Watch: 5 Alerts You Need To Know

February 4, 2016 Oi Hua Lee

 


At RL, we want to see our clients succeed. Our priority has and always will be to offer clients the tools they need to do good things for their organization and in healthcare. This is why we’re proud to introduce RL Insider, a new video series brought to you by RL Solutions where our very own RL’ers will share helpful ways to leverage the RL6 system.

 

 

 

 


You might recognize the host of our first video, Pansy Lee. She's normally running around the various conferences we attend snapping pictures, and tearing up the dance floor at our very own RL Palooza. Today, she’s here to tell you about five alerts that you might not be using – and definitely should be – and how to get the most out of them. 

 

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