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Marion General Selects Document Workflow Solution

July 15, 2008
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Marion General Hospital (Marion, Ohio) is teaming up with Cincinnati-based Streamline Health Solutions to implement its document management and workflow solutions at the hospital and integrate it with Marion General’s GE Centricity system.

According to the company, Streamline Health will help Marion General gain efficiencies with the implementation of a permanent, document-based repository of health information and workflow solutions to improve their business processes.

Marion General will utilize Streamline Health’s document management solutions to provide electronic access, including secure web-based access, to all forms of patient information from any location, says the company.

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