Vista Health System LLC, a Summit, N.J.-based independent practice association, is offering health information technology services to its nearly 500 physician members from PriorityOne, a Woodcliff Lake, N.J.-based consultancy.

Services will include assessing a practice's need for new or improved technologies, implementation of electronic health records, and 24-hour technical support, among other services. The partnership with PriorityOne will give physicians in solo and small practices access to expertise at an affordable rate, says Fatima Elias, director of financial services at Vista Health System.

The IPA's 480 members include 200 primary care and 280 specialty physicians working in 160 offices in a dozen counties. More information is available at and

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