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Keane Partners with Ormed to Provide Full-Spectrum ERP Solution

June 22, 2010
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Boston, Mass.-based healthcare technology firm, Keane Inc. announced a recent partnership between its Healthcare Solutions Division (HSD) and MIS software provider Ormed Information Systems Ltd., based in Edmonton, Canada. By combining the ORMED MIS (Management Information Systems) offering with the Keane Optimum solution, clients and prospects will receive an expanded IT suite to enable comprehensive and cohesive financial management.

With healthcare facilities across the nation migrating toward electronic record keeping, the process of utilizing multiple systems to manage finances and reconcile patient information is becoming more onerous than ever before. The Keane-Ormed partnership gives acute care hospitals access to a solution that claims to improve efficiency and financial control.

Ormed is a supplier of human resources, supply chain, E-commerce, and accounting management software, and is entering their 21st year in supporting the healthcare industry. Keane Optimum provides clients a suite of software designed for the healthcare environment to eliminate the expense associated with managing discrete IT solutions.


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