gloStream Success Guarantee Ensures Doctors Will Be Back to Full Patient Load in as Little as 15 Days After EMR Implementation C

Innovative Money Back Guarantee Is Electronic Medical Record Industry's First

TROY, Mich., Jan. 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- gloStream, maker of gloEMR, gloPM and gloSuite – the only electronic medical record   (EMR) and practice management (PM) software with Microsoft Office built right in – today launched the gloStream 15-Day Success Guarantee. This money-back guarantee ensures that doctors will be back up to their full patient load within 15 days of their implementation completion date or gloStream will provide a full refund for all gloStream software and services purchased.

"Because gloEMR is built with ease-of-use and flexibility in mind and our Partners – who deliver and support our products locally – use an innovative implementation process that's personalized to each practice's workflow, ramp up times are significantly reduced," said Mike Sappington, gloStream's CEO. "It also means that gloStream clients reach higher productivity and efficiency levels so they can provide better care while simultaneously ensuring their business success."

Industry wide, many doctors are fearful that implementing an EMR system will force them to see fewer patients and make less money. According to a recent CDW Healthcare study, nearly 40 percent of respondents believed patient encounters would drop at least 25 percent in their first year after EMR implementation leading to revenue losses of more than $100,000. This is a prime reason that gloStream developed the 15 Day Success Guarantee – to provide doctors with an option they can have confidence in and trust will keep their businesses going strong.

gloStream clients who have gone through a gloEMR implementation are able to see, first hand, why gloStream is able to offer the industry's first and only success guarantee.  "Our experience implementing gloEMR was extraordinarily positive," said Sue Messer, Practice Manager for Downriver Obstetrics and Gynecology in Trenton, Michigan. "Within just five days we were up to full capacity which has made a huge difference for our patients and our practice."

Doctors seeking more information about gloStream's 15-day Success Guarantee should visit www.glostream.com. Doctors who wish to have a gloStream team member contact them about the Guarantee should first complete the form at www.glostream.com/emrsuccessguarantee.

About gloStream

gloStream provides physicians with certified, voice-enabled electronic medical record and practice management solutions delivered and supported through a nationwide community of local technology Partners. gloStream products are secure, easy-to-use applications and the only solutions on the market with Microsoft Office built right in. gloStream Partners leverage gloDNA ("gloStream Detailed Needs Analysis"), a proprietary implementation process that has given gloStream a 100 percent success rate. Every practice that has implemented a gloStream application using the gloDNA process continues using it successfully today. For more information, visit glostream.com or call 877-456-3671.

gloEMR 6.0 from gloStream (CC-1112-501340-1), a complete EHR, is ONC-ATCB 2011/2012 compliant and has been certified by the Certification Commission for Health Information Technology (CCHIT®), an ONC-ATCB, in accordance with the applicable certification criteria for eligible providers adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. gloEMR was certified on Sept 30, 2010, and has been certified for the following clinical quality measures: NQF 0421, NQF 0013, NQF 0028, NQF 0041, NQF 0024, NQF 0038, NQF 004, NQF, 0012, NQF 0032. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services or guarantee the receipt of incentive payments.

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