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WILLCARE Chooses Authentidate's Inscrybe(TM) Healthcare Service to Streamline Operations and Enhance Business Growth
Date:10/27/2008

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, N.J., Oct. 27 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Authentidate Holding Corp. (Nasdaq: ADAT), a worldwide provider of secure workflow management software and web-based services, today announced that WILLCARE, a leading regional home healthcare agency, has implemented Authentidate's Inscrybe Healthcare service to more efficiently manage and exchange transactions for its extensive customer base in both Ohio and New York state. The new, web-based system will interface with WILLCARE's existing Cerner(R) homecare management system to facilitate health information exchange for Plan of Care and Interim Order transactions.

"WILLCARE continually seeks new and more efficient ways to manage the clinical administration process in order to deliver the highest quality homecare service to its patients. People are now using secure internet tools that make buying, selling and other types of web transactions as safe, simple and straightforward as possible," commented Todd Brason, President and CEO of WILLCARE. "WILLCARE is utilizing Inscrybe to bring communications between referring physicians and home health agencies into the 21st century. Inscrybe is a new generation, secure web-based tool that improves the efficiency of our clinical administration, decreases cost, and is aligned with our growth strategy."

Inscrybe Healthcare's automated workflow solution reduces the time it takes to process and receive approvals from physicians for Plan of Care, Interim Orders and many other types of clinical documents that prescribe a specific care program for a patient. By utilizing Inscrybe Healthcare, WILLCARE can initiate a Plan of Care from their Cerner homecare management and billing system, and send it to a physician through Inscrybe, saving
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