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[February 13, 2013]

Stage7 Systems Transforms Healthcare IT & EHR Solutions for Hospitals, Medical Groups

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Feb. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Stage7 Systems, a healthcare information technology consulting firm, was recently engaged by a 200+ bed regional medical center in central Missouri and by a professional pediatric home care provider in Colorado.

Executive consultants from Stage7 Systems have begun working with these clients to select & implement new and/or replacement EHR systems and to develop long-range IT strategies. Over the course of these engagements, high levels of satisfaction have been reported and the results commended.

By leveraging Stage7 Systems' unique blend of strategic & tactical services, these and other representative clients will be able to take advantage of executive-level guidance in completing their EHR system selection & implementation, modernizing their underlying clinical infrastructure (hosted or on-premise), achieving Meaningful Use, transitioning to ICD-10, and developing an enterprise data strategy; a suite of services that only a handful of healthcare IT service providers can offer.

According to Shawn Torkelson, Stage7 Systems' Managing Director, these two engagements are leading indicators that the firm's broader strategy will ultimately be a success, "In the latter part of 2012, we announced the creation of a multi-phase healthcare IT transformation methodology designed to help community & rural hospitals and large ambulatory medical groups streamline EHR projects. These two initial engagements are perfect representations of our vision for how our firm can help build forward momentum for regional healthcare providers." To learn more about our multi-phase methodology visit http://www.stage7systems.com/consulting ABOUT STAGE7 SYSTEMS Stage7 Systems provides consulting services to healthcare providers throughout North America. Solutions we provide include healthcare IT strategy planning, EMR / EHR project consulting & staff augmentation, infrastructure modernization including desktop virtualization & Infrastructure-as-a-Service, and EMR / EHR system optimization. Vendor applications we often work with include Epic, Cerner, Meditech, Sunquest, NextGen, eClinicalWorks, McKesson, and Allscripts with Citrix as the primary underlying infrastructure platform. Learn more at http://www.stage7systems.com To contact Stage7 Systems about this release, please direct inquiries to: Shawn Torkelson, Media Relations, 800.934.4110, info@stage7systems.com This press release was issued through eReleases® Press Release Distribution. For more information, visit http://www.ereleases.com.

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