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23% of U.S. Hospitals to Engage Professional Services Firm for Clinical System Implementation

February 24, 2011
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The Burlington, Vt.-based research firm CapSite announces the release of the 2011 U.S. Professional Services Study, a strategic analysis of the Healthcare Management Consulting market. The study represents customer insight from more than 400 U.S. hospitals across all segments of the market.

The study sheds light on both historical and planned professional services engagements across a variety of engagement types including:

• Clinical
o Transformation
o System Implementation
o Vendor Selection

Revenue Cycle Management (RCM)
o Optimization
o Staff Augmentation
o Outsourcing
o Vendor Selection
o System Implementation



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