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VersaSuite Eases Electronic Health Records Transition
VersaSuite Eases Electronic Health Records Transition

September 9, 2013 11:25AM
VersaSuite Launches Displacement Program For Rural And Community Hospitals -- Integrated Healthcare Solution Provider Makes Electronic Health Records (EHR) Transition Affordable

VersaSuite launches an EHR Displacement Program targeting rural and community hospitals who have invested in an EHR solution but have discovered it does not meet its needs. Through the "rip and replace program" VersaSuite software is offered at significant discounts to facilities that have attested for Meaningful Use Stage 1, but believe the EHR they selected is not a true fit for their facility going forward.

"Investing time and energy in a search for a qualified EHR is not a simple task, but sticking with a system that does not meet your needs is not the right answer. We created the displacement program to provide an economically feasible way to replace a disappointing EHR experience. Our solution is complete in all clinical and financial requirements, built on one code set and extremely customizable," said Darius Samani, CEO of VersaSuite.

Hospitals interested in the VersaSuite Displacement Program want to address problems resulting from an EHR solution that negatively impacts patient experience, is inefficient and/or is siphoning much needed resources from mission critical functions. Some issues include the inability to have modules interface such as when the patient history is not shared between a hospital and a hospital owned clinic. Other areas of high dissatisfaction include inflexibility of reporting features, frequency and cost of software upgrades and inadequate technical support.

About VersaSuite

VersaSuite is a comprehensive, integrated software solution built from one unified code-set that automates healthcare in medical facilities of all sizes, both ambulatory and inpatient. VersaSuite is leading the industry in bringing advanced and easy-to-use healthcare automation to hospitals, clinics, practices, surgical centers and community health centers globally.

VersaSuite 8.0 is ONC-ATCB 2011/2012 certified to support Meaningful Use for both eligible providers and eligible hospitals. VersaSuite 8.0 is a CCHIT Certified 2011 Ambulatory EHR as well as certified for Cardiovascular Medicine with Advanced Reporting, Child Health, Dermatology, Enterprise and Women's Health, CCHIT Certified Inpatient EHR and CCHIT Certified Emergency Department EHR. Learn more about VersaSuite at

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Jeremy Engdahl-Johnson:

Posted: 2013-09-10 @ 6:08pm PT
How can urban and rural hospitals get a better return on investment for the cost of electronic health records?


Posted: 2013-09-10 @ 10:37am PT
Very exciting news!

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