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Preferred Management Corp. Installs OpusClinicalSuite(R) at 2 Texas Hospitals
Date:12/11/2008

AUSTIN, Texas, Dec. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Preferred Management Corporation of Shawnee, OK will be implementing the OpusClinicalSuite(R) information system for two hospitals near Amarillo, Texas. The hospitals, Parmer County Community Hospital in Friona and Collingsworth General Hospital in Wellington, are both federally designated critical access hospitals serving rural areas. Both hospitals are administered by Preferred Management Corporation which provides management and strategic planning services to hospitals in Texas and Oklahoma.

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The OpusClinicalSuite(R), an advanced clinical information system from Opus Healthcare Solutions, Austin, TX, will be provided on an ASP (Application Service Provider) basis. This will enable the two rural hospitals to obtain the latest clinical information system without a major upfront cost in new hardware and support staff.

Overall funding for the implementation of the new technology came through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' FLEX-CAH HIT (critical access hospital health information technology) grant program, which has made 16 separate grants of $1.6 million each in different states. In Texas, the federal CAH HIT grant program is administered by the Office of Rural Community Affairs' (ORCA) State Office of Rural Health, a state agency which oversees programs to increase rural communities' access to quality healthcare.

Theresa Cruz, Texas State Office of Rural Health Director, noted "We believe that the critical access hospitals participating in the Technology Grant Program will benefit greatly from the OpusClinicalSuite(R) information system. The neediest rural areas of our state often do not have access to quality products such as this, due to limited resources. We look forward to the possibi
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