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National Medical Health Card Systems, Inc. Chooses Document Sciences

Tuesday, October 22, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

Picks Autograph Suite as its Document Production and Customer Communications Solution CARLSBAD, CA October 18, 2002 National Medical Health Card Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: NMHC), a national independent pharmacy benefit manager (PBM) doing business as NMHCRX, has selected Document Sciences Corporation's (Nasdaq: DOCX) Autograph suite to create, compose and deliver member information, benefit booklets, and claims correspondence. The Autograph suite empowers companies to better communicate with their customers through personalized web, print and e-mail content. Document Sciences‚ Autograph suite was selected following an extensive search for high-volume content automation solutions that could meet NMHCRX’s regulatory compliance and personalization requirements . With Autograph, NMHCRX can automate the production of its membership cards, benefit booklets, and claims statements, streamline its printed statement processes, and enhance its Web site with dynamic, customized claims access. As a result, NMHCRX’s customers will enjoy cost savings , faster and more accurate communications, better overall service, and, ultimately, enhanced patient care. "After an extensive comparison of the solutions offered by each of the major document automation vendors, we concluded that Document Sciences‚ Autograph suite gave us the best combination of performance, efficiency, flexibility and support for our customer communication needs," said Gail Hamilton-Zander, V.P. Operational Services, of NMHCRX. "We were impressed with Autograph‚s ability to interface with our existing hardware and inter-departmental workflow, as well as the strong recommendations we received from Document Sciences‚ customers."

 

 

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