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ChartOne Announces Record New Customer Growth Following eWebHealth Acquisition; Success Reinforces Continued Adoption of Web-Based Medical Record Solutions
[October 11, 2004]

ChartOne Announces Record New Customer Growth Following eWebHealth Acquisition; Success Reinforces Continued Adoption of Web-Based Medical Record Solutions

WASHINGTON --(Business Wire)-- Oct. 11, 2004 -- ChartOne, Inc., the leading provider of on demand medical record solutions, experienced rapid third-quarter growth in sales of its eWebHealth Suite of electronic patient charting applications, the company announced today at the American Health Information Management Association's 76th National Convention and Exhibit.

"Since the acquisition in July, we've seen strong customer confidence in ChartOne," said Brian Cahill, CEO of ChartOne. "Our record sales send a clear message to the health information industry that our web-based technology applications coupled with our professional service offerings are a winning combination for electronic health information management."

Hospitals Connect Remote Sites, Provide On Demand Record Access

Anne Reed, RHIA, director of Health Information Management at North Fulton Regional Hospital in Roswell, Georgia, will use eWebCoding to connect an off-site surgery center to her organization's central coding department. "We'll scan records at the remote center and give our hospital-based coders online access," said Reed. "With coders accessing charts faster, outpatient billing can be expedited."

Providence Medical Center, located in Kansas City, Kansas, will implement eWebView as a permanent electronic record storage solution. Currently on multiple compact discs, the historical archive will be converted to web-based storage and the images hosted at ChartOne's secure data center, enabling easy access to historical charts via the Internet.

Two HCA Facilities Solve Coding Dilemmas with eWebCoding

Henrico Doctors' Hospital and Chippenham Medical Center, both located in Richmond, Virginia, will send their coders home with eWebCoding. "eWebCoding will allow us to maintain a competitive edge in coder recruitment and retention," said Ann Smith, RHIA, director of Health Information at Chippenham. Mary Hopkins, director of Health Information at Henrico Doctors' Hospital, anticipates a significant improvement in coder productivity, which will have a major impact on accounts receivable days.

On Demand, Web-based Solutions Work for All Sizes

Using web-based applications, HIM departments can eliminate paper records and become more efficient and productive. These solutions work for both large and small hospitals. "With web-based technology and an operating-budget fee structure, every hospital -- regardless of size -- can afford to make significant strides toward electronic records with minimal IT resources. Even better, results can be seen in days or weeks," said Cahill.

About ChartOne, Inc.

ChartOne is the leading provider of on demand medical record solutions. ChartOne combines innovative, web-based technology with premiere chart management services to offer flexible and affordable deployment options. The company provides electronic record access and storage, online coding, completion and release of information services to over 1,300 healthcare customers nationwide. The eWebHealth Suite of technology solutions includes eWebCoding, eWebED, eWebView, eWebRelease, eWebCompletion, eWebSignature and ChartVault. For more information about ChartOne, please visit

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