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Louisville-based electronic medical records company OK’d for federal incentive payments to its provider users

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (July 23, 2012) — Clicktate, a web-based electronic medical records company, has met all requirements from the federal Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology to become certified as a Complete EHR for ambulatory practices.

Doctors, clinics and healthcare providers that use the complete Clicktate EHR suite are now eligible for Meaningful Use incentive payments – up to $44,000 through Medicare or $63,750 from Medicaid.

Clicktate was created and launched by a group of Kentucky physicians, nurses and software developers who worked together to create a solution to medical documentation and develop a complete Electronic Medical Record. The company serves practices across the country, including multiple primary-care and specialty groups.

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