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Partners Shores Up Financials

July 31, 2007
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Partners Healthcare, a Boston-based integrated health system, has selected Siemens Medical Solutions' Soarian Financials patient administration and revenue cycle management system to implement across its healthcare system.

According to Siemens, Soarian Financials is designed to streamline revenue cycle management by embedding a contract engine and an enterprise-wide master patient index (EMPI) into a revenue cycle solution.

Partners will install the full suite of financial applications, which includes Soarian Scheduling; Decision Support Solutions; Enterprise Document Management; Soarian Community Access; and Healthcare Data Exchange (HDX) — Siemens' payer connectivity service — says the Malvern, Pa.-based company.

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