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digiChart Changes Name To Artemis

NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- digiChart, Inc., a privately-held company specializing in mobile patient engagement and specialty-specific technology solutions for OB-GYN physician practices, announced today that it has changed its name to Artemis. The company revealed its new brand today in New Orleans during the Annual Clinical Meeting of the American Conference of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. 

Artemis offers a proprietary suite of specialized OB-GYN software solutions including: digiChart® OB-GYN electronic health record; PracticeSmart® an integrated EHR and practice management solution powered by ADP® AdvancedMD; and TouchPoint™, a mobile patient engagement solution. 

"The new company identity better reflects our mission and vision for the future. We want to be our customers' most trusted partner in improving the delivery of care through innovative technologies designed specifically for the OB-GYN physician practice," said Phillip D. Suiter , Artemis President and CEO. "We developed digiChart OB-GYN, the first OB-GYN-specific EHR solution in the U.S., more than a dozen years ago and are aggressively pursuing the next phase of growth and innovation for the company as we build on our track record of success and stability in the niche OB-GYN market."

Artemis is the only healthcare technology company that develops and markets EHR, practice management, and mobile patient engagement solutions specifically for OB-GYN physician practices. Its cloud-based digiChart® OB-GYN EHR incorporates the complete Antepartum record (forms A through U) and the progress note to eliminate manual transcription.

The company was founded in 1996 and currently serves approximately 1,400 physicians and practices across 45 states. More than 2 million women's records and 100,000 active pregnancies are managed using Artemis solutions.

Artemis will continue to support existing digiChart products and is making significant investments in dynamic new technologies that help specialty physician practices eliminate inefficiencies and increase profitability.

"We chose the tagline 'Bridging Your Practice to Your Patients' as part of our new brand because we want to deliver solutions that bridge the clinical, administrative, and financial areas of a practice. Our technology solutions and services deliver real value because they are developed specifically for the unique OB-GYN workflow," said Suiter.

Artemis has communicated directly with customers about the change to ensure a seamless transition from digiChart to Artemis, including ongoing customer service and technical support. The company will continue operating out of the same corporate headquarters in Brentwood, Tenn.

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About Artemis
Artemis provides innovative workflow and mobile patient engagement solutions designed specifically for OB-GYN physician practices. The company was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Brentwood, Tenn. Nearly 1,400 physicians and practices across 45 states use Artemis solutions to improve the delivery of care, eliminate inefficiencies, and increase profitability. Artemis Bridges Your Practice to Your Patients. Visit for more information.Media Contact:Dave ChaneyLam-Andrews(615) 297-7717, ext.

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