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USC Hospitals Extend Relationship With Quantros to Manage Compliance and Risk
Date:7/14/2009

Quantros Software Support Hospitals' Commitment to Saving Lives by Ensuring Quality Care

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 14, 2009 -- Quantros, a leading provider of safety and quality software and professional services solutions for the healthcare industry, will continue its partnership with USC University Hospital and USC Kenneth Norris, Jr. Cancer Hospital at the University of Southern California. Following USC's recent purchase of the hospitals from Tenet Healthcare, USC University Hospital and USC Kenneth Norris, Jr. Cancer Hospital will continue to use the Quantros Safety and Risk Management solution (SRM), a comprehensive electronic self-reporting, event tracking, monitoring and workflow management tool; and Regulatory Reporting Management (RRM), a single, integrated, web-based data and workflow management tool that supports and complies with national and state quality initiatives.

Quantros SRM™ is a web-based, real-time performance solution built to gathers data so you can identify safety issues and track intervention in real-time, across the healthcare organization. Fully automated, SRM offers a wealth of reporting and analysis functions designed to reduce risk and improve safety, while enhancing workflow and decreasing administrative burden.

Quantros RRM® is a single, integrated, web-based data and workflow management tool that supports and complies with national and state quality initiatives. RRM provides real-time data, reporting and submissions for the Joint Commission, CMS, STS Cardiovascular Registry, ACC-NCDR CathPCI Registry and the AHA's Get with the Guidelines as well as other state mandated reporting bodies. It delivers a
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