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QuadraMed Unveils Workflow Solution

December 18, 2009
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Reston, Va.-based QuadraMed Corporation introduced Quantim Workflow, the latest addition to its suite of Quantim Health Information Management (HIM) solutions. The solution is designed to enable hospitals to automate the distribution and allocation of coding, compliance and other HIM work assignments, which can lead to increased productivity and reduced operational costs, says the company.

Quantim Workflow automatically distributes assignments and documents to work lists, enabling users to accurately distribute work. It also provides productivity and aging reports, as well as comprehensive audit trails, for expanded coder accountability related to workload quantity and quality, touts QuadraMed.



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