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[December 03, 2012]

Spring Medical Systems Selects Clinigence to Enhance Clinical Data Analytics Capabilities

ATLANTA --(Business Wire)--

Clinigence, a next-generation clinical business intelligence technology provider, today announced a strategic alliance with Spring Medical Systems. Through this alliance, SpringCharts EHR users will leverage Clinigence's collaborative analytics solution to generate timely, trackable reports that measure and visually represent clinical quality, patient outcomes and cost. This insight will enable providers to further enhance patient care while aligning with new value-based payment and coordinated care delivery models.

"Insight is critical as hospitals and physician practices look to take advantage of the many clinical and financial opportunities afforded to them in this new era of healthcare," said Kobi Margolin, CEO of Clinigence. "We applaud Spring Medical's commitment to value-based reporting and look forward to helping provide SpringCharts users with a 'leg up' as they pursue pay-for-performance, Meaningful Use (MU) and other initiatives."

The Clinigence solution is built around several key capabilities, including clinical data analytics, data mining, predictive modeling and business intelligence. Leveraging cloud-based semantic collaboration, the solution fuels a continuous cycle of improvement in staff performance and process effectiveness while accelerating the creation of best practices.

"Having the most accurate patient data to report against, no matter the criteria, is more critical than ever," said Mark Benvegnu, president and CEO of Spring Medical Systems. "We're thrilled to provide our SpringChart users with access to an advanced technology platform that will support their MU reporting requirements and their future analytics needs."

About Spring Medical Systems

Spring Medical Systems, Inc., was founded by a team of physicians and technology professionals with the primary goal of developing easy-to-use software solutions that empower physicians to increase efficiency, reduce costs, and provide better patient care. The Company's flagship offering is the SpringCharts® family of products. These innovative solutions combine the right mix of rich functionality, intuitive ease of use, and affordability needed to enable rapid and complete documentation with a minimum of cost and disruption. Now in use by thousands of physicians in a variety of medical specialties, SpringCharts products provide complete solutions for independent medical offices.

About Clinigence

Clinigence, LLC, in Atlanta, GA, is a health information technology company that develops, publishes and delivers collaborative software-as-a-service (SaaS) to help healthcare providers derive business value from clinical data and quality patient care. The Clinigence solution is tailored to the emerging needs of healthcare providers due to the shift of the US healthcare system from volume- to value-based purchasing and the growing demand for quality patient care.

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