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Hospitals Across the Country Select Prognosis HIS Enterprise Clinical and Financial System
Date:5/30/2012

HOUSTON, May 30, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Several hospitals handed a resolute vote of confidence over to Prognosis Health Information Systems by selecting its enterprise clinical and financial system. Healthmark Regional Medical Center, Millford Memorial Hospital, Beaver Valley Hospital and Kit Carson Memorial Hospital plan on leveraging the solution to provide cost-effective quality care while also meeting the meaningful use requirements associated with the government's electronic health records (EHR) incentive program.

"Prognosis HIS understands how we operate and is providing a system that truly supports our needs. We searched for a long time to find a vendor that could comprehend our workflow and then implement their technology to enhance what we do," says Gerald Beard, COO at Healthmark, a 50-bed hospital in DeFuniak Springs, Fla. "We want to move forward with more advanced technology, but we also want to make sure that we won't have to screech to a halt and shut down our operations in the implementation process."

To take this step, Healthmark is implementing Prognosis HIS' enterprise solution, which includes an EHR and a patient and general accounting system. Built upon cutting-edge architecture that offers local and cloud-based implementation options, the solution is designed to improve efficiency and eliminate the cumbersome manual transfer of data between disparate systems.

In addition, the system helps providers overcome the long-held financial and operational barriers to EHR success. For example, 100 percent of eligible Prognosis HIS clients have achieved Stage 1 meaningful use requirements, meaning they have already received or are set to receive incentive funds under the HITECH provisions of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).

"The fact that Prognosis provides an online application along with vendor support to meet meaningful use played a big part in our selection," Beard says. "We also know that Prognos
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