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Plumas County in California chooses Anasazi & Kings View

June 1, 2011
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Phoenix — Anasazi Software, Inc., a provider of comprehensive behavioral healthcare software solutions, has announced that Plumas County in California has signed contracts to implement Anasazi’s Client Data, Assessment, Treatment Plan, Scheduling and Doctor’s HomePage Systems with Kings View.

Plumas County, located north of Lake Tahoe, where the Sierra and Cascade mountains meet, provides a variety of mental health services to both children and adults. In addition to a range of outpatient mental health services, Plumas County also offers Drop-In Center supportive services, Therapeutic Behavioral Services and operates a Board and Care facility.

Plumas County will be partnering with Kings View to implement Anasazi Software. “Plumas explored a number of electronic health record options prior to choosing Anasazi Software/Kings View. Value is important to us and we felt this option offered the best value to cost ratio. Additionally, Kings View’s implementation of Anasazi Software has consistently provided excellent IT support and quality of service to California counties. They provide the support to make the relationship work” said John Sebold, Plumas County Director.

Kings View, headquartered in Fresno, has emerged as an industry leader in training and deploying clinical records systems. Kings View and Anasazi Software have worked together in serving eleven counties in California. “We are pleased that we are able to provide a low cost and stress free implementation to counties across California,” stated Bill Dollar, Chief Information Officer of Kings View.

Bryan Griffiths, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Anasazi Software, stated, “We are pleased to be able to meet the needs of both small and large California counties. Anasazi Software and Kings View have partnered to implement a solid system for a large portion of the state and we look forward to our continued success.”

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