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MedAppz Signs Agreement with MedAssets to Offer SAAS-based Electronic Health Record to MedAssets' Non-acute Customers
Date:10/26/2009

MedAppz and MedAssets Enter Three Year GPO Agreement

Wichita, KS (PRWEB) October 26, 2009 -- MedAppz, a leading provider of Web-based electronic health record (EHR) applications and practice management/billing solutions, and MedAssets Supply Chain Systems, today announced a multiyear agreement to offer EHR software as a service (SaaS) solutions primarily to MedAssets' non-acute, ambulatory healthcare provider customers through its group purchasing organization (GPO).

The agreement will combine MedAppz' iSuite EHR and physician practice tools, with MedAssets' expertise in strengthening hospital, health system, and physician financial efficiencies through improving operating margins and cash flow. Ultimately, this GPO agreement is expected to help improve patient care, increase office efficiencies, and reduce risks for both patients and healthcare providers.

"Today, MedAssets has added a compelling offering to our contract portfolio. Since electronic health records are so important to healthcare providers, we're happy to offer MedAppz solutions to the more than 30,000 non-acute healthcare providers who utilize the MedAssets GPO," stated Mark Miriani, president, MedAssets Supply Chain Systems.

"MedAppz is delighted to partner with MedAssets," stated MedAppz' CEO, Brian Lichtlin. "By utilizing our iSuite SaaS solutions, healthcare providers and medical professionals can deploy an easy-to-implement solution that helps solve their day-to-day challenges. I am happy hundreds of thousands of patients can benefit from this partnership."

The CCHIT-certified MedAppz iSuite is a comprehensive system that allows ambulatory care practices to securely schedule appointments, chart patient information, write prescriptions, bill patients and file claims, while utilizing the compelling SaaS delivery model. CCHIT is the Certification Commission f
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