Contract & Compliance

Driving ROI from Your Contract and Compliance Software

Understand the ROI of proven healthcare-specific contract management and compliance solutions

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Managing risk and complying with regulations and standards is difficult in a constantly shifting market where operating margins are under pressure. A recent study shows that health systems must comply with 629 discrete regulatory requirements and spend $7-$9 million per year on the administrative activities of compliance.     

To survive and thrive, health systems require healthcare-specific governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) solutions that streamline healthcare operations and mitigate risk while improving quality and patient outcomes.  

symplr partnered with Hobson & Company (H&C), a leading research firm focused on return on investment (ROI) studies, to explore market challenges and learn how industry leaders are responding—and we’re sharing the research results with you.  

What you'll learn

Download this free guide to learn ways to effectively manage contracts, compliance, and risk exposure using solutions proven to deliver a quick and compelling ROI: 


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