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Intergy by Sage Targets Community Health

April 19, 2007
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Tampa, Fla.-based Sage Software will begin offering a new version of its Intergy by Sage solution, targeting the needs of community health centers.

Based on Sage Software's flagship Intergy product line, the new solution will include features to help manage sliding fee schedules, UDS, and behavioral health management.

Combined with other Sage Software products, the new offering will provide community health centers with the ability to manage funds, control budgets, and monitor accountability, according to the company. The solution is integrated with the Sage's Intergy EHR, practice management and electronic data interchange tools, and Sage Software's financial offerings.

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