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Standard Register to Provide Intelligent Electronic Forms as Part of New HP Offering

Wednesday, October 08, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

DAYTON, Ohio--Oct. 7, 2003-- Standard Register, a leading provider of information solutions, today announced an agreement with HP to provide intelligent electronic forms for HP's new medical desktop office center. Standard Register's ExpeData(TM) e-forms will be installed on HP PCs as a key part of the solution to give physicians, clinicians and other healthcare professionals quick and easy access to the applications they need and use most. Everything from physician office forms to prescription data to the latest journal articles detailing recommendations for treatments will be at physicians' fingertips through the solution. "We are pleased to be a part of this innovative HP platform," said Standard Register Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Peter Dorsman. "It's an affordable solution that will help physicians streamline their processes and allow them to focus more fully on patient care." Intelligent electronic forms, a component of Standard Register's ExpeData(TM) suite of digital information solutions, provide physicians with an effective way of improving and automating their paper-based processes. Used with the new Microsoft Office System 2003, ExpeData(TM) e-forms are easy to access and easy to use. And they provide physicians the quality of professionally designed forms with the flexibility to make changes for their individual practice needs. "We are pleased to work with Standard Register to deliver affordable solutions to the medical industry," said Robyn West, vice president of small and medium business, Americas, HP Personal System Group.




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