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Westchester Medical Implements Management Tool

August 21, 2007
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Westchester Medical Center (WMC), Valhalla, N.Y. has chosen Denver, Colo.-based MCN's Policy Manager from its ellucid software platform.

According to MCN, the web-based application is expected to streamline WMC's policy and procedure management process across its 1,100 bed campus by consolidating policy documents and eliminating duplications.

In addition, staff and committees will be able to review, edit, share and approve documents from virtually any location, says the company.



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