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Craneware's Chargemaster Toolkit(R) Earns #1 KLAS Rank for Fourth Consecutive Year
Date:12/22/2009

ATLANTA, Dec. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Craneware, Inc. (AIM: CRW.L), the market leader in automated revenue integrity solutions that improve healthcare providers' financial performance, announced today that Chargemaster Toolkit® achieved the rank of first in the Revenue Cycle - Chargemaster Management market category in the "2009 Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Professional Services" report, published December 2009. KLAS is the leading source of healthcare information technology vendor performance metrics. KLAS rankings are based on direct, detailed feedback from healthcare providers across North America.

Ranked at the top of its category for the past four consecutive years, and used by more than 1,000 healthcare provider organizations, Chargemaster Toolkit is the leading automation solution for effective chargemaster management. It provides the tools necessary for healthcare organizations to readily maintain their chargemasters for improved operational efficiency, regulatory compliance and reimbursement.

"This KLAS ranking shows Chargemaster Toolkit is the first-choice among healthcare executives for effective chargemaster automation," said Craneware CEO Keith Neilson. "Executives are recognizing that the chargemaster is a strategic asset, critical to revenue integrity. For this reason, maintaining chargemaster accuracy is central to hospitals' business performance and a key to minimizing compliance risk, reducing revenue leakage and optimizing reimbursement."

"Earning the highest KLAS ranking demonstrates that customers recognize the results they're achieving with Chargemaster Toolkit and are pleased with Craneware's role in optimizing their financial performance," states Craneware
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