San Antonio-based Sevocity will offer its Web-based, remotely hosted ambulatory electronic health records system for free for training purposes.
The firm is targeting regional extension centers, local extension centers, management services organizations, technical colleges, universities, medical schools and other training-oriented organizations. The facilities can access the EHR for up to 20 users (students and teachers). A personal computer and Internet connection is all that is needed to access the system.
The company developed the program, called Sevocity U, to respond to challenges of regional extension centers and other organizations to teach clinicians and others about EHRs in a very short time period and with limited funding, says Catherine Huddle, vice president of market development.
Sevocity is rolling the program out in phases, starting on May 27. Phase 1 will cover the first 10 organizations that apply. For more information, send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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