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Three HIT Service Companies Combine to Form One

August 30, 2010
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Berkheimer Outsourcing, Inc., Healthcare Management Group and New Century Healthcare Solutions LLC are pleased to announce the formation of ONE Source Healthcare Solutions, LLC, based in Bethlehem, Pa. This is a new concept in serving the Information Technology needs of healthcare providers in today’s ever changing healthcare industry. ONE Source offers physicians, hospitals and community clinics a “one-stop shopping” opportunity for acquiring, upgrading, and maintaining their technology needs with a full range of IT system and practice management solutions.

With the passage of the 2009 Healthcare Reform legislation, healthcare providers are being encouraged by the Federal and state governments, as well as major healthcare insurers, to adopt Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems as a means of improving health care services to their patients and reducing the overall cost of health care services. Consequently, healthcare providers are facing the challenge of investing in EHR systems and the IT and practice management support capabilities that these systems require.

ONE Source combines more than 25 years of experience of Berkheimer Outsourcing’s IT systems set-up and maintenance and document management services, Healthcare Management Group’s physician billing and coding services, and New Century Healthcare Solution’s healthcare and IT Systems professional consulting services. This offers a “one-stop shopping” approach to assist physicians, hospitals and community clinics in acquiring, implementing and maintaining their EHR and Practice Management systems.


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