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Medical Transcription Service, MxSecure, Partners with CHV to Enhance Community Health Care
Date:7/29/2009

Agreement with Community Health Ventures (CHV) makes leading medical transcription service, MxSecure, available to 7,000 member health centers, serving 18 million patients

Scottsdale, AZ, (PRWEB) July 28, 2009 - Community Health Ventures (CHV) and MxSecure, Inc. today announced an agreement that names MxSecure a preferred partner for the provision of digital dictation, medical transcription and document management service to over 7,000 health centers nationally. This partnership showcases both organizations commitment to increase the adoption of electronic health records in community health centers.

"MxSecure is proud to be contributing to CHV's efforts to extend quality health care to the millions of those underserved all across the country," said MxSecure's President and CEO, Colin Christie. "We believe we can help community health centers provide higher quality, more efficient health services to their patients, and maintain more accurate patient records, all at a very affordable cost. That helps everyone."

"CHV is excited about the opportunity to work with MxSecure in promoting this necessary and quality service to health centers," said Gwen Siebert CHV's Chief Operating Officer. "We not only feel that health centers will gain a valued partner in MxSecure, but will save money in the process. All things considered, this will move health centers closer to their stated goals of high quality and affordable care provided in the most dignified manner."


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