gloStream Presentation to Focus on Microsoft Platform’s Critical Role in EHR Development and Patient Information Access and Portability

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gloStream, maker of gloEMR, gloPM and gloSuite – the only medical practice software applications with Microsoft® Office built right in – today announced that Chief Executive Officer Mike Sappington and Chief Software Architect Yaw Kwakye will deliver a presentation about data portability and access during the Microsoft Health User’s Group Exchange 2010 (“MS-HUG 2010”). gloStream was selected to present after a competitive application process.

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“We believe that a Microsoft-based platform provides the most flexible and powerful solution for storage and access to patient information in electronic medical records and practice management systems,” said Mike Sappington, gloStream’s CEO.

gloStream, maker of gloEMR, gloPM and gloSuite – the only medical practice software applications with Microsoft® Office built right in – today announced that Chief Executive Officer Mike Sappington and Chief Software Architect Yaw Kwakye will deliver a presentation about data portability and access during the Microsoft Health User’s Group Exchange 2010 (“MS-HUG 2010”). gloStream was selected to present after a competitive application process.

MS-HUG 2010 will be held at the Georgia World Conference Center in Atlanta, Georgia and is a precursor to the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (“HIMSS”) show which will be held March 1-4, 2010 at the same location. Sappington and Kwakye will deliver their presentation from 2:45pm-3:45pm on Sunday, February 28, 2010.

“We believe that a Microsoft-based platform provides the most flexible and powerful solution for storage and access to patient information in electronic medical records and practice management systems,” said Mike Sappington, gloStream’s CEO. “As more and more doctors convert from paper to digital storage of patient information it’s critical that they are able to access and control this highly valuable data. We look forward to sharing our experiences and talking with industry peers about the importance of achieving true information portability by leveraging the world’s most widely adopted data format.”

Sappington and Kwakye will focus on how Open XML technology can be used to streamline the availability of critical medial data within Microsoft technology. As the only electronic medical record and practice management software company that embeds Microsoft Office into its applications, Sappington and Kwakye have a unique perspective about how Microsoft technology can be leveraged to ensure that doctors have quick and easy access to important patient health information.

To learn more about gloStream’s 100 percent success rate, visit gloStream at station 12 in the Microsoft booth (#6733) during HIMSS.

About gloStream
gloStream provides physicians and healthcare facilities with certified, voice-enabled electronic medical record and practice management solutions delivered and supported through a nationwide community of local technology Partners. gloStream products are secure, easy-to-use applications and the only solutions on the market with Microsoft Office built right in. gloStream Partners leverage gloDNA (“gloStream Detailed Needs Analysis”), a proprietary implementation process that has given gloStream a 100% success rate compared to an industry failure rate that averages 30-40%. Every practice that has installed a gloStream application continues to use it today. For more information visit http://www.glostream.com or call 877-456-3671.

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