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American Healthcare Holdings Ranked in Top 100 HCIT Companies
Date:6/26/2008

Parent company of Visionary Medical Systems, Inc, Soft-Aid Medical Management Systems, USMD, Antek Healthware, and Alteer was recently recognized as one of the top 100 Healthcare Information Technology Companies by HCI magazine.

Tampa, FL (PRWEB) June 26, 2008 -- American Healthcare Holdings (AHH), parent company of Visionary Medical Systems, Inc, Soft-Aid Medical Management Systems, USMD, Antek Healthware, and Alteer was recently recognized as one of the top 100 Healthcare Information Technology Companies by HCI magazine.

Annually, HCI publishes a list of the top 100 HCIT companies based on total annual revenue. This year, American Healthcare Holdings is pleased to announce that it has entered the top 100. This prestigious accomplishment signifies AHH's position as a leader in the Health Information Technology market segment. As a multi-faceted company providing EHR, LIS and Practice Management solutions to the healthcare market AHH is one of the few companies in the industry that can act as a single source vendor for all of a facility's HCIT needs.

"Being recognized as one of the top 100 HCIT companies reinforces AHH's market position as one of the premier healthcare technology providers in the market today", states Jim Clark COO of American Healthcare Holdings. Clark adds, "We anticipate our strong growth to continue, based on complimentary products that lead their categories and a strong customer referral base".

More than 60,000 physicians currently utilize software products from AHH. American Healthcare Holdings delivers healthcare software solutions connecting patients, providers, payers, hospitals, and labs. Solutions are created via its integrated line of Visionary Dream EHR, document management, LabDAQ LIS, Provider & HME/DME Office Management and RCM products and services.

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