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Kinder Konsulting in Florida to implement Anasazi EHR

December 13, 2011
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Anasazi Software, Inc., a provider of comprehensive behavioral healthcare software solutions, has announced that Kinder Konsulting & Parents Too, Inc., Winter Park, Fla., has signed contracts to implement Anasazi Software’s Complete EHR Certified System.

Kinder Konsulting is a rapidly growing organization serving six counties in central Florida. This organization provides an array of behavioral health services to infants, children and their parents. Since 2008, the business has seen staff and client levels rise to the point that they quickly outgrew their information management system and needed a more comprehensive application.

CEO Uschi Schueller knew that she wanted an application that had experience in Florida, a solid customer base and had already customized their application to meet the billing and reporting needs of her state.

They began searching for an application and quickly honed in on Anasazi Software after getting strong customer references and visiting an agency right down the street from them already using the application.

“A software company that continuously meets my states always changing needs was crucial,” states Schueller. “I really wanted everything. I wanted improved clinical efficiencies, improved revenue management, robust reporting, the opportunity to apply for Meaningful Use funding and a system that could grow as my business continued to grow. I found all that and more with Anasazi Software.”

“Kinder Konsulting is a great example of an agency that has grown its business and requires a big solution for long-term planning,” said Bryan Griffiths, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Anasazi Software. “The days of new organizations being able to get by without comprehensive solutions are long gone, as they have the same billing and reporting requirements thrust upon them. With more organizations wanting to apply for Meaningful Use Incentive money and connect to RHIOs and HIEs, they are finding that the first step is a solid partner.”