Indianapolis doctors get free software
NEWS IN BRIEF — Posted Feb. 12, 2007
ISalus announced on Jan. 24 that it is offering its Web-based software at no cost for one year to members of the Indianapolis Medical Society. The Indianapolis-based company, which was founded in 2000, is offering practice management, electronic medical records and claims processing software for free. However, practices must pay training fees of $3,500 for the first physician and $500 for each additional physician or clinician who can bill for services, said John McCormack, a spokesman for ISalus.
After the year is over, doctors can opt to receive their data or enter into the second year of a five-year contract under which they would pay a $600 monthly subscription fee per physician, McCormack said.
Note: This item originally appeared at http://www.ama-assn.org/amednews/2007/02/12/bibf0212.htm.