Aspire Indiana/MedInformatix to Customize EMR

July 2011
UNIX Update;Jul2011, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p7
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The article reports on the planned customization of electronic medical records (EMR) by merged company Aspire Indiana and solutions provider MedInformatix Inc. Jerry Sheward, then medical director of BehaviorCorp., has recognized the importance of EMR in optimizing services in Indiana. Such observation has lead to the selection of the Practice Management solution from the solutions provider as the new office platform. Clinical functionality and features to EMR intended for a psychiatric practice have been added to the solution.


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