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Qualifacts announces new customers in Georgia

February 7, 2014
by Dennis Grantham, Editor-in-Chief
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Two more state CSBs adopt CareLogic Enterprise EHR
Spurred by the continued expansion of its “customer collaboratives” and its recent acquisition of the behavioral health business served by Georgia-based Mitchell and McCormick, Qualifacts Systems continues to add new customers for its CareLogic Enterprise electronic health records (EHR) system in the state of Georgia. 
The company says that its cloud-based EHR product now serves some 60 percent of the community-services boards in the state, including its newest customers: Gateway Behavioral Health Services of Brunswick, the CSB serving Georgia’s eight coastal counties, and Georgia Pines of Thomasville, the CSB serving Georgia’s southwest counties. 
The ability of Georgia-based users to share state-specific functionality and best practices through voluntary collaboratives “increases their chances of success,” said Jason Medlin, the company’s vice president of corporate development.