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Practice Fusion Partners with PSI and Azalea

December 21, 2007
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San Francisco-based Practice Fusion is partnering with Physician Services Inc. (PSI) of Escondido, Calif. and Azalea Health Innovations Inc. of Valdosta, Ga., in an effort to expand its presence in the West and Southeast.

Practice Fusion provides on-demand healthcare solutions to the medical practice community. These partnerships extend a company’s ability to provide clients with billing services and increased professional services capabilities in its growing regions, the company says.

PSI, one of the largest billing services in California, will provide preferred billing services for the Practice Fusion community. PSI will also offer the Practice Fusion EMR to its client base.

Azalea Health Innovations, serving the independent practitioner community in the South Georgia, North Florida regions, provides a complete range of system, technical and billing consulting services for its clients. With this partnership, Azalea Health Innovations will become an authorized distributor and professional services partner for Practice Fusion.

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