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Streamline Health(R) Announces Massena Memorial Hospital to Implement Enterprise Document Workflow Solutions
Date:12/9/2008

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In the northernmost part of New York situated along the St. Lawrence River and the border between the United States and Canada, Massena Memorial Hospital has served North Country community for over 50 years, providing quality care within a primary/acute health care environment by a professional staff in a compassionate, cost effective manner. Massena Memorial Hospital provides comprehensive services including state-of-the-art technology and surgery services, outpatient services, North Country Family Health Network services, a family-centered maternity center and Community Health services. The hospital is a primary source of health care educational programs and resources in the community it serves. For additional information, please visit Massena Memorial Hospital website at http://www.massenahospital.org.

About Streamline Health Solutions, Inc.

Streamline Health is a leading supplier of workflow and document management tools, applications and services that assist strategic business partners and healthcare organizations to improve operational efficiencies through business process optimization. The Company provides integrated tools and technologies for automating document-intensive environments, including document workflow, document management, e-forms, portal connectivity, optical character recognition (OCR) and interoperability.

The Company's workflow-based services offer solutions to inefficient and labor-intensive healthcare business processes throughout the revenue cycle, such as chart coding, abstracting and completion, remote physician order processing, pre-admission registration scanning and signature capture, insurance verification, secondary billing services, explanation of benefits processing and release of information processing. The Company's solu
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