HIT Systems announced today that it is now fully dedicated to Healthcare IT

Orlando, FL, USA (PRWEB) September 9, 2009 -- HIT Systems announced today that they are now fully dedicated to Healthcare IT and have partnered with Aprima Medical Software to offer state of the art EHR and practice management software.

HIT Systems' transition has taken place so they can focus the entirety of their company's resources on providing quality solutions aimed strictly at the healthcare industry and its needs. This new commitment allows HIT Systems to better service their clients by offering solutions that cater specifically to the needs of the healthcare industry.

HIT Systems aims to increase the adoption of Electronic Health Records for small and mid-size physician practices by offering innovative turnkey solutions. These solutions are rooted in the technology platform of cloud computing. Solutions offered by HIT Systems provide healthcare professionals all the technology they need to run their practices at a set monthly fee. HIT Systems' cloud computing solutions deliver business applications and services over the internet, with increased reliability and security.

Recently passed legislation is set to aid in the adoption of Electronic Health Records. The HITECH Act, a component of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, or stimulus package, has allocated $19.2 billion dollars to incentivize EHR adoption nationwide. Incentives are being offered to healthcare professionals through 2016 encouraging physicians and physician practices to institute the use of Electronic Health Records (EHR), with penalties being issued thereafter for not adopting EHR.

About HIT Systems Inc - HIT Systems Inc is a healthcare IT company that brings together Electronic Health Records, Cloud Computing and IT Support to offer a full-service IT solutions to small and mid-size physician practices. These solutions are carefully designed to fluidly integrate workflow procedures into more efficient technology systems and reduce the need for excessive computer hardware.

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