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Maryland agency signs SaaS agreement with Anasazi

December 1, 2011
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Phoenix — Anasazi Software, Inc., an provider of comprehensive behavioral healthcare software solutions, has announced that Threshold Services, Silver Spring, Md., has signed a Software as a Service (SaaS) contract to implement Anasazi Software’s Complete EHR Certified Systems.

Threshold Services has been assisting adults with mental illness and substance abuse disorders since 1981. They operate offices in both Rockville and Silver Spring, providing psychiatric medical treatment, individual and group therapy, residential rehabilitation, psychoeducational day programs, advocacy, and education. All Threshold Services have attained evidence-based co-occurring (dual) disorders treatment capability.

Staff at Threshold Services really felt that Anasazi Software provided the most user-friendly interface for their clinical staff after reviewing available applications on the market today. Since their staff possess varying levels of technical expertise, they felt this was one of the most important factors in their selection of a Complete EHR Certified System.

“One of the biggest things that stood out for us was the honesty and flexibility of Anasazi staff during the selection process.” stated Craig Knoll, CEO of Threshold Services. Craig further stated, “This is a long-term partnership and feeling comfort with not only the application, but company was critical in our selection. Anasazi worked with us to help us clarify our needs and set attainable goals.” “Threshold Services posed some unique needs and we are pleased that we were able to meet both their EHR and financial objectives,” stated Bryan Griffiths, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Anasazi Software. “Our Software as a Service option was obviously the right fit for Threshold Services. We are pleased to offer traditional purchasing, ASP hosting options, financing, and SaaS agreements. This way the agency can select the right company and software system first and then determine which financing arrangement works best for them.”