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Johns Hopkins Inks Deal for ADT and RCM

August 18, 2008
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The Baltimore-based

Johns Hopkins Hospital

signed a multi-year contract with San Ramon, Calif.-based


for a front-end Admission Discharge and Transfer (ADT) solution and to upgrade the hospital’s existing back-end billing solution.

The browser-based, front-end ADT System will take just over one year to fully deploy, says the company, and will streamline the hospital’s patient registration system from the point of admission through the discharge or transfer of the patient and will interface with over 200 systems within The Johns Hopkins Hospital.



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