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Danville Polyclinic Picks EHR for 40 Providers

April 20, 2010
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Danville Polyclinic, Ltd., the largest comprehensive multi-specialty clinic in Danville, Ill., has chosen Sage Intergy EHR (Tampa, Fla.) for its electronic documentation needs.

With 40 providers and more than 15 specialties and services, many patients visit multiple departments and physicians for their healthcare needs, and the company says Sage Intergy HER enables clinic staff to access the entire medical record online, in real time from multiple locations. Its HL7 interface also allows Danville Polyclinic to share with or receive information from hospitals or other medical practices, the company adds.

Danville Polyclinic, Ltd. has been a healthcare provider in Danville, Ill., since 1947. Danville Polyclinic offers primary care, specialty care, and an array of support services. Services include a licensed laboratory, radiology department, home health agency, and an urgent care department.

The company says implementation of Sage Intergy EHR throughout the practice will be complete in May 2010.

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