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Medical software may be a retention tool

Hartford, Wis. - Hartford-based api Software, Inc. has entered into agreements to provide its labor resource management software to four hospitals and health systems, for whom it may become a key retention tool.

Founded 1982, api designed the bundled system so that parts of the bundle play a role in staff recruitment and retention, a key o......

Full article >>> ealth (Denver, Colo.), 4,300 employees; Genesis HealthCare System of Zanesville, Ohio, 1,400 employees; and Scottsdale Healthcare Hospitals in Scottsdale, Ariz., a 5,700-employee, two-hospital system.




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Source:wistechnology.com By Joe Vanden Plas 05/17/06


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