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Netsmart Technologies Extends Relationship with Manatee Glens for Enterprise Behavioral Health Software Solutions
Date:2/6/2008

requirements, and Netsmart, through its partnership with Geneva Software, will provide Manatee Glens with comprehensive accounts payable, general ledger and human resources management capabilities with Geneva's Quantum software.

Avatar's RADplus configuration and management tool will furnish Manatee Glens with comprehensive access and security management, modeling, table and dictionary maintenance, and ad hoc report integration. Manatee Glens' database requirements will be supported by InterSystems Corporation's Cache' second generation database management solution, which is fully integrated with Avatar.

"We're pleased to be able to address Manatee Glens' requirements for a comprehensive behavioral health software solution, further demonstrating our commitment and leadership in the Florida behavioral healthcare arena," said James L. Conway, chief executive officer, Netsmart Technologies. "Our relationship with Manatee Glens is a true partnership, with our software growing with them as they continue to provide quality care while meeting ever- changing State of Florida reporting requirements."

Founded more than 50 years ago, Manatee Glens is a not-for-profit provider of mental health and addiction inpatient, detox, residential psychiatric and treatment and counseling services. A Netsmart customer since 1988, Manatee Glens is licensed by the State of Florida and accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations (JCAHCO).

For information about Netsmart Technology's full range of solutions for health and human services organizations, visit http://www.ntst.com or call 1-800-421-7503.

About Netsmart Technologies, Inc.

Netsmart Technologies, Inc., based in Great River, N.Y., is an established, leading supplier of enterprise-wide software solutions for health and human services providers, with more than 1,300 clients, including more than 30 systems with s
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