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Midwest Community Network Gets EMR

March 10, 2010
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InConcertCare, a network of facilities providing to underserved populations in Iowa and Nebraska, has selected U.K.-based GE Healthcare’s Centricity Practice for Community Health Centers.

According to the company, the solution will be utilized by more than 140 providers in the InConcertCare network, equipping the organization with tools to support their centers’ growing data collection needs, UDS and Title X reporting requirements and CHC-specific billing demands. With Centricity Practice, participating clinics can become fully automated by utilizing features such as integrated scheduling, electronic messaging, care alerts for physicians, real-time decision support, drug-disease interaction checks, ePrescribing and claims processing services to help improve management of the revenue cycle, it says.

InConcertCare is a network of eight community and migrant health centers serving 78,000 people in underserved communities throughout Iowa and Nebraska. The non-profit organization was established in 1997 to improve the delivery of accessible, efficient, coordinated, quality, and appropriate health care services for the medically underserved.

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