Azalea Health® Donates EHR Software to Rural Georgia School Clinics

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Cloud-based technology helps to improve access to healthcare for Coffee County students.

"We are confident that Azalea’s EHR will greatly benefit K-12 rural schools in Coffee County, and the families and communities surrounding them." - Sherrie Williams, GPT

Azalea Health (http://www.azaleahealth.com), a provider of cloud-based healthcare solutions and services, announces its participation in the Rural School-Based Telehealth Center Initiative by donating its Electronic Health Record (EHR) software, services, and training to rural, K-12, school clinics in Coffee County, Georgia. Azalea Health was invited to partner with Georgia Partnership of TeleHealth (GPT) in the grant program. Their EHR solution will provide these rural schools with a cloud-based technology that will enable the school clinics to better manage student health charts and records.

Students can be seen in their school clinic and, using the Azalea Health solution, patient encounters can be documented accurately and shared with specialty and permanent care providers. As a result, students are treated and diagnosed faster, and parents don’t have to take time off work or lose wages from driving long distances to their family care provider.

“Often parents in rural areas do not have access to quality healthcare,” says Marty Nall, Software Support and Training Specialist at Azalea Health. “They are forced to take time off work and lose income because they have to travel so far to see a primary care doctor. By having EHR and charting available at the school clinic, students will not have to miss school or delay medical care.”

Azalea Health is implementing its software in 12 elementary, middle, and high schools in Coffee County. The schools required a web-based medical billing software that included the ability of charting with multiple providers and locations. Azalea Health’s fully-integrated cloud-based medical billing software met the schools’ requirements.

“We are very excited to partner with Azalea Health in this important healthcare program with Coffee County schools,” said Sherrie Williams from Georgia Partnership for Telehealth (GPT). “We are confident that Azalea’s EHR will greatly benefit K-12 rural schools in Coffee County, and the families and communities surrounding them. Once we test the program in the Coffee County schools, we plan to extend the program to other rural schools.”

About Azalea Health
Azalea Health is a leading provider of cloud-based healthcare solutions and services. The complete Azalea solution provides Electronic Health Records (EHR), Practice Management (PM), Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) billing services, as well as Patient Health Records Portal, and a mobile mHealth application. With a focus on patient engagement, Azalea’s integrated solution has the flexibility to accommodate multiple specialties of any size practice and can immediately improve workflow as well as revenue flow. The solution also provides tools and resources to help customers meet their Meaningful Use and ICD-10 requirements. For more information, visit http://www.AzaleaHealth.com or call (877) 777-7686.

About Georgia Partnership for TeleHealth (GPT)
Georgia Partnership for TeleHealth is the leading agency in Georgia focusing on increasing access to healthcare through innovative use of technology including telemedicine, health information exchange and telehealth. The Georgia Telemedicine Program was built based on advances in the continually evolving telecommunications and computer industries, and on successes and lessons learned from other Telemedicine programs. The hallmark of Georgia Telemedicine is the Open Access Network, which is a web of statewide access points based on strategic partnerships with successful existing Telemedicine programs, and the creation of new Telemedicine locations, to maximize opportunities for timely specialty services. For more information, visit http://www.gatelehealth.org/ or call (866) 754-4325.

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