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San Joaquin Revamps Forms Processes

August 21, 2008
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San Joaquin General Hospital has selected the subscription-based medical forms automation and EHR solutions from Portsmouth, N.H.-based Bottomline Technologies to streamline generating and distributing patient-related documents across the continuum of care.

Bottomline’s medical forms automation solutions can transform data captured by hospital information systems into customizable documents and forms, placing important information in front of patients, suppliers, administrators and key decision makers, touts the company.

San Joaquin General is a 236-bed acute care facility providing a full range of inpatient services including general medical/surgical care, high-risk obstetrics and neonatal intensive care, pediatrics and acute physical medicine and rehabilitation.

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