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Edge Health Solutions Selects Allscripts ePrescribe for Mac OS X Medical and Dental Platform
Date:12/9/2008

CHICAGO and RICHMOND, British Columbia, Dec. 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Allscripts announced today that Edge Health Solutions, Inc. has selected the Enterprise version of Allscripts ePrescribe(TM) for 1,000 physicians and dentists who use Edge practice management software, developed specifically to leverage the power of Mac OS X(R).

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Canada-based Edge provides US and Canadian physicians and dentists with innovative practice management solutions exclusively for the Apple Mac(R) platform. Edge will provide the Allscripts solution as part of its next generation offerings for Apple desktops, laptops and mobile devices including the iPhone(R) and the new iPod(R) Touch.

"We're proud to partner with Allscripts to provide their industry-leading stand-alone electronic prescribing solution for the increasing numbers of physicians and dentists who are migrating to the Mac OS, which we believe is the most powerful and user-friendly operating system on the market today," said Troy Spracklin, President and Chief Executive Officer of Edge. "When we asked our current clients which electronic prescribing solution they wanted, the overwhelming response was Allscripts, because everyone knows and trusts the Allscripts name in this industry."

Allscripts transmitted more electronic prescriptions last year over the nationwide Pharmacy Health Information Exchange(TM) than any other e-prescribing vendor, and had the most electronic prescribers connected, according to SureScripts-RxHub, operator of the Exchange. The company is experiencing record-breaking week-over-week subscriber growth in the standalone Allscripts ePrescribe solution, primarily due to a recently-approved Medicare incentive program.

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