News | April 27, 2008

QuadraMed Showcases AcuityPlus, QCPR Solutions at AONE Annual Meeting

April 28, 2008 – QuadraMed Corp. is showcasing its AcuityPlus and QuadraMed Computerized Patient Record (QCPR) solutions at the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE) 2008 Annual Meeting and Exposition April 25-29 at the Washington State Convention Center in Seattle.

The company said the two solutions enable nursing departments to streamline workflow and determine appropriate resource utilization more efficiently at the unit and facility levels. With the AcuityPlus evidence-based staffing solution, nurses can quickly select and classify patients based on their assessed care needs, an administrative task typically deemed time-consuming and paper-based. AcuityPlus is more powerful when used in conjunction with QCPR, the company said. QCPR makes the patient classification process a byproduct of online documentation, saving time and minimizing workload, the company said. Hospitals also can use AcuityPlus to capture and aggregate data to develop strategic plans and budgets necessary to reduce overtime and control expenses.

For more information:www.quadramed.com

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