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

ly. From a pediatric standpoint, the information that Sage Intergy EHR requires the provider to enter will allow us to improve accuracy and better track - and improve - immunization compliance. From a general standpoint, we're excited about the Encounter Note enhancement. The new output that we developed using the wizard is clean, professional and personalized with our logo."

Another early adopter, Marcy Medlin, Administrator of Gainesville Hematology Oncology Associates, also in Florida, appreciates the interoperability enhancements.

"We've been automatically importing lab results into our electronic health record for years with Sage Intergy EHR," she said. "The newest version works well with even more systems, including our in-house lab system. This has been a huge timesaver and accuracy improver."

Sharon Howard, Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing at Sage, reinforced the company's commitment to continual enhancement.

"The challenges our customers face in this healthcare environment are significant," said Ms. Howard. "Declining reimbursements and increasing regulations put increased pressures on practices every year. Every Sage Intergy EHR enhancement must solve a customer problem and help them to face the challenges of our healthcare environment. Remaining static is simply not an option in an industry that undergoes continuous change."

About Sage Software Healthcare, Inc.

Sage Software Healthcare, Inc., provides integrated electronic health records, EDI applications and practice management systems to thousands of ambulatory care practices throughout North America. These systems enable physicians and practice managers to better manage their practices and improve profitability. Sage Software Healthcare, Inc. is based in Tampa, Fla., and is a division of Sage North America. For more information, please visit ww
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