InterCare Psychiatric Services Selects MicroMD®

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Behavioral Health Group Practice Chooses MicroMD from Microsys Computing, Inc. as its Practice Management Software Solution.

Microsys Computing, Inc. announced that InterCare Psychiatric Services, an 18-provider behavioral health group practice in Pittsburgh, Pa., has selected its MicroMD® practice management system. MicroMD is the top-rated software among all client/server systems in the 2005 “Top 20: Best in KLAS” rankings in the Ambulatory Billing & Scheduling category (for groups of 6-25 physicians).

“We had separate systems for appointment scheduling and billing, and we needed an integrated practice management solution,” said Kristin Seitanakis, chief operations officer, InterCare Psychiatric Services. “We chose MicroMD because it is a complete and full-featured system that offers good value for the price. During our review and consideration of alternative solutions, we were particularly impressed with MicroMD’s features for task management, electronic data interchange and data reporting.”

About Microsys Computing, Inc.

Physicians and their practice administrators must have a robust, reliable and affordable practice management system from a dependable partner they can trust. Who can they count on? Microsys Computing, Inc. Since 1982, Microsys has pursued one mission: perfecting practice management software. Its award-winning MicroMD system is a powerful, versatile and full-featured solution that streamlines and automates medical office operations. Developed with Sybase® SQL Anywhere®, and leveraging the networking power of Microsoft® Windows®, with its client/server design, MicroMD scales to support growing medical practices. And the MicroMD Xpres Suite brings the freedom, convenience and productivity of mobile computing to physicians and their patients. More than 1,800 physician practices, spanning 40 different medical and surgical specialties, rely on MicroMD. For more information, call 800-624-8832 or visit http://www.micromd.com.

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