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McKesson Completes Practice Partner

October 29, 2007
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San Francisco-based McKesson Corporation has rolled out Practice Partner Complete, a bundled package of hosted EHR, practice management system, and billing and accounts receivable management services, according to the company.

The product also includes payer and patient connectivity powered by Atlanta-based RelayHealth, McKesson's connectivity services company. The new Practice Partner is offered via a performance-subscription service hosted over a secure Internet connection, which McKesson claims will eliminate the need for up-front capital investment.

The company says the software includes a multi-clinic scheduler as well as one of the eight EHRs to be certified in 2007 by the Chicago-based Certification Commission for Healthcare Information Technology

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