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[December 18, 2012]

PowerObjects Co-Presenting CRM for Healthcare Webinar Hosted by Microsoft

Dec 18, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- PowerObjects, a professional consulting firm 100% focused on providing service, support, education and add-ons for Microsoft Dynamics CRM, is pleased to announce the presentation of its physician referral management system in two Dynamics CRM for healthcare webinars hosted by Microsoft on December 18th from 12:00 to 1:00 pm CST and January 22nd from 12:00 to 1:00 CST.


Together with Avanade, PowerObjects and Microsoft will provide information for professionals at hospitals, provider networks, HMOs and other large healthcare providers on XRM solutions to improve care delivery. Topics will cover Microsoft's commitment to HIPAA and HITECH regulations, Avanade's solution for case management, and PowerObjects' RxRM developments in using Dynamics CRM for physician referral management.

"We are honored to be invited by Microsoft to present in this webinar and showcase our work in the healthcare space," says Timothy Pratt, Ph.D., Health and Life Sciences Solution Design Consultant at PowerObjects. "We will be demonstrating the power of the Dynamics CRM platform and PowerObjects RxRM initiative to deliver significant productivity gains, improve visibility into business analytics for practice management, and ensure optimal patient outcomes." PowerObjects' dedicated health and life sciences team has been hard at work with its RxRM initiative, designing XRM solutions that meet the specific and intricate needs of healthcare organizations. Pratt's team has relied on input from an advisory board made up of physicians and healthcare business professionals to design solutions tailored to the changing needs of the industry, especially in light of the Affordable Care Act.

"The fact that Microsoft approached us to participate in this webinar shows how far we've come as a trusted provider of Dynamics CRM solutions for healthcare," says Steve Thompson, VP of Sales at PowerObjects. "We've put a lot of time and resources into our RxRM initiatives, and we've seen those efforts pay off--demand for these CRM for healthcare solutions is definitely growing." More information about this healthcare for CRM webinar is available at the PowerObjects website.

About PowerObjects Established in 1993, PowerObjects is one of a handful of organizations recognized as a leader in delivering Microsoft Dynamics CRM/XRM solutions to customers. As a Microsoft Partner Gold Certified in the CRM competency and Microsoft Dynamics 2012 Partner of the Year, PowerObjects has an impressive and rapidly growing list of customers benefiting from Microsoft CRM/XRM. PowerObjects fully embraces the power of customer choice and offers hosted, on-premise and online CRM deployment options. Headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with offices in Chicago, Columbus, Dallas, Omaha and St. Louis, PowerObjects provides CRM solutions to businesses and non-profit organizations in multiple industries including healthcare, life sciences, insurance, financial services, publishing, distribution, manufacturing and professional services.

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