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Healthcare Continues to Use OnBase in 'Meaningful' Ways
Date:8/19/2009

CLEVELAND, Aug. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- It's the talk of the country - the healthcare field using technology in a "meaningful" way. While it's clear that the goal is to improve patient care, what isn't clear is the exact role technology will play to help achieve that goal. Proven to provide the right access to the right information, be it clinical or administrative, at the right time, content management will clearly play an important part. And one particular solution continues to be selected by hospitals, health systems, physician group practices and others in healthcare. Endorsed by the American Hospital Association (AHA), the OnBase content management suite is now relied upon by more than 800 healthcare organizations.

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"Better patient care starts with healthcare organizations' processes," said Susan deCathelineau, healthcare solutions manager for Hyland Software. "From check-in to follow-up care instructions, time spent searching for insurance forms and diagnostic information is time not spent with the patient. Seamlessly integrating with other applications like an electronic medical record (EMR), OnBase electronically manages and automates time consuming,
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