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Golden Valley Selects EHR

November 23, 2009
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Golden Valley Medical Clinics of Clinton, Mo., has selected InteGreat, a division of Scottsdale, Ariz.-based MED3OOO Company, to implement and deploy InteGreat EHR, the company says.

The browser-based EHR adapts to clinical workflows by automating common physician activities, including prescribing, capturing charges and ordering lab tests, the company says. In addition, it says the InteGreat product provides viewing results, and documents clinical encounters.

Golden Valley Medical Clinics are affiliated with Golden Valley Memorial Hospital and serve patients in the rural Golden Valley area as well as surrounding communities. The clinic serves patients in three locations and is one of the largest group practices in rural Missouri, with 21 physicians and four nurse practitioners. Facilities include three fully equipped laboratories and X-ray departments, diagnostic ultrasonography, and digital mammography.

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