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Greenway Medical Technologies' PrimeSuite Wins Three Best in KLAS Awards
Date:12/16/2009

CARROLLTON, Ga., Dec. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Greenway Medical Technologies, Inc. today announced that its fully integrated, single-database electronic health record (EHR), practice management and interoperability solution, PrimeSuite® 2011, won three "Best in KLAS" awards in the annual 2009 Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Professional Services report.

For practices having between six and 25 physicians, PrimeSuite Chart was named Best in KLAS in ambulatory EMR for the fourth consecutive year and PrimeSuite Practice in practice management for the second consecutive year. PrimeSuite Chart was also named Best in KLAS in ambulatory EMR for the second consecutive year for practices having between two and five physicians.

Overall, Greenway Medical Technologies has received Best in KLAS awards in all three categories for two consecutive years.

To reach its awards conclusions, KLAS surveys hospital and clinic executives, administrators, physicians, nurses, and other directors and managers with business responsibilities regarding their experience with health information technology. KLAS routinely surveys approximately 5,000 hospitals and nearly 3,000 ambulatory organizations annually.

"People ask me why Greenway keeps leading in the KLAS arena, and I firmly believe it has to do with our road map for success that we implement with each customer and the usability of our innovative PrimeSuite 2011 service. This recognition continues to prove that Greenway ensures the happiness and success of its customer base and that we have the most usable integrated ambulatory EHR solution in the healthcare industry," said Greenway President Tee Green. "We appreciate the diligence KLAS brings to its annual rankings, and these three Best in KLAS awards culminate an important year for Greenway and its more than 22,000 healthcare provider customer base as PrimeSuite 2
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