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Misys Program Aims to Drive EMR Adoption

June 9, 2008
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Raleigh, N.C.-based Misys Healthcare Systems has introduced its new Reseller Partner Program that will be authorized for resellers of Misys MyWay, an integrated EMR solution.

Members of the program will have full access to an array of Misys services and benefits, including sales, technical and marketing support, the company says.

The program is comprised of three tiers: Bronze, Silver and Gold partner status, which result in varying incentives and earned margins. Misys says reseller clients will be able to implement a fully-integrated EMR solution from an established vendor, while accessing personal support from the trusted partner organization.

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