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AMAGINE Introduces New Interactive Program to Help Physicians Determine Health IT Priorities

Three new health IT solutions added to the growing AMAGINE physician platform

For immediate release
June 17, 2011

Chicago – Amagine, Inc., a subsidiary of the American Medical Association (AMA), today introduced the health IT index. This interactive program allows physicians to identify their individual health IT priorities in just three minutes so they can begin working towards adoption. Physicians attending the AMA's Annual Meeting, taking place June 18-22 in Chicago, can try the health IT index at the AMAGINE booth.

"Determining which health IT solutions will benefit your practice and allow you to qualify for federal incentives can be time consuming," said AMA Board Secretary Steven J. Stack, MD. "The health IT index helps physicians visualize their health IT priorities in minutes and compare those priorities with other physicians to begin crafting a plan to meet their goals."

The AMAGINE physician platform, introduced nationally earlier this year, brings a plethora of health IT solutions to physicians, including electronic medical record products, electronic prescribing software, claims management solutions and clinical decision support and reference tools. The AMAGINE team continually reviews services and solutions to ensure its products fit physicians' needs. Within the last month, the following three new products were added to the AMAGINE platform:

DrFirst Rcopia-MU – This certified EHR system is an upgraded version of DrFirst's e-prescribing product Rcopia combined with a national patient registry. Rcopia-MU meets core and menu objectives to help physicians qualify for Stage 1 meaningful use requirements.

WellCentive EHR-M – This product is an upgraded version of WellCentive Registry that has received appropriate certification to help meet the meaningful use requirements. Using WellCentive EHR-M, along with a certified e-prescribing system, will help physicians qualify for Meaningful Use of Certified EHR Technology and federal incentives.

DocSite Registry – This online patient-centric registry brings evidence-based measures to the point of care. The DocSite registry also organizes relevant clinical information from the patient record allowing physicians to see a patient's medical history and health status at a glance. Using DocSite Registry, along with a certified e-prescribing system, will help physicians qualify for Meaningful Use of Certified EHR Technology and federal incentives.

For more information on the AMAGINE physician platform, visit www.amagine.com and watch for new national digital and print advertisements beginning next month.

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Media Contact:

Lisa Lecas
American Medical Association
312-464-5980
Lisa.Lecas@ama-assn.org