Isalus Healthcare; GE Centricity; Purkinje; MedAptus
Isalus Healthcare is reportedly offering a year of free access to its PM/EHR software to practices in the Indianapolis area (Health Data Management, May 2007). Physicians who want to keep using the system after that have to pay $600 a month.
GE Centricity will start offering the Kryptiq "connectivity suite," which includes online messaging, patient portal, and document management services, as part of its PM/EHR system.
Purkinje, a St. Louis-based vendor, has launched an integrated clinical and billing system for small and medium-sized practices.
MedAptus' electronic charge capture solution has been integrated with the Epic EHR system.