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New Accenx Physician's Relations Department! Now At Your Service
Date:2/19/2008

IRVINE, Calif., Feb. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Accenx Technologies, Inc., a leading company in electronic medical record (EMR) interoperability and health care data integration solutions, announced today the launch of their new Physician's Relations Department, which serves as a support to their clients, such as large health systems, hospitals, and lab service providers and their efforts to promote physician outreach programs, and connect physician practices to RyTRAK HIE in preparation for the next generation of Health Information Exchange and Interoperability Systems.

The Physician Relations Department provides a value added service and is available to support Accenx Technologies' customer physician outreach efforts. The National Director of Physician Relations, Mr. Paul Lopez, directs the programs and strategies designed to foster positive relations with health systems and physician practices.

"By creating a seamless integration between the health system and the physician practice the exchange of critical health information can begin immediately. Accenx Technologies is committed to supporting our customer's investment in helping their physicians practice evidenced based medicine, improve coordination of care and receive clinical results timely and efficiently," says Lopez.

Accenx Technologies' physician relations department is also available to provide in market outreach support to assist in reaching physician practices, assist in the development of the educational tools needed to communicate technical content to lay individuals and conduct train-the-trainer seminars to hospital based physician outreach staff or facilitate and coordinate group provider education seminars on various interoperability technology solutions topics.

Accenx Technologies is pleased to assist their clients in expanding their reach. Please feel free to contact Paul Lopez, National Director of Physician Relations, at 949-727-9188 ext. 252, and allow us to help your physician practices get connected!

About Accenx Technologies, Inc.

Accenx Technologies is celebrating its 10th year anniversary of serving national and international health care organizations with health data integration and interoperability solutions.

Accenx Technologies' EMR Interoperability solution, RyTRAK(TM) HIE, enables the secure exchange of electronic patient information with the EMR/PMIS systems of remote physician offices and clinics, providing the foundation for new initiatives in health care data exchange by hospitals, public health agencies and managed care organization.

Ranked #1 in KLAS in 2005, 2006, and mid-year 2007 for Technical IT Services in healthcare, Accenx has over 140 healthcare customers, ranging from large health systems to regional facilities. For more information please visit http://www.accenx.com.


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