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Virginia Rehab Network Taps Resource Management Software

May 26, 2009
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Sheltering Arms Physical Rehabilitation Centers, a Mechanicsville, Va.-based network of facilities delivering rehabilitation and wellness services, is deploying

Lawson Software (St. Paul, Minn.) solutions to help address operational and business challenges associated with supply chain management, human resources, financial management and payroll, says the company.

The network will utilize Lawson QuickStep Healthcare as its core enterprise management system, and it will employ Lawson Workforce Management to help improve and automate employee scheduling and time and attendance activities, it says.

Sheltering Arms consists of two inpatient rehabilitation facilities, eight outpatient clinics and a limited liability company for physician and psychology services.

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