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RehabCare Leverages Force.com Platform to Build Custom Healthcare Application for use on Apple iPhone
Date:5/26/2009

Built in just four days, the mobile cloud computing solution shortens patient application processing time from a day or more to just two hours

SAN FRANCISCO, May 26 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Salesforce.com (NYSE: CRM), the enterprise cloud computing company, today announced that RehabCare Group, Inc. (NYSE: RHB) has used the Force.com platform to build a custom healthcare application to run on its staff's Apple iPhones. Built in just four days, the application is designed to enable RehabCare staff to dramatically shorten the time it takes to process patient prescreens from as many as 18 hours to less than sixty minutes.

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RehabCare Group, Inc. is one of the 59,300 companies of all sizes, industries and geographies that comprised the salesforce.com customer base as of April 30, 2009. Revenue and subscribers will be recognized as the service is delivered.

"We have a multiple-step screening process that helps ensure we match our services to our patients' needs. Unfortunately this process was taking too much time and was impacting our ability to admit patients quickly," said Dick Escue, chief information officer at RehabCare. "Using Force.com, we were able to design and build a solution to fit our exact needs in just a matter of days. If we had tried this with .Net, we would have faced at least three months of development time."

RehabCare's patient screening process involved completing an evaluation form that was filled out manually by employees in the field. The evaluations were then passed to a program director for review and, finally, to a m
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