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Authentidate Teams with Nortel to Enhance Hospital Patient Discharge and Placement Processes
Date:4/6/2009

ipment and staff. The streamlined workflows improve the efficiency of clinical and administrative processes, while reducing costs and reinforcing best practices.

With an extensive national database of post-acute care facilities and home care providers, Inscrybe Healthcare facilitates the secure exchange of all types of health information necessary for the authorization of post-acute care placement, medical equipment, therapy and other services for patients.

"Hospitals, patients, physicians, nursing staff, post-acute care providers and health insurers all benefit from this next-generation integration of communications and health information exchange to provide a more efficient patient discharge solution. This is an excellent example of how our entire healthcare ecosystem can improve when technology leaders like Nortel and Authentidate collaborate to solve real-world problems," said Cecilia Panozzo, Director of Business Development at Authentidate Holding Corp.

The new solution will be demonstrated for the first time to the public in Nortel's booth #4408 at the HIMSS 2009 show April 4-8, 2009 in Chicago, Illinois.

About Authentidate Holding Corp.

Authentidate Holding Corp. is a worldwide provider of secure Health Information Exchange and workflow management services. The company's software and web-based services enable healthcare organizations and other enterprises to increase revenues, improve productivity and reduce costs by eliminating paper and manual work steps from clinical, administrative and other processes and enhancing compliance with regulatory requirements. The web-based services are delivered as Software as a Service (Saas) to customers. These solutions incorporate rules-based electronic forms, intelligent routing, transaction management, electronic signatures, identity credentialing, content authentication and automated audit trails. Both web and fax based communication
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