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April 18, 2013 – Syracuse, NY – ClinicTracker, a leading provider of electronic health records software (EHR) to the mental health and substance abuse community, today announced that it has received the Surescripts White Coat of Quality Award for 2012. The White Coat of Quality Award is Surescript’s highest recognition for software providers that uphold strict standards for clinical quality and best practices in e-prescribing.
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I realize that most of the state Medicaid Offices do not require that a rendering provider have their own individual Medicaid ID number in order to provide services at your agency.
ePrescribing customers can now benefit not only from the 'Patient Advisor' educational materials offered at the point of prescribing, but also from medication-specific coupons that can be offered to patients to offset the cost of the medication. This functionality is available to all ePrescribers at no additional charge.
Regenerations Counseling Services of Greenbelt, MD selected ClinicTracker to manage their new and growing mental health practice.
Sobriety Through Out Patient (STOP) of Philadelphia is a Commonwealth of Pennsylvania triple licensed (mental health, drug and alcohol outpatient, and drug and alcohol partial hospital) and Community Behavioral Health (CBH) credentialed, behavioral health service provider. STOP recently selected ClinicTracker to manage their agency. You can view more information about STOP at their website.
ClinicTracker was awarded the contract for clinical management software at Fairbanks Counseling and Adoption in Fairbanks, Alaska. For more information about the services provided, by FCA, visit their website.
ClinicTracker was awarded the contract for clinical management software at Cornerstone Programs Corporation in Centennial, CO. For more information about the services provided, by CPC, visit their website.
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