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Noteworthy Medical Systems Demonstrates National Health Information Network (NHIN) Interoperability
Date:8/31/2009

According to Dr. David Blumenthal, National Coordinator for Health Information Technology, nationwide electronic health information exchange is critical because it provides the best opportunity for each patient to receive optimal care. "The technology will make patients' complete medical information securely and reliably available to healthcare providers where and when it is needed--when clinician and patient are together facing medical decisions that can make a lasting difference," Blumenthal said in a recent Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology update.

All Noteworthy products are being aligned with CompuGROUP's systemic use of best practices, which include feedback from customers and expert groups, as well as CompuGROUP's own experiences on a transnational basis. Noteworthy plans to continue working with Mirth to develop connectivity solutions, including the creation of a permanent connection to the NHIN that can be used by clients in any of Noteworthy's connected communities.

About Noteworthy Medical Systems, Inc.

Noteworthy Medical Systems, Inc., is a privately held company founded in 1996 that provides a comprehensive set of tools to effectively manage and facilitate care in the ambulatory setting. Noteworthy's focus is to provide sophisticated applications for doctors' offices as well as the technology to connect physicians, hospitals and healthcare communities for improved care and communication. For more information, call 877.891.8777 or visit www.noteworthymedical.com.

About CompuGROUP Holding AG

CompuGROUP is one of the leading eHealth companies worldwide. Its software products, designed to support all medical and organizational activities in doctors' offices and hospitals, its information services for all parties involved in the hea
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