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Associated Cardiovascular Consultants Selects Sage Intergy EHR to Enhance Quality, Clinical Trial Research and Physician-Patient Relationship
Date:12/2/2008

TAMPA, Fla., Dec. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Associated Cardiovascular Associates (ACC), a 38-doctor cardiology group practice that operates seven locations in Southern New Jersey, today announced that it has selected Sage Intergy EHR electronic health records and Sage Intergy practice management solution. The Cherry Hill, N.J.-based practice, which cares for more than 30,000 patients annually, will deploy the single-database, integrated solution to enhance care delivery, clinical trial research and strengthen its relationship with patients.

"After narrowing our list from 15 to two vendors, we selected Sage because its solution provided the strongest functionality and flexibility that would allow us to address not only our immediate needs, but also reimbursement changes that we know are coming," said John Morris, ACC's executive director. "We now can and will streamline clinical and administrative processes that would have been impossible for us to execute before because of the limited functionality of our current standalone PM and EHR systems."

Sage also announced that it has aligned with MedAxiom, an organization representing 300 cardiology practices and 6,000 cardiologists nationwide. MedAxiom allows practices to measure themselves against cardiology benchmarks and improve efficiency and quality. This relationship will help ensure that the Sage team remains well-armed with the insight, skill and data needed to complement the company's nearly 30 years of success serving cardiology practices in the ambulatory physician market.

ACC's Morris added, "Sage's relationship with MedAxiom was an important indicator of their commitment to the cardiology specialty. We also were very impressed that the customers at the Sage user group recently held in Orlando, Fla., praised the company's customer service and receptiveness to their suggestions for improving its EHR and PM system."

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