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Keane Wins $1.5 Million Electronic Medical Record (EMR) Implementation with Leading Long-Term Care Company
Date:5/29/2008

pitals and long-term care facilities throughout the country. Since 1975, Keane's software has been helping clients increase efficiencies, reduce medical errors, meet regulatory requirements, and enhance revenue cycle management. Keane's core healthcare solutions include Keane Optimum, Patcom(R), and Keane NetSolutions. Information about Keane HSD is available on the Internet at http://www.keane.com/hsd.

About Keane

In business since 1965 and based in the United States, Keane is a global services firm that specializes in enabling transformation of its clients' business and IT functions. The transformation partner of choice for clients across a broad array of industries, Keane is unique in its passion for building satisfying and enduring relationships with clients. Keane's solutions -- which comprise consulting, technology, and outsourcing services -- are customized to address clients' industry-specific challenges and enable dramatic improvements in business performance.

For more information on Keane's services portfolio, industry solutions, and global locations, visit http://www.keane.com.

Contact:

Ed Meehan

VP Sales & Marketing

Keane HSD

631.824.5206

Mike Gallo

Gutenberg Communications

212.239.8594


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