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Standard Register Healthcare Announces IT Webinar Series

Friday, September 14, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

Standard Register recognized leader in managing critical communications in healthcare, announced it will be hosting a series of information technology webinars to provide hospitals with practical solutions and best practices for improving clinical workflows, strengthening interactions between patients and healthcare providers, and delivering more efficient, affordable care.

The first of the live webinars, which was developed for patient access, patient financial services and revenue cycle managers, is scheduled for September 20 and will focus on "Creating a Foundation to Improve Cash Flow." It will discuss the underlying problems associated with gathering accurate patient demographic information, offer recommendations for improving registration processes and present a new, stand-alone solution for gathering and authenticating patient identities and addresses. Registration details are available here.

The announcement of Standard Register Healthcare's webinar series coincides with National Health Information Technology Week, which was created to bring attention to the essential role health information technology plays in improving healthcare delivery in the U.S. Standard Register and its subsidiary Dialog Medical are part of the collaborative forum of key healthcare constituents who are participating in this year's observance.

"There is no better way to demonstrate our commitment to the transformation of healthcare than by sharing IT strategies and best practices," said Brad Cates, president of Standard Register Healthcare. "Last week's Institute of Medicine report made it clear that everyone within the healthcare ecosystem needs to work together if we are to achieve better care at a lower cost."

 

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