industry leader in home care automation, has selected Santrax for its existing and future home care customers. These home care agencies will be able to enjoy the benefits of greater electronic connectivity and eliminate cumbersome, inefficient and error-prone paper driven processes. We look forward to a long and successful partnership with Allscripts."

Santrax requires no upfront investment in equipment and only minimal training, as it involves a simple telephone call from the patient's location of care.

Allscripts Homecare is the industry leading home care system designed to improve clinical quality of care, financial performance, and operational control for large, integrated home care organizations and small home care companies. Business, clinical, and scheduling functionality for multiple lines of business - home health, hospice, and private duty - are combined seamlessly in one integrated software system. The Allscripts homecare solution also can be conveniently interfaced with Allscripts Care Management, simplifying communication between the home care agency and discharge planners in hundreds of hospitals across the US. Automated electronic data transfer between the hospital and home care agency can speed service to patients, increase referrals, improve revenue flow, reduce administrative time and ensure continuity of care.

About Sandata Technologies, Inc.

Sandata Technologies provides a complete package of information technology solutions, which includes scheduling, time and attendance, billing, payroll, compliance and clinical applications, for t
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