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PQRI Made Easy(TM): A New Software Enables Healthcare Professionals to Earn Their 2008 and 2009 PQRI Bonuses for Free
Date:11/11/2008

NEW YORK, November 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Park Avenue Medical Data Systems (PAMDS), a leading provider of software solutions for the electronic healthcare record (EHR) arena, announces the launch of PQRI Made Easy(TM): a free Software-as-a-Service product (SaaS) that enables office-based physicians, hospitals for outpatient services, and specialized medical facilities to earn pay-for-performance bonus payments from Medicare pursuant to the CMS Physician Quality Reporting Initiative (PQRI). One can register for free and start using the Web-based software at: http://www.pqrimadeeasy.com.

PQRI Made Easy(TM):

1) Takes only minutes a day

2) Is totally free with no strings attached

3) Providers who participated completed their 2008 reporting in 3 days

4) Works equally well in a paper-based workplace or a fully automated

office

5) Will facilitate HEDIS reports for private payor P4P initiatives.

PQRI Made Easy(TM) is a free pay-for-performance reporting product with no strings attached (no software licensing fee, hidden costs, advertisements, trial periods, etc.) and will remain free of charge. Medical practices may estimate the relationship between their effort and their CMS bonus potential and realize how much money they will earn with the PQRI calculator, found at: http://www.pqrimadeeasy.com/calculator.aspx.

According to George S. Blumenthal, Park Avenue Medical Data Systems President, there is still time to submit Medicare PQRI reports for patients seen until December 31st of 2008 and collect the CMS bonus. Moreover, he believes that it is imperative that every healthcare provider should begin to prepare now for 2009 when the PQRI bonus increases to 2% on all Part B Fee-for-Service reimbursements. Additionally, eligible professionals can earn a 2% bonus for e-prescribin
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