Kennesaw/Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 19, 2009
Medical facilities of all sizes will soon be able to apply for grants and loans to purchase and install practice management software (EMR, HMR, PM). The government stimulus plan appears to be attempting to upgrade the keeping ability of doctors in order to foster an overall cost savings for the health care consumer at large.
In that light only certain EMR and practice management software will qualify for the stimulus money. At this time of printing a short list of software companies is not available. The actual certification process has been a grey area. One EMR software provider, eClinicalWorks out of Westborough, MA apparently has moved into top position. After arranging a distribution deal with Dell computers and Walmart corporation to sell their EMR package via Sams Clubs across the country, one cannot help but believe that eCW could be on the short list of software in line to be approved for government stimulus.
Harmony Computing Services Inc. is capable and experienced with eCW installations in recent years. Harmony is well experienced in the installation of this somewhat complex practice management software package. Harmony understands the computing environment required for success with eClinicalWorks. Harmony can build from scratch or manage existing installations of eClinicalWorks. Medical clients in north metro Atlanta will testify to both Harmony's eCW expertise as well as ongoing managed I.T. support in the medical environment.
Office managers often find themselves distracted from their normal duties by the troubleshooting process of a business I.T. system. With Harmony Computing Services acting as the liaison to the EMR software provider, downtime is reduced and productivity is increased. With Harmony Computing Services providing the guidance installation of eClinicalWorks will go smoothly, on time and on budget.
Harmony Computing Services, Inc. is a WBENC certified managed I.T. services company based in Cobb County, GA/USA.
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