Greater Baltimore Medical Center (GBMC) is a 342-bed medical center located in the Baltimore suburb of Townson, Maryland. Before using RLDatix PolicyStat, the organization identified a clear need to find a comprehensive solution that could meet each department's unique policy management requirements. Since implementing PolicyStat, GBMC has benefited from a tool that supports effective policy management, streamlined communication and organizational unity.
Greater Baltimore Medical Center needed a policy management solution that fitted their unique needs, meetin...
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