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Michigan CardioVascular Institute Selects Sage Intergy EHR to Streamline Clinical, Workflow and Reporting Efficiencies
Date:1/12/2009

Twenty-two location cardiovascular group practice to use Sage Intergy solutions to streamline data, drive best practices and position itself for pay-for-performance

TAMPA, Fla., Jan. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Michigan CardioVascular Institute, a Saginaw-Mich.-based group practice including 33 nationally recognized cardiologists and heart surgeons, today announced it selected the integrated Sage Intergy practice management (PM) and Sage Intergy EHR electronic health records system to improve care, workflow, data access and reporting. The group, which employs more than 260 people at 22 locations in mid Michigan, also wants to standardize care and prepare for a pay-for-performance environment.

"After carefully evaluating 11 vendors for the past year-and-a-half, we selected Sage because its solutions are the easiest to use, run on a single, integrated database, and most importantly, best fit our clinical, administrative and financial workflow processes," said Bill Hardimon, MCVI's CEO.

"Physicians also deemed Sage to be the most flexible of all the systems they considered," Hardimon continued. "They feel Sage Intergy EHR respects their individual preferences because its look and feel can be customized according to each physician's specifications without adversely impacting MCVI's overall operations and objectives."

Added CEO Hardimon, "Sage's team has been extremely responsive through every step of the process and continues to demonstrate that commitment as they guide us through the planning, training and implementation stages."

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