MDTech Pro “Wires Up” Savannah GA Doctors for Federal HITECH ACT
Posted: Mar 29, 2011
Savannah, GA, March 29, 2011 – As MD Tech Pro’s regional developer of the Low Country Market, Michael H. Brown is alleviating some of the pain and suffering that doctor’s are feeling these days. While physicians abandon the paper trail and jump into a fast changing medical electronic age, specialized IT companies like MD Tech Pro are coming to their rescue.
“The choices, selection and adoption of technology like Electronic Medical Records (EMR) can be overwhelming to physicians,” said Brown. “Now the Savannah and the surrounding medical communities have access to the most seasoned IT and EMR partners in this time of transition.”
“MD Tech Pro has helped our practice identify new health IT risks and establish audit controls to eliminate potential security threats. Their ability to monitor and report on our systems 24/7 and apply best-practice security settings keeps our IT systems compliant with HIPAA Security Rules but more importantly “worry free”. Katie Fitzgerald, Practice Administrator – The Spine Center of Southeast Georgia – Brunswick, GA http://www.spinecenterga.com
MD Tech Pro launched the regional office in May 2010 to provide IT and Electronic Medical Records (EMR) solutions exclusively to medical practices in the low country. Brown’s team is based out of Savannah. MD Tech Pro currently services medical practices from 1 to over 50 physicians in Georgia and the southern portions of South Carolina and is pleased to announce they have recently become the IT department for Savannah Neurology Specialists, Savannah GA and Coastal Orthopedics, Hinesville, GA.
“Negotiating the complexities and challenges presented by linking our 14 regional offices into a single EHR system was no small task, MD Tech Pro has been masterful in designing and implementing a successful IT strategy that was secure, reliable, and affordable.” James A. Daly III, MD – Southeast Lung and Critical Care Specialists, Savannah, GA.
“With federal efforts pushing doctors to EMR adoption, we hope to lessen their load and become a partner in this inevitable, but worthwhile transition. Downtime in a medical practice is not an option so we’ve perfected our medical IT services so that we can reduce any interruption to patient care, billing and other office functions, said Brown. ”
MD Tech Pro was established by two veteran medical IT professionals who identified an urgent need for doctors to have a proactive specialized IT and EMR partner that offered more than reactive computer repair and support. What evolved is a company providing a vast array of healthcare IT and EMR services designed to keep a medical practice focused on patient care instead of IT burdens.
“MD Tech Pro brings a TEAM concept to the market and each of our practice partners can rest assured that they now have a medical grade IT department.” said Brown.