Stellent, Inc., a global provider of content management solutions, announced that Allina Hospitals & Clinics, a health care organization managing 14 hospitals and 42 clinics in Minnesota and western Wisconsin, is complying with Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) regulations using Stellent Content Management. Allina's Stellent-powered intranet helps the company meet these regulatory mandates by storing and tracking changes to time-sensitive hospital policies and procedures. The Stellent system enables the company's employees to access current versions of policies and procedures on the Web through their browsers. As a result, Allina has reduced its hard-copy paper and printing costs and improved its company-wide communications system. Stellent Content Management acts as Allina's central document repository, storing all of Allina's corporate and hospital-specific policies and procedures; forms for expense reports and security requests; and hospital and clinic locations and maps. Allina employees access this content via the company's intranet. Content is saved in the Stellent Content Server in its native format, such as a word processing document, spreadsheet, or graphic file. Stellent Content Management's PDF converter automatically converts all documents from their original formats into PDF, the standard format for all content on Allina's intranet. In addition to Allina Hospitals & Clinics, other Stellent customers in the health care industry include BlueCross BlueShield of Minnesota, BlueCross BlueShield of Florida, British Red Cross, Children's Hospitals and Clinics, MemorialCare, Premera Blue Cross, Swedish Medical Center and Washoe Health System. To view an in-depth case study of the Stellent Content Management implementation at Allina Hospitals & Clinics, visit www.stellent.com/allina.