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Orem firm donates software to college

An Orem company specializing in simulation software for the manufacturing, health care and service industries, has donated $200,000 worth of software to Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania.

The MedModel Simulation software, produced by Promodel Corp., is designed to improve health care processes. With the software, the hospital or clinic can create a model of their current processes. Then they can try different "what if" scenarios to improve the processes.Some of the benefits include shorter patients' waiting times and increased efficiency. Some of the current customers using Med-Model include Intermountain Health Care, Mayo Clinic, Texas Children's Hospital and Baylor University Hospital.

Promodel boasts an extensive educational following with more than 300 universities worldwide using the software. Promodel is at 1875 S. State, suite 3400.