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Purkinje Launches CareSeries Plus

May 23, 2007
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Purkinje, a managed software and professional services partner of physicians, has launched CareSeries Plus, a solution that provides small and medium-sized medical practices a single source for clinical and billing requirements.

According to Purkinje, CareSeries Plus combines its suite of integrated, Web-based practice management and electronic medical record applications with value-added billing and A/R management services.

CareSeries Plus customers also receive free access to Purkinje's suite of Web-based applications, including electronic health record, practice management, e-prescribing and personal health record modules that facilitate clinical and administrative workflow, contends the St. Louis, Mo.-based company.



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