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EDI Health Group Selected by Quality Systems to Facilitate EDI Transactions Between Payers and Large Dental Group Practices
Date:2/2/2009

y, EHG was chosen to work closely with QSI Dental Division to bring a full complement of EDI services to their users," explained Scott Wellwood, president of EDI Health Group, Inc. "QSI is recognized as a leader in the dental practice management market, and is particularly adept at addressing the unique requirements of the larger group practices. This makes our partnership with them even more appealing as these clients have been extremely receptive to our concept of automating the complete EDI process from patient acquisition through the completion of the treatment and payment processes. We are extremely excited about working with a partner such as QSI Dental Division who shares our vision of simplifying the business side of dentistry."

About Quality Systems, Inc.

Irvine, Calif.-based Quality Systems, Inc. and its NextGen Healthcare Information Systems subsidiary develop and market computer-based practice management, patient records and revenue cycle management applications as well as connectivity products and services for medical and dental group practices. Visit http://www.qsii.com and http://www.nextgen.com for additional information.

About EDI Health Group, Inc.

EDI Health Group, Inc., (EHG) is a leading provider of enhanced connectivity, streamlined technology and transaction solutions for patients, payers and providers in the dental industry. The company's mission is to simplify business processes, increase productivity, enhance management and revenue cycles, and allow focus on quality customer service and patient care by providing streamlined connectivity solutions that integrate the needs of dental payers, patients and providers.

In addition to its robust EDI solutions, which have been integrated into a majority of the dental industry's leading practice management so
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