We want to maximize our client's ability to collect HITECH Incentives. There are many details that could turn into hidden costs without proper guidance.
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Weston, FL (Vocus/PRWEB) March 17, 2011
gMed announces HITECH Advisor, a new consulting service that will guide practices step by step through the Meaningful Use process to collect HITECH incentives. The service is guaranteed and gMed will only get paid if the practice collects incentives.* "We want to maximize our client's ability to collect HITECH Incentives," said Joe Rubinsztain, MD, gMed's CEO. "There are many details that could turn into hidden costs without proper guidance. Our experts designed a service to monitor compliance, eliminate financial risk and the guesswork of Meaningful Use."
The HITECH Advisor Consulting Service will give practices direct access to a dedicated gMed expert who will be involved in all steps along the way to certification. From creating a project plan that outlines the certification strategy, to monitoring, filing and collecting HITECH Incentives.
For more information regarding HITECH Consultation Services, please contact gMed's Product Department at HITECHadvisor(at)gmed(dot)com.
gMed is a private company founded in 1997 to develop Electronic Health Records for single-specialty practices. gMed's application offers an integrated solution that is Specialty Specific and Easy to Use for Gastroenterology, Cardiology and Urology practices. gMed's technology is ONC-ATCB certified and enables practices to collect HITECH and other incentives. With more than 300 practices and over 2,900 physicians, gMed is the preferred EHR solution amongst specialty practices. gMed is a 2008 Fortune 5,000 company based in Weston, FL. For more information, please visit http://www.gmed.com
(*) See retainer conditions on contract
(**) gMed EHR Version 4 required