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New Web-Based MethodOne Clinic Management Software
Date:1/25/2010

PITTSBURGH, Jan. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Computalogic, a clinical management company, has introduced MethodOne. MethodOne, a web-based clinical management software system, offers single and multi-clinic opiate addiction treatment facilities an efficient way to run at a lower cost with added benefits. As a user-friendly system, MethodOne does not require the operator to have a Windows application to be able to run. All that the clinic needs is a web browser.

There are five key management areas with MethodOne's management system. Clinical, financial, dispensing, medical and counseling features enhance clinical operations all while meeting clinic requirements. MethodOne will increase accountability of staff, enhance treatment procedures, and ensure the overall well-being and experience of all patients. The featured management areas will effectively improve communication, scheduling, documentation and patient management. The software will speed up everything in the clinic from getting patients in and out at the right time, dispensing accurately, and making sure accounts are correct. In the long run, MethodOne will save each clinic time and money.

MethodOne's web-based system gives every clinic more for less when it comes to cost and benefits. Clinical data will be safely stored and always available through Computalogic's maintenance and backup system. There is also local installation of the system available so clinics can host themselves if preferred. However, if MethodOne is chosen to host, configuration of users of the clinics choice can login from anywhere, anytime if and when necessary. This way, clinics do not have the added cost of an IT staff. Computalogic also offers on or off site training, data conversion from any legacy system that might be currently running and full support as long as the clinic is a customer.

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