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PMG Picks Med3000

July 27, 2007
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Pioneer Medical Group (PMG) of Cerritos, Calif. has selected Pittsburgh-based Med3000 for ASP-hosted electronic medical record technology using TouchWorks from Chicago-based Allscripts.

Med3000 provides healthcare management and IT designed to improve clinical outcomes and ROI. In addition to ASP information systems, the company also offers advanced data warehouse reporting tools, coding and compliance as well as financial and HR consulting.

PMG is an independent physician-owned multispecialty medical group with more than 50 providers in six Los Angeles counties.



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