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American HealthTech and Vocollect Healthcare Systems Announce an Alliance to Deliver Unified Electronic Medical Records
Date:10/5/2009

thcare reform may take out of our reimbursements--but also to fund emerging needs for EMR."

According to James Quasey, president of Vocollect Healthcare Systems, the alliance is all about leverage. "Margin pressure in long-term care is enormous, making it difficult for clients to envision how they will survive the financial impact of healthcare reform and deliver on the promise of EMR in a cost-efficient manner. Through the alliance, clients can now extend their investment in American HealthTech, take advantage of immediate quality and financial gains they'll see with AccuNurse voice-assisted care, achieve goals for interoperability, and rest assured that emerging EMR needs will be met."

With voice-assisted care, clients see no delay between care delivery and charting. "I go home at night knowing my medical records are accurate, my staff is delivering more proactive care, and our communities are quieter--more home like. There's no question that we're delivering higher quality care with AccuNurse. And now that AccuNurse will interact with American HealthTech, the efficiency gains are a win for our staff, residents, and the families we serve," said Susan LupPlace, director of clinical services, Preferred Care Partners Management Group. "Because it's all about freeing up more time for direct resident care."

About American HealthTech

For over 30 years, American HealthTech, an employee-owned company, has provided long-term care clients with fully integrated clinical and financial software solutions. From admissions to assessments, care planning to quality assurance, over a quarter of the nation's nursing homes rely on American HealthTech daily to deliver higher quality care and optimize business performance.

About Vocollect Healthcare Systems

AccuNurse voice-assisted care from Vocollect Healthcare Systems, Inc. makes it easy for healthcare professionals to retrieve care needs on-dema
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