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Sage Launches Sage Intergy Version 5.5 Integrated Electronic Health Records and Practice Management System
Date:1/26/2009

other - occur on time. Additionally, a number of workflow enhancements - for example, transfer of care - have been made making the physician experience even more positive.
  • Increased interoperability for pediatric practices, including for immunization tracking and registry transmittal.
  • Encounter Note wizard allows practices to modify the output of the codified data for a more pleasing, natural-looking encounter note.
  • Feedback from early adopters of Sage Intergy version 5.5 has been overwhelmingly positive. According to Jeff Livingston, MD, of MacArthur OB/Gyn in Irving, Texas, "The additional high-risk features in this version helps our medical assistants, labor and delivery nurses and covering physicians easily recognize the medical complications of a particular patient's pregnancy. This allows for quick, well-informed decision making. We also appreciate the increased ePrescribing interoperability. The new functionality allows me to see drugs that other providers may have prescribed, absolutely helping me to analyze interactions and prevent errors."

    Dr. Livingston also stressed the importance of ease of use and support. "The workflow enhancements have dramatically improved my efficiency," he stated. "Sage Intergy EHR is designed around physicians' usual method of documenting on paper, so the transition is natural. The customer support and integration teams from Sage are excellent and light years ahead of the competition. Most physicians undervalue the need for good support. But in my opinion the support provided should be the number one concern when choosing an electronic health record."

    Carol Eleder Ellis, Practice Administrator at Alliance Pediatrics, PA in Gainesville, Florida, praised Sage Intergy EHR pediatric enhancements.

    "Our six providers - 4 physicians and 2 nurse practitioners - see between 100 and 120 patients dai
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