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

appropriate personnel," Huthnance said. "Whether it's a contract or an amendment, a renewal or extension, it comes through the legal department and goes into MediTract. Everything is done online, so the appropriate review is in place before a contract is signed. Then we store the documents in our database, and it's there and easily searchable if we need to further review the agreement. Just being able to search for one name, one vendor, and have all those documents instantly available has greatly increased our productivity."

MediTract's user-friendly interface makes searching for documents and storing critical information easy. MediTract's patented technology processes scanned documents, extracts key data elements and loads the information into the appropriate location within the database. The technology offers a series of views and functions that meets the needs and requirements of every department and user.

"We are always happy to hear our clients' success stories involving the use of our product. Miami Children's Hospital does so much good work, both in the care they provide and the research and teaching that they do, and we are pleased that our service helps provide their operation with the support they need to run smoothly and compliantly," said Scott R. Jeffery, president and COO of MediTract. "Our service has been successful because it meets the needs of hospitals both large and small, and it offers a less expensive alternative to dedicating existing staffs' valuable time or hiring additional staff to manage contracts as efficiently and effectively as our system does."

"MediTract has greatly assisted us in keeping our fingers on the pulse of our day-to-day business obligations and in ensuring that we're spending our money wisely on up-to-date contracts," Huthnance said. "It's a really fantastic product that has helped us increase our operational efficiency, and makes compliance and regulation even easier
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