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Apollo Health Street Collaborates with Client to Develop a CCHIT-Certified 08 Ambulatory EMR
Date:6/11/2009

CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., June 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Apollo Health Street, the nation's leading provider of healthcare-focused, outsourced software development, support and implementation services to healthcare ISVs, announced today CCHIT 2008 Certification for the Ambulatory Electronic Medical Record application developed for one of its clients. The EMR received the certification from the Certification Commission for Healthcare Information Technology (CCHIT) for its outstanding performance in three key areas:

-- Functionality - based on a set of features that enhance usability.

-- Interoperability - that fosters seamless communication between additional sources of information.

-- Security - that ensures data is well-protected and private.

"We are very proud of the collaborative approach we took to developing this EMR application for our client and appreciate the independent seal of approval from CCHIT," said Andrew DeVoe, CEO of Apollo Health Street.

"This certification provides physician practices added assurance about the investment they are making in electronic health records. We're confident that this application will enhance the care they offer patients and carry them into the future as EMRs become an integral part of our nation's healthcare reform," continued DeVoe.

Drawing from its years of experience in helping the nation's top hospitals and physician groups navigate the complex healthcare environment, Apollo Health Street worked with its client to develop the EMR that met the guidelines prescribed by CCHIT.

To develop its software applications, Apollo Health Street uses its Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) methodology that relies on highly trained professionals who understand healthcare's business needs and translate those needs into tailored software applications.

"Managing healthcare data efficiently is not just about technology - it also requires healthcare domain knowledge and the right people to bring the two together," says Dan Walsh, Senior Vice President of Apollo Health Street.

"Software development is a complex endeavor and Apollo Health Street relies on a mature and evolved Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) methodology which leverages Domain Knowledge, People, Process and Technology. By combining these critical components, Apollo Health Street provides our clients with not only a tested product that is tailored to their field, but also a level of trust in that product," says Walsh.

About Apollo Health Street:

Apollo Health Street is a leading provider of IT Services, Revenue Cycle Management, and Business Process Outsourcing Services and Solutions to the healthcare industry. As a preferred software development and maintenance partner, our matured processes encompass all the phases of the Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC), starting from mapping business requirements into functional/technical specification to programming, testing and final deployment.

With our unparalleled domain knowledge in healthcare, software development and award-winning expertise in information technology enabled support services, Apollo Health Street is a trusted partner to numerous marquee clients which include some of the nation's largest hospital systems, physician practices and healthcare ISVs.

    For more information, please contact Bhaskar Medhi
    Bhaskar_m@apollohealthstreet.com
    +1.973.233.7678
   http://www.apollohealthstreet.com

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