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HEALTHeLINK Inks Deal with EMR Vendors to Offer Discount Pricing

May 20, 2009
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, the Western New York Clinical Information Exchange, says it reached formal agreements with six EHR companies for the use of these technologies in local physician offices and other health care practices.

In order to help increase adoption rates, the companies have agreed to extend preferred community-based pricing for their products, technologies and services to HEALTHeLINK participants, the organization says.

The companies, all of which have products certified by the Commission for Healthcare Information Technology, are: Allscripts (Chicago), eClinicalWorks (Westborough, Mass.), McKesson Corp. (Alpharetta, Ga.), MedAppz LLC (Wichita, Kan.), NextGen (Horsham, Pa.) and Pulse Systems, Inc. (Wichita, Kan.).



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