Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Tracks Training With Pathlore Software

October 7, 2003

Along with serving Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries, CMS, part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, delivers training on health and safety requirements to its nationwide network of survey and certification specialists. The specialists include nurses, medical technologists, dieticians and pharmacists. CMS trains these professionals – who are employees of the agency – to look at and assess the quality of health care delivered by Medicare and Medicaid providers such as hospitals and nursing homes.

Along with today’s announcement, Pathlore has also won a number of other local, state and federal government contracts including a deal with the Minnesota Department of Human Services.

About Pathlore
Founded in 1995, Columbus, Ohio-headquartered Pathlore develops software that manages, tracks and reports on corporate training. Customers use Pathlore’s products to increase sales, comply with government regulations and adhere to quality initiatives. The privately held company’s client roster includes Delta Air Lines, NEC America Inc., Novartis, PNC Bank, Southwest Airlines, more than 100 hospitals and health care providers, and government agencies in more than 30 states including California, Ohio and Texas. Pathlore also has offices in Australia, Italy, New Zealand and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit

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