ChartLogic Signs Six New Orthopedic Medical Group Customers for EHR Suite

SALT LAKE CITY--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- ChartLogic Inc., a leading national provider of electronic health records (EHRs), announced today that six orthopedic medical groups located in California, Texas, Louisiana and Arizona have chosen ChartLogic EHR Suite for their practices. The ChartLogic EHR Suite includes the ChartLogic EMR, ChartLogic Document Management, ChartLogic ePrescribe, ChartLogic Patient Portal and ChartLogic Practice Management. The EHR is fully certified and designed for specialty practice workflows, serving some 2,000 physicians nationwide.

"We are experiencing record growth in 2012 as many orthopedists recognize that the ChartLogic EHR is the preferred solution for specialist medical groups because of its ease-of-use and advanced features. This is demonstrated by the fact that more than 300 physician customers of ChartLogic have already qualified for Meaningful Use Stage 1. This represents a higher percentage than most other EHR products," said Zubin Emsley, chief executive officer of ChartLogic.

The new orthopedic groups purchasing the ChartLogic EHR suite are:

  • Comprehensive Orthopedics and Rehabilitation, Richardson, TX
  • Premier Pain Institute, Phoenix, AZ
  • Vanda Davidson, MD, Alexandria, LA
  • Michael R. Oberto, MD, Fresno, CA
  • James R. McClurg, MD, San Diego, CA
  • Duc M. Nguyen, MD, Redwood City, CA

Founded in 1994, ChartLogic serves a wide variety of specialty medical groups including ENT, orthopedics, podiatry, general surgery, sports medicine and pulmonology. The company offers two comprehensive electronic health record suites that include a patient portal, superior medical billing software, document management and interactive patient education. For further information, visit


ChartLogic Inc.
Eric Sorenson, 801-365-1815
VP, Marketing
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Westside Public Relations
James Harris, 310-398-5565
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