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Date:1/28/2008

Doctors Use ChartLogic Upgrade Instead of All that Paper to Create an

Electronic Health Record in 90 Seconds

SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 28 /PRNewswire/ -- ChartLogic Inc., a leader in the electronic health records industry for almost 15 years, improves documentation speed and accuracy in the physician practice with the release of ChartLogic EMR(TM) 6.5.

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ChartLogic EMR 6.5 is powered by Precision Voice(TM), unparalleled voice- driven technology that produces speedy and accurate patient charts in less than 90 seconds. In today's rapidly changing health care environment, physicians are challenged to provide more comprehensive documentation and better management of charting and procedures. Doctors can effectively compress 11 minutes of paperwork, required to create and store a patient record in the traditional way, to 90 seconds per patient.

"ChartLogic is dedicated to providing solutions that meet the unique needs of our physician practices," said ChartLogic CEO Zubin Emsley. "ChartLogic 6.5 features digital Case Management, which eliminates reams of paperwork typically involved in Worker's Compensation and other clinical cases. With Case Management, we address one of the few remaining obstacles to a totally paperless medical office."

Doctors facing today's health care realities are looking for solutions to reduce operating costs without compromising quality care. EMR (electronic medical records) have helped erase annual transcription costs and the cost of managing paper for users of ChartLogic's enhanced Precision Voice technology. Other cost cutting features new to ChartLogic 6.5 include upgraded interfaces to practice management systems, medical billing software, lab systems, and ambulatory surgery centers, plus increased speed and security with the latest SQL Server engine.

The release of ChartLogic 6.5 substantiates ChartLogic's dedication to help doctors provide better care with better technology. For more information about the newly released ChartLogic EMR 6.5 and other products in ChartLogic's suite of health care IT solutions, contact ChartLogic at 888.337.4441.

About ChartLogic, Inc.

Based in Salt Lake City, Utah, ChartLogic has been a leader in the Electronic Medical Records industry since 1994. ChartLogic's user-friendly EMR has helped thousands of practices across the country make the transition to digital medical offices. ChartLogic offers two comprehensive electronic health record suites that include electronic medical records, superior medical billing software, document management, and interactive patient education. ChartLogic helps physicians provide better patient care through better technology. For further information, please visit http://www.chartlogic.com.


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