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ITelagen Taps Joel Taylor as Chief Healthcare Officer New Executive to Spearhead EMR Implementations
Date:10/12/2009

ITelagen, Inc., innovative provider of one-stop, flat-fee healthcare information technology and support, announced it is bringing proven "insiders' expertise" to its electronic medical records (EMR) clients through the hiring of new Chief Healthcare Officer Joel Taylor. Taylor joins ITelagen in delivering its combination of EMR, hosting and billing services to practices and medical groups of all scopes and sizes, with affordable flat-percentage-based pricing.

Jersey City, N.J. (PRWEB) October 12, 2009 -- ITelagen, Inc., innovative provider of one-stop, flat-fee healthcare information technology and support, announced it is bringing proven "insiders' expertise" to its electronic medical records (EMR) clients through the hiring of new Chief Healthcare Officer Joel Taylor. Taylor joins ITelagen in delivering its combination of EMR, hosting and billing services to practices and medical groups of all scopes and sizes, with affordable flat-percentage-based pricing.

Most recently, Taylor oversaw New York City's Manhattan's Physician Group's (MPG) transition to the NextGen EMR system. As the largest private medical group in Manhattan, MPG's conversion required meeting the specific and disparate needs of nearly 100 physicians, comprising literally dozens of specialties.

"The hardest part of an EMR implementation can be matching the technology with individual doctors' needs, expectations and accepted ways of practicing medicine," explains ITelagen Chief Executive Officer John O'Keefe. "Joel's mandate at MPG, to 'make the doctors happy,' was a critical part of that project's resounding success. At ITelagen we're thrilled to make that kind of expertise available to all our EMR clients."

"Billing, hosting and IT support are challenges faced by all medical practices adopting EMRs," says Taylor. "Providing a 'one-stop shop'
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