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ClearPractice Releases Nimble, EMR for the iPad

September 28, 2010
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St. Louis-based ClearPractice, a provider of software solutions for physicians and medical groups, announced the general market release of Nimble, the company's comprehensive electronic medical record application designed and developed specifically for the iPad.

Nimble is the first comprehensive EMR solution developed in iOS to run natively on the iPad. The product connects either through WiFi or 3G to the ClearPractice cloud so no data is stored on the device, making it secure and HIPAA compliant. The application contains all the features of the company’s existing SaaS-based EMR solution including scheduling, charting, prescribing, inpatient rounds, lab review/ordering, messaging and more. The product also seamlessly integrates with the company’s practice management and billing system so all charges are automatically captured, scrubbed, and electronically submitted for payment.


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