||PracticeXpert Signs Agreement to Acquire PracticeOne
||Jonathan Doctor, Chief Executive Officer of PracticeXpert, stated, “We are very excited about the acquisition of PracticeOne. Its management, staff and solutions-set will be a real strength as we continue to enhance our ability to better serve the medical community. Similar to PracticeXpert, PracticeOne understands the advantages of combining technology with service into an integrated solution that delivers more to the customer.
||A4 Health Systems Acquires Canopy Systems To Expand Hospital Solution Offerings
||“We have been following Canopy Systems for several years now and have been continually impressed by their growth and success as well as their exceptional management team,” said John McConnell, chairman and CEO of A4. “Alan Winchester and his talented group bring a wealth of healthcare IT and care management expertise to A4, and we anticipate great achievements by this union.”
||ChartLogic, Inc. acquires Patient Education leader, DynoMed Inc.
||“ChartLogic and DynoMed began a strong partnership through the integration of patient education solutions in ChartLogic’s software, which led to the logical and strategic move of acquiring DynoMed,” Savage said. “With DynoMed, ChartLogic will expand its patient education solutions beyond the orthopaedic sector, in which DynoMed has focused.
||Public Company Management Corporation Awarded Compliance Contract with Winfield Financial Group, Inc.
||Under the terms of the contract, Public Company Management Services and Stephen Brock will receive 500,000 shares of Winfield Financial Group, Inc. common stock
||Total Practice Partner (TPP) Receives the InvestMed 2004 Award of Distinction for Most Complete Fully-Integrated Clinical System
||Physician Micro Systems, Inc. (PMSI)—the creator of the Practice Partner® line of electronic health record, practice management system, and computerized physician order entry software applications for ambulatory care practices—received the InvestMed 2004 Award of Distinction for Most Complete Fully-Integrated Clinical System.
||Misys Partners with Orion for Improved Data Exchange; Orion and Misys Sign OEM Agreement for Symphonia Messaging Tools
||Under the agreement, Orion’s Symphonia(TM) Messaging and Mapping Tools will be embedded in the following three Misys Optimum(TM) solutions, a family of leading clinical products that promote patient data sharing across all medical care settings
||CBay Systems and Bond Technologies Announce Strategic Partnership
||This multi-year agreement positions CBay as the preferred provider of medical transcription, dictation and technical integration services to Bond Technologies’ end users, through a national reseller channel.
||VitalWorks Reports Third-Quarter Results
||VitalWorks believes that the EBITDA measurement is a meaningful indicator of the company’s core operating performance and is used by management in evaluating such performance and in planning for future periods
||Ramp Corporation Announces Execution of Definitive Agreement and Closing of the Purchase of Point-Of-Care Technology Assets of Berdy Medical Systems Inc.
||Sophisticated Electronic Health Record and Speech Recognition Features to Be Integrated Into HealthRamp CarePoint(TM) and CareGiver(TM) Suites
||ChartLogic, Inc., has been named by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing privately held companies in the United States.
||ChartLogic™ Electronic Medical Office system has been named by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest growing privately held companies in the United States. The listing appears in Inc. Magazine’s 2004 Inc. 500 ranking that hits newsstands October 26th.
||Crown Medical Systems Retains MCC Financial Group for Investor Relations Support
||In an effort to increase its communications with current investors and raise its visibility in the investment community, Crown Medical Systems Inc. (OTCBB: CWME) announced today that is has retained the investor relations services of MCC Financial Group.
||ChartOne Announces Record New Customer Growth Following eWebHealth Acquisition; Success Reinforces Continued Adoption of Web-Based Medical Record Solutions
||ChartOne, Inc., the leading provider of on demand medical record solutions, experienced rapid third-quarter growth in sales of its eWebHealth Suite of electronic patient charting applications, the company announced today at the American Health Information Management Association’s 76th National Convention and Exhibit.
||Siemens and Oncology Services International Partner to Enhance U.S. Customer Support
||Siemens Medical Solutions has signed a two-year contract with Oncology Services International (OSI) to provide service, installation and upgrade support to Siemens oncology customers in the U.S. As a result of this agreement, Siemens becomes the first original equipment manufacturer (OEM) of linear accelerators to offer service support not only for its own systems, but also for the equipment from the other major manufacturers of these devices
||LanVision Systems Reports Second Quarter Fiscal 2004 Results
||“LanVision is a healthcare information technology company focused on digitally streamlining healthcare by providing solutions that improve document-centric information flows”
||MedcomSoft’s listing under review by TSX
||“MedcomSoft Inc. said today that the Toronto Stock Exchange is reviewing the eligibility of its common shares for continued listing on Canada’s largest stock market.”
||Electronic Medical Records Company Experiencing Record Sales Growth
||AcerMed, Inc. sales hit new high for EMR and Practice Management workflow solutions.
||Altient and SynaMed Announce Partnership
||Altient Corporation, a leading provider of unmatched end-to-end technology-based connectivity, infrastructure, and application solutions to physician practices, and SynaMed, a critically acclaimed leader in innovative integrated clinical and administrative software products, today announced a partnership.
||EMR Provider, InteGreat, Reports Profitability for 2nd Quarter
||“InteGreat, a leading provider of electronic medical records for large group physician practices, reports that it was profitable for the second quarter of 2004, on revenue growth of 57 percent over the same period in 2003. The company reports a strong backlog in revenue under contract totaling $20 million.”