Greenway's Mobile Clinic Available on Apple Handheld Devices

PrimeMobile Solution Enables Providers Using Apple's iPhone, iPad and iPod touch

CARROLLTON, Ga., May 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Greenway Medical Technologies, Inc., provider of the integrated, single-database electronic health record (EHR), practice management and interoperability solution PrimeSuite®, is announcing the availability of its remote clinical and financial solution PrimeMobile® onto Apple's iPhone®, iPad™ and iPod touch®.

Providers utilizing the latest version of Greenway's PrimeSuite EHR for clinical and administrative patient data can now access the information from any remote location by downloading PrimeMobile from Apple's App Store as a desktop icon onto their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Greenway is also developing PrimeMobile for use on Blackberry and Droid mobile phones.

Greenway's PrimeMobile provides secure login and password protected remote access of ambulatory and hospital-based patient data integrated within PrimeSuite to view schedules, clinical documents and lab results through patient search and filter functions that also tailor patient data to hospital rounds.

Clinically, PrimeMobile also provides patient summary and the addition of patient notes to further eliminate paper-based processes, as well as the ability to instantly assess patient or staff questions, accessed through Summary, Documents and Charges prompts.

PrimeMobile's administrative and financial capabilities integrate charge capture and confirmation through the access of CPT and ICD codes to instantly route charges and notes to PrimeSuite for automated review and posting to accelerate billing cycles and reduce lost charges.

"In today's healthcare environment there are constantly new frontiers and we developed PrimeMobile in anticipation of its ability to advance entire practice efficiencies," said Greenway President and CEO Tee Green. "Providers need a secure, instantly accessible and full-spectrum remote capability adaptable to their devices. This is another example of Greenway collaborating with customers to drive innovations that ultimately ensure their success."

About Greenway Medical Technologies, Inc.

Greenway Medical Technologies provides the latest in EHR, ambulatory healthcare and clinical research business solutions and services to more than 23,000 healthcare providers nationwide, in 30 specialties and subspecialties, by enhancing the delivery of patient care through innovative HIT software and on-demand services that allow physician practices to function at their highest level of efficiency. Greenway's PrimeSuite is a comprehensive, interoperability component of the integrated physician's infrastructure solution, which serves as the starting point of a long-term business plan for physician practices. PrimeSuite 2011 is a pre-market CCHIT Certified® 2011 Ambulatory EHR, additionally certified for Child Health and Cardiovascular Medicine, with optional Advanced Reporting. PrimeSuite integrates a practice's clinical, financial and administrative processes, and allows practices to increase profitability, enhance patient satisfaction and facilitate adherence to compliance guidelines.  Established in 1998, Carrollton, Ga.-based Greenway Medical Technologies is a privately held company with more than 300 employees. For more information about Greenway, visit

Except for the historical information contained herein, the matters discussed in the press release are forward-looking statements within the meaning of the safe-harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. These forward-looking statements are subject to risks and uncertainties that may cause actual results to differ materially, including but not limited to economic, competitive, governmental, and technological factors affecting the Company's operations, markets, services and related products, prices, and other factors.

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