Rabbit Healthcare Systems to Demonstrate Rabbit's Oncology-Specific EHR in the EHR Vendor Lab at the 2011 ASCO Annual Meeting

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Having participated in the Vendor Lab since its inception in 2007,we appreciate the opportunity to once again demonstrate how Rabbit’s efficient and easy-to-use system navigates the demands of Meaningful Use and government requirements.

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"Once again we look forward to demonstrating how first-hand providers can easily interact with Rabbit technology and meet the needs of their demanding clinical practices.” Brad Vassberg, CEO and President

Rabbit Healthcare Systems has been selected to participate in the fifth annual American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Electronic Health Records (EHR) Lab to be held June 4-6 at the 2011 ASCO Annual Meeting in Chicago, IL. ASCO is the world's leading professional organization representing physicians who care for people with cancer. Rabbit Healthcare Systems, a leading medical-specialty technology company offering oncologists a one database EHR solution, is one of the few oncology-specific EHR’s to receive ONC-ATCB 2011/2012 certification as a complete EHR in 2010.

Having participated in the Vendor Lab since its inception in 2006, we appreciate the opportunity to once again demonstrate how Rabbit’s efficient and easy-to-use system navigates the demands of Meaningful Use and government requirements.    

The ASCO EHR Lab provides a unique opportunity for vendors to demonstrate their EHR to ASCO members and Annual Meeting attendees, including showcasing their product’s ability to perform clinical decision support, chemotherapy ordering, and QOPI case selection. Visitors to the EHR Lab are able compare different products, while also gaining hands-on experience with the latest EHR technology.

“The use of EHR’s in oncology has the ability to revolutionize the way that doctors treat patients with cancer,” said Brad Vassberg, CEO and President. “ASCO has identified EHRs as an important vehicle for advancing quality care and recognizes that the software’s success depends on whether they meet the needs of the practices that will be using them on a daily basis. Once again we look forward to demonstrating how first-hand providers can easily interact with Rabbit technology and meet the needs of their demanding clinical practices.”

“ASCO supports the adoption of electronic health records and other technology to improve the quality of cancer care,” said Dr. Peter Yu, Chair of ASCO’s Health IT Work Group. “Among other initiatives, the ASCO EHR Lab is an annual event for oncology professionals to research EHR technology and network with leaders in the field of EHR development. We are excited to host the EHR lab at our upcoming Annual Meeting with Rabbit Healthcare Systems as one of our key vendors.”

To learn more about ASCO’s EHR Lab, visit http://www.asco.org/ehrlab or visit the ASCO EHR Lab at booth number 17101 at the ASCO Annual Meeting.

About the EHR Company

For more information about Rabbit Healthcare Systems, visit http://www.rabbithealthcaresystems.com

Contact: Brad Vassberg 512.338.3338; 10801 N Mopac Expy, Suite 1-130, Austin TX 78759

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