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Raintree Systems Launches the First Integrated Practice Management and Electronic Medical Records Application Within the Bariatric Surgery Industry

TEMECULA, Calif., March 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Raintree Systems, Inc., a national provider of integrated healthcare technology, practice management, and electronic medical records solutions, releases the first single solution practice management and electronic medical record product for Bariatric Surgery.

The Raintree Surgery Manager (RSM) architecture is suitable for a single center and enterprise-level implementations; thus it is highly scalable, easy to deploy, and securely accessible by authorized staff and physician partners anywhere an Internet connection is available. At the nucleus of the technology framework, is the Raintree workflow manager, Raintree Practice Principles(TM). Practice Principles(TM) enables our customers to adapt the functional steps of each employee role to the practical flow of their business operations norms. This design consideration assures suitability for bariatric practices, free-standing surgery centers, and hospital-based surgery departments.

Additionally, the Raintree Surgery Manager for Bariatrics received Bariatric Outcomes Longitudinal Database(TM) (BOLD(TM)) certification from Surgical Review Corporation (SRC). BOLD(TM) ( is a unique platform for evidence-based medicine, tracking complications and improvement or resolution of co-morbidities longitudinally in an effort to develop risk stratification guidelines that will promote improved patient care and outcomes.
BOLD has three primary goals:

-- To offer Centers a real-time tool to monitor their compliance with the

Bariatric Surgery Centers of Excellence (BSCOE) requirements.

-- To provide SRC with credible data that can be used to convince

consumers, employers, medical professionals, legislators and payors of

the value and efficacy of bariatric surgery.

-- To collect the information needed to improve patient outcomes.

RSM for Bariatrics is fully integrated with the MDNetSolutions LeadTracker(TM) (, an industry proven software program that tracks and manages bariatric leads from the first time they call, up and through the surgery process.

Raintree Systems is a provider of integrated patient registration, scheduling, electronic medical records, billing/collections, management/outcome reporting, and workflow management within a single application; empowering organizations to improve client/patient care, streamline workflows and enhance profitability. Raintree has a proven track record of success and customer satisfaction in Physical Rehabilitation, Surgery, Behavioral Health, Long-Term Pediatric Rehabilitation, Chiropractic, and Billing Service industries, with more than 2,000 implementations and 14,000 concurrent licensed users deployed throughout more than 50 specialties. Our customer base includes commercial, non-profit and government agencies across the US and Canada.

Contact Information

Telephone: (800) 333-1033


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