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Initiate Systems Launches Provider Management Solution

October 1, 2009
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Chicago-based Initiate Systems, Inc. launched its Initiate Provider Management solution that it says allows healthcare organizations to create a provider registry to ensure that all systems using provider data operate from the same up-to-date information.

According to the company, Initiate Provider Management enables organizations to create a master view of each provider by linking together different representations of provider data. This capability, it says, makes it easy to maintain up-to-date contact and credentialing information, while sharing this information with downstream systems and processes across a network. It also provides visibility into the relationships between providers and their patients that exist in the data, it touts.



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