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Community Elements in Illinois selects Anasazi

January 9, 2012
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Anasazi Software, Inc. has announced that Community Elements, Inc. in Champaign, Ill., has signed contracts to implement Anasazi Software’s Complete EHR Certified System. Community Elements operates a comprehensive continuum of services for both children and adults, which include prevention, education, counseling, community support and residential services.

Over a year ago, their board and management tasked their Technology Advisory Committee to analyze all available products on the market in search of a platform that was user friendly, adaptive and capable of supporting a range of quality improvement efforts. Soon into their search, the name Anasazi Software continued to rise to the top of everyone’s must-have list.

During their review, they learned about Anasazi’s robust electronic medical record, integrated scheduling system, aids for clinician’s in assessments and treatment planning, security monitoring, quality assurance reporting and countless other features. “Anasazi quickly emerged as the single best solution for Community Elements,” said Sheila Ferguson, CEO of Community Elements.

She further explained, “Anasazi is an investment in our future – we have strong clinical expertise and we provide exceptional services to those in need. Through our implementation of Anasazi Software, we will enhance and strengthen our clinical practices and management information capability to ensure quality laden services, programs and support into the future.”

“We are thrilled to be selected by another top notch organization in the State of Illinois,” stated Bryan Griffiths, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Anasazi Software. “We have shown great success with our customers in Illinois over the past decade. They have become strong partners and have shown great success in growing their business with the implementation of Anasazi Software.”