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Heartland Information Services Moves Up to 2nd Place in National Survey for Outsourced Transcription
Date:1/23/2009

n of speech recognition and integration to one platform will allow for greater workflow capabilities, standardization of data management and tracking, and better controls for quality management, all of which will further enable Heartland to meet their customers' needs.

Heartland Information Services specializes in high-quality, full-service medical transcription providing financial and service advantages that helps its clients reach or exceed goals. Heartland provides unparalleled efficiency, reliability and management capabilities while interfacing with virtually any health information system and software. Heartland's corporate headquarters is located in Toledo, Ohio, with work centers in Bangalore, Chennai, Pune and Delhi, India. For more information visit www.heartlandis.com.

KLAS(R) has been rating professional services firms since 2004 utilizing a strict three-step process to collect candid performance data. This process includes collecting direct product evaluations completed by healthcare provider organizations, performing in-depth interviews with IT executives and directors to pinpoint the strengths and weaknesses of each business and performing an extensive internal audit to verify the accuracy of the information. For the 2008 Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards: Software and Professional Services report, over 4,500 hospitals and 2,500 clinics rated 750 products and services from over 200 vendors.


    Contact:
    Dennis Paulik
    Executive VP, Business Strategies
    Heartland Information Services
    (888) 427-6913
    dpaulik@heartlandis.com

    Becky Zibbel
    Senior Account Executive
    R/P Marketing Public Relations
    (419) 241-2221
    bzibbel@r-p.com

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