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AMES Color-File Introduces HealthStat

Monday, September 25, 2006

Press release from the issuing company

SOMERVILLE, Mass.-- AMES Color-File, the nation's largest supplier of custom and stock filing products for the healthcare industry, is now offering an on-demand printing service specifically geared towards hospital and clinic outreach materials - such as physician directories, brochures, newsletters, and one to one marketing. HealthStat makes it easy for organizations to get current facility news to their targeted audience, with the added benefit of providing a competitive advantage. In an effort to help healthcare facilities build referrals, AMES has developed a way to keep their outreach materials - in print and online - current and accessible. HealthStat was designed to alleviate the time consuming task and high costs involved with publishing physician directories, which quickly become outdated, and lead to dwindling referrals. HealthStat lets you continuously organize medical professionals' contact and biography information, as well as create or repurpose newsletters and brochures - highlighting healthcare programs to the public. Information is compiled and stored in an online database where staff members can proof documents for print, and order the quantity desired - eliminating overstocking. This automated process streamlines marketing initiatives by providing easy access to precise and current information, which is vital to building referrals. Hospitals and clinics can now benefit from having a single data repository for print and Web healthcare information, while cutting inventory costs, and instantly generating high-quality directories and marketing materials.




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