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Black Hills Orthopedics & Spine Center Selects Sage Intergy EHR to Improve Clinical, Operational and Financial Efficiencies
Date:4/6/2009

Six-location, orthopedic practice based in South Dakota implements Intergy EHR to enhance care for patients across five-state area

TAMPA, Fla., April 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Sage announced that Black Hills Orthopedics & Spine Center (BHOSC), a Rapid City, S.D., 15-doctor orthopedics and rheumatology practice, has selected Sage Intergy EHR electronic health records and Sage Intergy practice management solution to improve clinical, financial and operational efficiencies. The practice operates six offices serving residents of Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wyoming.

"The physicians selected Intergy EHR because of its ease of use, robustness and flexibility that will support future expansion," said Jim Scherrer, Pharm.D, business director at BHOSC. "Most importantly, Sage Intergy EHR positions BHOSC to extend its leadership as a center of excellence for surgical and non-surgical bone and joint care in our service area. Physicians and other caregivers will be able to easily access patient records at the point of care and employees will be more productive because they won't have to waste time chasing down paper records."

According to Sharon Howard, senior vice president, sales and marketing for Sage. "We are pleased to partner with one of the leading orthopedic practices in the country. We look forward to helping them realize their clinical, financial and strategic objectives."

To see a demonstration of Sage Intergy EHR, stop by booth 4404 at HIMSS in Chicago.

About Black Hills Orthopedics & Spine Center

Based in Rapid City, S.D., Black Hills Orthopedics & Spine Center (BHOSC) provides a full spectrum of surgical and non-surgical bone and joint care. BHOSC's medical team of 12 orthopedic surgeons, two rheumatologists, a podiatrist, six physician assistants and 10 physical therapists serves residents of Montana
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