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Spring Medical Partners with Neusoft Technologies

April 25, 2007
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Houston, Texas-based Spring Medical Systems, a provider of software solutions for medical practices, has partnered with Marietta, Ga.-based Nuesoft Technologies to provide integrated electronic health records (EHR) and practice management systems (PMS) for smaller practices.

Through the agreement, Spring Medical Systems' EHR application, SpringCharts, will be integrated with Nuesoft's Internet-based NueMD to streamline clinical processes and share data across the practice, say both companies.

According to Spring Medical, the solution will facilitate the management of both the clinical and business side of a medical practice, and includes a certified interface based on Health Level 7 (HL7) standards between both products.



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