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NYU Medical Deploys Risk Manager

April 28, 2008
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New York University’s Medical Center is implementing Montclair, N.J.-based Modulo’s Risk Manager to automate its risk management and regulatory compliance processes.

The solution will be used to assist staff members in distributing and collecting data, tracking the performance of audits, and maintaining an updated list of regulatory requirements and best practices guidelines. With the Modulo Risk Manager, the staff will be able to produce reports indicating the status of each department in relation to compliance standards, what risks they are vulnerable to, and what actions may be required, according to the company.

NYU Medical Center consists of the NYU School of Medicine as well as Tisch Hospital, the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine and the NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases.

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