- Ranked by 2006 revenue, Nightingale places 76th on list of top
100 companies -
MARKHAM, ON, June 20 /CNW/ - Nightingale Informatix Corporation ("Nightingale" or the "Company") (TSX-V: NGH), a healthcare application service provider (ASP) of Electronic Medical Record (EMR) and practice management solutions, today announced that it was ranked as one of the top 100 Healthcare IT Companies in North America for 2007 by Healthcare Informatics magazine.
"We are pleased to receive recognition on this closely-watched industry list, as it validates our strong growth and the progress we have made in the North American EMR market," said Sam Chebib, president and CEO of Nightingale. "We have experienced a notable increase in revenue, driven by more than $5.7 million in new contract wins, and have built a foundation for further growth in the U.S. EMR market with our acquisition of VantageMed. As we work to increase our healthcare user base and replicate our Canadian market success in the U.S., we look forward to watching our ranking on this respected list continue to improve."
Published in the June issue, Healthcare Informatics ranked the Top 100 healthcare IT providers in North America, based on revenue performance for calendar 2006. Nightingale was number 76 on the list.
Nightingale Informatix Corporation is one of North America's fastest growing healthcare application service providers (ASP) for outpatient clinics. Nightingale's Internet-based Electronic Health Record (EHR), Electronic Medical Record (EMR) and practice management solutions are designed to help physicians, clinics, hospitals and other healthcare organizations more efficiently manage their operations and patient records.
Nightingale's products and services offer physicians in United States and Canada leading-edge functionality for clinical documentation, patient scheduling, resource scheduling, billing, transcription, end-to-end coding and claims processing, data management, work flow tools, laboratory interfaces, documentation management and patient portals, along with other real-time services. The company's proprietary offerings of software include Nightingale On-Demand, Entity and Physician WorkStation, providing physicians with a fully integrated, simple-to-use system that automates daily tasks and creates a single, accessible source of patient data.
About Healthcare Informatics
Healthcare Informatics is a comprehensive and widely circulated publication on healthcare information technologies. First published in 1984, Healthcare Informatics targets all levels of healthcare management involved in the assessment and purchase of information systems for healthcare facilities and organizations of all types.
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