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Harden Healthcare Expands Relationship with Sandata Technologies
Date:6/23/2009

Girling Health Care to utilize Santrax Time and Attendance solution for field employees in Texas

PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y. and AUSTIN, Texas, June 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Sandata Technologies, Inc., a leading nationwide provider of information technology solutions to the home healthcare and social services communities, and Girling Health Care, a Harden Healthcare company, announced an agreement by which Girling will utilize Santrax to manage time and attendance of its field-based employees within its Texas-based operations. Santrax, Sandata's patented time and attendance product, is the nation's number one telephone and web-based field management solution for home healthcare and social services. Through the deployment of Santrax, Girling will benefit from a streamlining of administrative costs as well as improved billing cycles. This agreement represents an expansion of the Sandata-Harden partnership as Sandata currently provides time and attendance solutions to Harden operations in other states including New York and Missouri.

Bert Brodsky, Chairman and CEO of Sandata, said, "We are delighted that Harden has elected to expand its relationship with Sandata to include its Texas operations. Harden is already one of our premier clients and it is truly gratifying to have such a prestigious service company continue to select our home-care solution."

Wayne Douglas, President of Girling Community Care, said, "After an extensive selection process examining alternative solutions, we determined that Sandata provided the best match for our needs. We look forward to expanding the use of Sandata solutions to our Texas operations."

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Sandata Technologies provides a complete package of information technology solutions for the home healthcare and social services communities, which includes scheduling, time and attendance, billing, payroll, compliance and
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