WAYNE, Pa., Nov. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Precyse, the industry leader in Health Information Management (HIM) performance solutions, is participating nationwide in the St. Jude Give thanks. Walk.™ on Saturday, November 22, 2014. More than 50 employees of Precyse have raised funds to support the campaign, already surpassing the company's goal prior to the walk. Leading the Precyse effort is CEO Chris Powell.
"St. Jude Children's Research Hospital is special to the entire Precyse organization, not only because of our pledge to ensure a healthy organization to promote a healthy population, but also for our chance to help families so that they can focus on healing their child and not have to worry about the bills," said Powell.
In addition to raising funds, Precyse colleagues will walk for St. Jude in communities throughout the United States. Precyse is offering a Fitbit Zip™ to each Precyse colleague who walks.
Precyse further contributed to the St. Jude Give thanks. Walk.™ by making a donation on behalf of the College of Health Information Management Executives (CHIME) Fall Forum attendees. The fall forum took place October 28 – 31 in San Antonio, Texas.
Participation in the fundraising event is one of many benevolent initiatives led by Precyse's charitable interest, PrecyseCares. Since the program was established in 2011, Precyse colleagues have participated in more than 12 events, donating time and money for the betterment of lives throughout the country.
Visit http://www.st.jude.org/walk to learn more about St. Jude Give thanks. Walk.™
Precyse has enabled nearly 5,000 healthcare facilities and health systems nationwide to improve efficiency and deliver tangible outcomes for more than a decade. With products ranging from an integrated transcription and coding platform with advanced speech recognition, expert workflow technologies, and Natural Language Processing (NLP) to Health Information Management (HIM) consulting and services, Precyse's flexible software can be delivered stand-alone or complemented by a professional staff of more than 1,400 experts. Now more than ever, hospitals and health systems are challenged to achieve meaningful use of the legal health record. Precyse is the partner hospitals across the country choose to achieve this goal. Learn more about Precyse: http://www.precyse.com.
Audra Murphy, Precyse