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Ingram Micro and NextGen Healthcare Team Up to Influence the Swift Adoption of Electronic Healthcare Records in U.S.
Date:2/8/2010

elp providers demonstrate meaningful use and qualify for stimulus incentive payments," says Scott Decker, president of NextGen Healthcare. "Working with Ingram Micro will enable us to leverage its extensive distribution network and technology capabilities to extend our market reach and meet this demand."

According to a State of the Market survey recently conducted by Everything Channel, healthcare ranks as the second highest vertical that U.S. solution providers plan to focus on in 2010, behind the federal market.  In addition, a recent poll of Ingram Micro's VentureTech Network shows healthcare as the No. 1 vertical market targeted by this elite channel partner community.  

"We see tremendous opportunity, demand and growth for tailored IT solutions within the healthcare market – especially among those practices and facilities looking to benefit from deploying EHR solutions," says Guy Baroan, president of Baroan Technologies, Elmwood Park, New Jersey.  "NextGen EHR is the solution of choice for the healthcare industry – making this announcement from Ingram Micro all the more valuable to the IT channel."  

For more information about the IMHealth program or NextGen Healthcare, solution providers can visit www.ingrammicro.com/healthcare, contact the Ingram Micro Healthcare Program Desk at (800) 456-8000, ext. 77846, or email

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