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Press Releases from Bizmatics, Inc. (4 total)

Urgent Care EMR Provider PrognoCIS Works With the AAUCM to Offer EMR Solutions

January 31, 2012 (San Jose, CA) – The American Academy of Urgent Care Medicine (or AAUCM) - through its affiliation with Quest National Services - is teaming up with PrognoCIS electronic medical record software to offer an EMR solution suitable for the unique needs of urgent care providers. The urgent care market has been somewhat underserved in the electronic medical records market, but the intuitive features and customizability of

Bizmatics Customers Receive Meaningful Use Stimulus Checks After EMR Implementat …

September 26, 2011 (San Jose, California) – Users of PrognoCIS electronic medical records (EMR) have begun and will continue to receive federal stimulus checks, reports the EMR medical software and services provider Bizmatics Inc. Their flagship EMR product PrognoCIS is helping many physicians qualify for federal funding to assist with EMR costs, and the number of Bizmatics customers receiving money per month has increased significantly over the past several months. “I

Practice Management Systems Provider Bizmatics Introduces New, Easy Way to Track …

July 5, 2011 (San Jose, CA) - Clinical and business productivity solutions provider Bizmatics is announcing the launch of the ARRA Dashboard in their flagship EMR software PrognoCIS. Dedicated to making it easier than ever for practices to obtain their ARRA funding, Bizmatics’ new tool allows users to track their progress on meeting the requirements for Meaningful Use. The ARRA allots for federal incentives to practices and hospitals that

PrognoCIS EMR chosen for CO-REC’s list of approved Electronic Health Record (E …

(San Jose, CA) - December 22, 2010 - Colorado Regional Extension Center (CO-REC) placed PrognoCIS v2.0 on its list of approved Electronic Health Record (EHR) products last week. After a three-month review period, CO-REC selected 14 EHR integration products that were not only ONC-ATCB certified but also met additional criteria. Beginning in 2011, healthcare providers “meaningfully” using electronic health record software per the “meaningful use” standards set forth by the