News | September 10, 2007

SmartDraw 2008 Healthcare Edition to Automate Healthcare Graphics

September 11, 2007 - SmartDraw.com announced the launch of the SmartDraw Healthcare Edition 2008, the first program that automates the task of creating healthcare graphics including patient handouts, anatomical diagrams, treatment protocols, timelines, flowcharts, and much more.

Unlike other graphics programs that present users with a blank screen and rely on users to draw, SmartDraw Healthcare Edition uses templates tailored to each specific type of diagram-such as a flowchart. Users enter their information and SmartDraw does the rest: laying out the correct illustration automatically using built-in rules and professional design themes to guarantee polished, presentation-quality results in just a fewminutes.

Stannard said SmartDraw has been analyzing feedback from nearly two million computer users-including thousands of doctors, nurses, healthcare educators and medical device professionals-who downloaded the predecessor program over the past year.

Should additional help be required, SmartDraw offers free telephone support from its own staff located in San Diego. According to its users, the SmartDraw Healthcare Edition is the essential graphics tool to help them communicate, persuade and succeed.

The SmartDraw Healthcare Edition 2008 includes the following unique features for healthcare professionals:

*Thousands of detailed medical illustrations from Lippincott and Elsevier
*Integrated Photo Capability
*Picture Charts for Healthcare Presentations
*Automatic Business Graphics
*Automatic Graphic Design
*Automatic Flowcharting
*Express Charts
*One-Click Copy to Microsoft Office programs, PDF and many other graphic formats

Users can download a free trial of SmartDraw Healthcare Edition 2008 from the company's website and may also purchase online.

For more information: www.smartdrawhealth.com

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