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Florida Medical Association Picks Sage to Help Physicians with Meaningful Use

Sage Healthcare Division, a major provider of electronic health records and practice management software, said it will participate in the Florida Medical Association’s new series of workshops in nine Florida cities to help physicians achieve meaningful use compliance.

According to the Florida Medical Association, 18 workshops, scheduled from January through April 2011, will be offered to guide doctors through the process of choosing, implementing and upgrading an EHR system to meet their practice needs.

Physicians will have an opportunity to test Sage Intergy HER, which is a certified meaningful use software solution. It’s a comprehensive clinical, financial and administrative solution that empowers physicians to advance the quality and efficiency of care they deliver. The Sage Intergy family of products includes integrated practice management, electronic health records, clinical and business intelligence and a Web-based portal for online patient engagement.

Providers can access Sage Intergy EHR remotely, through a central patient database server, or as a Sage-hosted solution on a monthly subscription basis. It tracks the details of a patient's clinical history, shares and manages clinical information and combines complex medical practice functions into easy-to-navigate menus. It also features billing, reporting and task management, and fully integrates  with several of the company’s other products.

The Florida Medical Association’s EHR workshops are also open to practice administrators and office personnel. The workshops are free for Florida Medical Association and county medical society members. People interested in attending the workshops or to register can check out the website at or contact the Florida Medical Association at 800-762-0233.

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