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Miami Children's Hospital Increases Efficiency With MediTract's Contract Management Solution
Date:2/23/2009

MediTract Enables Hospitals and Health Systems to Enhance Operational Efficiencies

MIAMI, Feb. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Miami Children's Hospital is a world leader in pediatric healthcare with a medical staff of more than 650 physicians and 2,400 employees. Yet, because of its role as a leader in providing children's healthcare and as one of the nation's finest research and teaching hospitals, the hospital's staff found itself facing a problem familiar to most healthcare organizations.

"Because our physicians also teach and some conduct research, we could have many contracts for each individual -- one for clinical trials, one for teaching services, and one for general employment, just to name a few. With so many physicians, it was hard to track just where those agreements were located," said Ximena S. Huthnance, contract administrator for Miami Children's Hospital. "The volume of our contracts alone required a lot of time and effort to manage and we had to work really hard to locate and maintain those contract files. We knew we needed a centralized location where we could store all of our vital documents and we needed a way to better manage them, to make sure we were working off of the most current information."

The hospital had to create new procedures for reviewing and executing its contracts, but it also needed to store agreements and other important documents where authorized personnel could easily access the information they needed. The hospital network found a solution in MediTract, the nation's leading healthcare contract and document management provider, currently serving more than 20 percent of the nation's hospitals. MediTract is by far the dominant provider in the healthcare contract and document management business. It is a division of TractManager Inc., a national Internet-based technology firm specializing in the provision of secure, real-time access to customized and centralized contract an
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