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UCF HealthCare Informatics Program Receives Donation of $1.25 Million from NCG Medical
Apr 13, 2010 (04:04 PM EDT)


ORLANDO, Fla., April 13 /PRNewswire/ -- NCG Medical, an Electronic Health Records (EHR) company based in Central Florida, has donated software and technical support valued at $1.25 million over five years to the University of Central Florida.

http://today.ucf.edu/blog/2010/04/12/gift-to-aid-health-care-informatics-program/

"We are very impressed with the efforts UCF has contributed to regional healthcare informatics initiatives," said Antonio Arias, senior vice president of business development of NCG Medical, which is based in Altamonte Springs. "Our goal is to integrate the university's efforts with our software tools to create a world-class health informatics program."

About NCG Medical

NCG Medical is one of North America's fastest growing healthcare technology companies for outpatient clinics. NCG Medical develops Perfect Care EHR® to help physicians, clinics and other healthcare organizations efficiently manage their operations and patient records. Complete information about NCG Medical is available at http://www.ncgmedical.com.

About Perfect Care EHR

Perfect Care EHR® offers physicians leading edge functionality for clinical documentation, e-prescribing, laboratory interfacing, and revenue cycle management. Perfect Care EHR is NCG Medical's proprietary, pre-ARRA Certified, Practice Management and Electronic Health Records Software. It offers services and solutions related to the automation of healthcare workflows. The software enhances and improves facility billing and payment processes, reduces insurance claim rejections, minimizes errors, increases office productivity and profitability, and collects and stores patient clinical data securely and safely.  The solution addresses key needs of healthcare, including: Integration of management and clinical functions; Medical chart document management; remote access to patient information; Uniform clinical data across healthcare systems; Integration of evidence-based clinical guidelines and EHR integration with PACS and DICOM images.

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CONTACT: Antonio O. Arias of NCG Medical, +1-407-788-1906 x 405

SOURCE NCG Medical