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WorkflowOne Renews Document Management Agreement with the Premier Healthcare Alliance

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Press release from the issuing company

Dayton, OhioWorkflowOne LLC announced today that it has been awarded a three-year group purchasing agreement with the Premier healthcare alliance for document management and patient communication solutions for its members. Premier is one of the leading healthcare group purchasing organizations in the U.S.

Effective August 1, the agreement allows Premier members, at their discretion, to take advantage of special pricing and terms pre-negotiated by Premier for printed and electronic forms, document imaging, electronic content management and print shop management.

WorkflowOne, based in Dayton, Ohio, is a national leader in print management, distribution, billing services and promotional marketing. The company has been an approved supplier of printed forms, envelopes, custom labels and commercial print to Premier members for the past eight years and was awarded a contract on April 1, 2013, for promotional products as well.

“Healthcare reform has placed a host of new pressures on hospitals nationwide,” said Tim Tatman, president and CEO of WorkflowOne.  “By taking fresh approaches to print and electronic communication, WorkflowOne can help hospitals achieve better patient outcomes, engagement and brand recognition, all while reducing expenses and freeing up staff time.”

Today, WorkflowOne provides document management services to hundreds of Premier members nationwide, from community hospitals to some of the country’s largest integrated delivery networks. “We believe every hospital deserves direct, personal service from a team of knowledgeable print experts,” Tatman said. “By providing robust technology, fresh ideas and working collaboratively with clinical and marketing staff, we can play a role in improving clinical outcomes and enhancing a hospital’s brand reputation in its local community.”


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