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SiliconMesa Partners with DrFirst to Add E-prescribing and Medication Adherence Functionality to SiliconMesa EHR
Date:3/18/2013

hed healthcare software solutions leader, demonstrates our ongoing dedication to expand SiliconMesa EHR functionality for our clients,” said Aaron Garcia, CEO of SiliconMesa. “The integration of DrFirst’s Rcopia e-prescribing technology with SiliconMesa EHR allows our clients to be one step ahead of electronic prescribing mandates, provide a higher level of patient service and safety by minimizing potential adverse drug events, and will increase staff productivity due to less time spent with pharmacy questions and renewal requests. Going forward, we will continue to push the technology envelope with innovations that stay ahead of client demand, and deliver the best and most affordable EHR solution possible.”

“SiliconMesa is committed to being ahead of the curve in leveraging advanced, affordable technologies that enable doctors with a better clinical picture of their patient and help improve patient outcomes,” said G. Cameron Deemer, president of DrFirst. “SiliconMesa providers will experience streamlined workflows and direct, positive patient impact on a daily basis through the addition of DrFirst’s innovative services to the SiliconMesa EHR.”

About SiliconMesa
SiliconMesa is a New Mexico business service corporation specializing in secure cloud-based software and data storage solutions for small businesses. Its flagship product, SiliconMesa® EHR, is an affordable, certified, highly secure, and fully integrated electronic health records and practice management solution that is customized to preserve existing workflows and designed to maximize practice revenue and lower operating costs, while improving patient care quality and meeting legal obligations for Meaningful Use. As the only fully certified EHR provider located in New Mexico or West Texas, SiliconMesa is proud to serve the EHR and practice management needs of medical practices in the region, and the greater United States and Mexico. For more information about SiliconMesa, g
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