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Healthcare Holdings Group, Inc. Forecasts Positive Change in EHR Landscape for General Practitioners and Chiropractors
Date:12/10/2012

Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) December 10, 2012

Healthcare Holdings Group, Inc.'s (HCH) comprehensive Electronic Health Records (EHR) launch at HIMSS13 will raise standards among general practitioners and chiropractic disciplines.

ChartZoneMD EHR Software Suite is ideally suited for practices seeking to replace cumbersome EHR’s, and uniquely positioned for those who are looking to buy new.

“Form, function, and compliance are critical in the choice of EHR software. The combination of those features is hard to find for GP’s, and almost non-existent for DC’s [Doctor Chiropractic]. We introduce flexibility, new technology, and common sense to a significantly restrictive software environment,” said Mr. Lenny Tambasco, CEO of the Company. “We have developed what we consider to be three game-changing software programs for the medical community. With ongoing success in the company’s new EHR Division, we are using a multi-discipline approach for our product debut at HIMSS13. HCH is looking to make a significant impression on the leaders of healthcare technology and the EHR market.”

“Simply put, there are features in the ChartZoneMD Suite that just haven’t been made available to smaller practices or their patients,” said Mr. Greg Roderick, Chief Information Officer and Senior Vice President –EHR Division. “We are on track for MU Certification in Q1 2013. We developed the technology and architecture to the standards of enterprise class without the integration headaches. HIMSS13 attendees will experience our approach to seamless data interaction first-hand. We couldn’t ask to be in a better position.”

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