Mayo Regional Hospital, a critical access hospital in Dover-Foxcroft, Maine, will implement electronic health records and integrated practice management software in its eight owned physician practices.
The 25-bed facility will deploy the Intergy software of Sage North America Health Care Division, based in Tampa, Fla. About a dozen physicians and a dozen additional providers will use the software. The clinics treat more than 50,000 patients annually.
Implementation of the software is part of a strategy to improve care, cut costs and qualify for meaningful use incentive payments under the HITECH Act, according to Ben Dever, director of Mayo Practice Associates at the hospital.
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