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Catholic Medical Center IDs Automation

December 21, 2007
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Catholic Medical Center of Manchester, N.H. has chosen a patient identification and electronic forms automation solution from PatientWorks of Rocky Mount, Va.

According to the company, PatientWorks can integrate with any HIS, EMR or imaging system to improve registration, ancillary and billing workflows.

PatientWorks is a division of NewBold Corp., and is a family of software that allows the user to build print workflows that combine data from any HIS system with a user defined form to produce a desired printed, electronic, faxed, imaged, or e-mailed output, the company claims.

Catholic Medical Center is a 330-bed, full-service healthcare facility that offers medical-surgical care with more than 25 subspecialties, inpatient and outpatient services, diagnostic imaging and a 24-hour ED.

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