News | August 18, 2008

Noteworthy Medical Systems to Acquire ChartConnect

August 19, 2008 - Noteworthy Medical Systems Inc., reported originator of the market's only three-screen ambulatory electronic health record (EHR), said it is acquiring ChartConnect Inc.

ChartConnect's Web-based applications reportedly facilitate communication between care providers and securely allow the exchange and transfer of clinical information between care providers and the various parties who support the provision of care in a community, i.e., laboratories, radiology departments, pharmacies, hospitals, transcription services, etc.

The new company will retain the name Noteworthy Medical Systems and will reportedly serve a combined customer base of more than 1,200 practices, 5,700 healthcare providers and 12,000 users across 43 states, with company locations in Cleveland, Ohio; Phoenix, Arizona; Yakima, Washington; and Pocatello, Idaho.

The ChartConnect acquisition follows on the heels of Noteworthy’s acquisition of MARS Medical Systems Inc., where Noteworthy acquired reportedly one of the most sophisticated Web-based practice management applications on the market.

For more information: www.noteworthymedical.com

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