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Precyse Solutions Names 2008 Marquee Client Award Winners
Date:4/16/2009

Prestigious distinction recognizes HIM excellence.

WAYNE, Pa., April 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Precyse Solutions, a leading provider of clinical documentation software, workflow tools and consulting and management services, has announced its 2008 Marquee Client Award Winners. The following institutions are being recognized for excellence in Health Information Management (HIM) practices:


    -- Outsource of HIM Functions: Pikeville Medical Center, Pikeville, KY
    -- Outsource of Transcription Services: Beebe Medical Center, Lewes, DE
    -- Outsource of Oncology Tumor Registry Services: University of
       Connecticut Health Center, Farmington, CT
    -- Education and Audit Services:  Highland Regional Medical Center,
       Prestonsburg, KY
    -- Staffing and Support Services: Lower Keys Medical Center, Key West, FL
    -- Remote Coding Services: Hazel Hawkins Medical Center, Hollister, CA
    -- Multiple HIM Services: Valley Health System, Winchester, VA


Initiated in 2004, the Marquee Client Award program honors exceptional Precyse clients that have demonstrated commitment to achieving best practice standards in HIM. By teaming with Precyse, these clients have set metrics and standards for their HIM departments and work towards a goal of improved accuracy and timeliness of patient documentation. Improved documentation helps improve the delivery of care and favorably impacts the institution's financial bottom line.

Jeffrey Levitt, CEO and Founder of Precyse Solutions, notes the common mission of the award winners, "Our Marquee Clients partner with us through a shared purpose, vision and mission: improving the delivery and cost of healthcare. Accurate and timely information is critical to care decisions and the HIM department is conduit for patient data that needs to be shared across health care providers and administrative support personnel. We are pleased to have clients
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