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Greenway Medical Technologies Advances Interoperability at Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE) North America Connectathon
Date:1/11/2010

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Other Connectathon testings entail the use of Emergency Department Referrals (EDR), Drug Safety Content (DSC), Retrieve Protocol for Execution (RPE), Clinical Research Data Capture (CRD) and other interoperability functions within the scenarios of Emergency Care, Chronic Care with Remote Monitoring, Biosurveillance, Immunization and other settings.

Greenway combines the EHR capabilities of PrimeSuite with its integrated PrimeExchange® interoperability engine to allow providers and all users to share for review and analysis clinical information that also streamlines companion administrative and financial information as well.

"These ongoing series of testing scenarios prove PrimeSuite's capabilities to our customers to continually achieve the standards and interoperability which are now at the heart of the new meaningful use proposals making their way to final regulation," said Greenway President Tee Green. "This not only goes a long way toward the incentives within the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, but establishes the ability to provide quality exchange for Regional Extension Center, Health Information Exchange and Federally Qualified Health Center programs, and ultimately the integrated national healthcare network that will prove to be a benefit for patients and providers alike. We are pleased to take this board-level leadership role within IHE through Justin's appointment, as we look forward to the HIMSS10 showcases, and above all, the evolution of a fully-integrated and interoperable national and global healthcare system which IHE enables."

About Greenway Medical Technologies, Inc.

Greenway Medical Technologies provides the latest in EHR, ambulatory healthcare and clinical research business solutions and services to more than 22,000 healthcare providers nationwide, in 30 specialties and subspecialt
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