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Eclipsys Introduces RCM Dashboard

June 23, 2008
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Atlanta-based Eclipsys has developed an RCM dashboard that it says enables analytic tools to support improved financial performance and business decisions.

According to the company, the dashboard has a broad set of customizable template reports and drill down capabilities into a wide variety of key performance indicators related to financial performance.

Children’s Hospital in Omaha, Neb. is one of the first organizations to use the new solution, which was developed through a strategic alliance with Bloomington, Minn.-based RSM McGladrey. The RCM dashboard is a module of Eclipsys’ Sunrise Access Manager and Sunrise Patient Financials solutions and is Web-enabled.

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