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Best places to live include Florida

Some of the best places to live are in the state of Florida. Florida is a different state. It is around my water basically on almost every side. And it is within a short distance from many of the major I was including the ones that are included on the outskirts of the state. A lot of retirees are starting to settle down in north eastern Florida up in the Jacksonville area in a little place called Palm Coast. OK but I’ll delay any ocean is home to some of the most beautiful retirement communities that they are in the state of Florida. When you’re looking for best places to live also there is an area in the state known as the villages which is a very huge community right in Central Florida. The community there enjoys such an awesome style of living and they are growing every day. They are steadily proving that they are one of the best places to live in the state of Florida.

The Eisner Foundation Prioritizes Intergenerational Grantmaking

The Eisner Foundation announced plans to dedicate its competitive grantmaking in Los Angeles exclusively to charitable programs that connect multiple generations to overcome societys most persistent challenges of inequality, lack of access, and injustice. With this evolution, the organization becomes the only U.S. foundation solely dedicated to funding intergenerational programs.

For nearly 20 years, The Eisner Foundation has supported innovative efforts to help low-income children and older adults in Los Angeles County. The foundation now plans to build on this commitment by adopting a funding model that identifies, cultivates, and celebrates programs that bridge multiple age groups. The foundation will redeploy its estimated $ 7 million in annual funding to Los Angeles-based programs utilizing intergenerational strategies, starting with its Summer 2015 grant cycle.

By applying an intergenerational lens to our funding, we see an opportunity to generate even more transformative results from our investments, said Trent Stamp, Chief Executive Officer, The Eisner Foundation. We believe that programs combining the strengths of each age group will have a multiplying effectcreating longer-lasting, positive change in our communities.

The Need for Intergenerational Programs

Los Angeles is ground zero for many of the challenges todays youth and older adults face across America, making the need and potential impact of programs focused on these populations even greater. Los Angeles County is home to one of Americas:

Highest number of children in foster care (20,800)
Lowest education advancement rates (88 percent of high school freshman will not graduate from college)
Largest concentration of older people living in poverty (13 percent)
Highest rates of senior isolations and loneliness (30 percent)

The complex challenges that face the changing fabric of American society require innovative approaches that involve all of our societys participants, said Michael D. Eisner, founder. Whether its an intergenerational community garden or an organization that engages college students to serve as caregivers to Alzheimers patients, we aim to fund programs that not only break down the silos between the ages but benefit those they reach in reciprocal and life-changing ways.

Defining Intergenerational

In this context, The Eisner Foundation defines an intergenerational approach as one that unites multiple generations for the benefit of our communities. The foundations grantmaking strategies under the realignment include not only funding Los Angeles-based organizations already operating intergenerational programs, but also identifying successful national intergenerational programs to replicate in Los Angeles. Investing in advocacy, public policy, and research that support the need for intergenerational programs, as well as developing and sharing best practices for nonprofits and foundations is a vital leadership role The Eisner Foundation will fulfill as it works hand-in-hand with its partners and grantees.

Weve purposefully embraced a broad definition of an intergenerational program in order to encourage innovation, said Jane Eisner, president of The Eisner Foundation. Our new grantmaking focus enables us to support organizations that believe, as we do, that meaningful, cost-effective, and underutilized methods to combat issues of inequality and injustice are intergenerational in spirit, philosophy, and action.

The Eisner Foundation first identified the need for this funding area when it established the Eisner Prize for Intergenerational Excellence in 2011. The Eisner Prize has since recognized five organizations with effective, replicable intergenerational programs in communities across the U.S. In 2014, the Eisner Prize was awarded to Bridge Meadows, a unique intergenerational community in Portland, OR composed of adoptive parents, foster children, and low-income elders, and The Intergenerational Schools in Cleveland, OH, a learning environment that engages children and older adults in multi-age classrooms.

About The Eisner Foundation

Founded in 1996 by Michael and Jane Eisner and their family, The Eisner Foundation identifies, advocates for, and invests in high-quality and innovative programs that unite generations for the betterment of our communities. Giving over $ 7 million in grants annually, The Foundation supports and counsels exceptional nonprofit organizations working to create long-term impact in the Los Angeles community through intergenerational solutions. The Eisner Foundation envisions a just, inclusive, and thriving society comprised of generations working together for the benefit of all. To learn more about The Eisner Foundation and intergenerational solutions, please visit the organizations website at or follow us on Twitter or on Facebook.

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Data Exchange Announces an Addition to its Superior Customer Verification Solution Toolkit

Data Exchange, Inc., one of the largest third-party verification (TPV) services in the country and a leader within the industry, announces that it is now the exclusive TPV marketing partner of TurfWalkers sales management system.

Data Exchange will be using TurfWalkers solution as another tool to start and fully complete the verification process for clients.

Our partnership with TurfWalker means that our live agents will be able to handle more calls and do so with even greater efficiency and accuracy for our customers, said Lynn Mitchell, Data Exchanges President.

With the TurfWalker partnership, Data Exchange now provides its customers with live agents (both English and Spanish speakers), Interactive Voice Response (IVR), a hybrid model of both live agent and IVR, as well as text, tablet and mobile solutions to make sure the verification process is started correctly and completed thoroughly.

TurfWallkers sales management system is made for a companys direct sales teams to help them improve the accuracy of lead data and collect sales rep activity data in real time, resulting in a shorter sales cycle via automation. In short, the TurfWalker system solves the inefficiencies inherent in the direct customer acquisition process.

Creators Jason Green and Jason Gross are direct sales experts themselves, Mitchell continued. Theyve created an unparalleled sales management solution that saves time, increases team members productivity and improves a companys profitability.

Data Exchange, which operates three call centers (Tulsa, OK; Las Vegas, NV; and its newest center in Tahlequah, OK), offers companies nationwide third-party verification services that use speech-enabled, live agent, interactive voice recognition (TVR) and online third-party verification (TPV).

Data Exchange is the best in the TPV industry, said TurfWalker CEO Jason Green. TurfWalker already is being used by more than 100 companies and more than 1,000 sales professionals and with the help of our software, we know that Data Exchange will take the TPV industry standard to an even higher level.

About Data Exchange

Data Exchange, Inc. is headquartered in Tulsa, OK, and operates contact centers that cover North American time zones seamlessly. Data Exchange specializes in independent third-party verification solutions to businesses nationwide. Setting the tone for the industry, the company provides only the best in speech-enabled, live agent, interactive voice recognition (IVR) and online third-party verification (TPV).

About TurfWalker

TurfWalker is the premier Sales Leads Management System for the direct sales and marketing industry. TurfWalker allows you to manage your business by visually mapping sales leads to create sales territories and directly manage your sales team.

TurfWalker, designed by direct sales experts, delivers an intuitive and effective solution for Door-to-Door sales teams to save time, increase productivity and improve profitability. TurfWalker is available on all three mobile app stores, as well as Web browsers.

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Lynn Mitchell, Data Exchange, 918-858-4344, lmitchell(at)

Jason Green, TurfWalker, 720-446-5333 jgreen(at)turfwalker(dot)com

Medflow Launches MEDFLOW 2.0 EHR The Cloud-Based Ophthalmology EHR

Medflow, the leader in the ophthalmic EHR marketplace, announced it is launching MEDFLOW 2.0 EHR, a SaaS electronic health records system from the company exclusively dedicated to helping eye care professionals for over 15 years. A perfect evolution in software, Medflow 2.0 delivers an intuitive state-of-the-art solution combining modern cloud technology with Medflows proven expertise in the eye care industry.

This revolutionary software offers intelligent business logic in every system feature based on ideas, input and insights gleaned from industry leaders around the country and Medflows 15-year eye care history. Offering speed, efficiency, and flexibility when the eye care professionals need it most, the new MEDFLOW 2.0 is the first software designed not only to keep up with busy eye care practices, but also to move the practices ahead.

According to 83% of the 5,700 small and solo medical practices surveyed by Black Book in 2015, the single biggest trend in physician technology is cloud-based EHRs. Improvements in web-based EHRs including implementations, updates, usability and customization have reversed overall EHR satisfaction in small practices from barely 13% meeting or exceed expectations in 2012, to 81% overall contented small practice EHR users in Q2 2015. The adoption rate of cloud-based EHRs in small practices in urban settings has also increased from 60% in 2013 to 82% presently. MEDFLOW 2.0 EHR a better, more agile way of practicing eye care in the cloud.

We are excited about MEDFLOW 2.0 EHR, which has been designed with the objective of making eye care practices agile. It is easy to use, at a low cost and has a short implementation cycle. Made for eye care by the experts in eye care, MEDFLOW 2.0 is truly the NEW REVOLUTION in the eye care EHR market, said Satya Gottumukkala, CEO of Medflow.

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The Vanella Group, Inc. Receives “AI 2015 Business Excellence Award” for Best Telemarketing Services

Strategic Sales Development for Enterprise Technology Companies for 15 years

The Vanella Group, Inc. announced today receiving the prestigious AI 2015 Business Excellence Award. The Acquisition International annual award showcases firms whose ceaseless dedication to innovation, customer care, and continued growth and improvement is evident by customer feedback, industry reputation, and leadership in their category. Acquisition International seek out firms that continually forge ahead of their competitors and raise the bar for performance and results in their industry.

“It is a tremendous honor to receive this award and be in the company of so many global business leaders,” says The Vanella Group, Inc. CEO, Mari Anne Vanella. She adds, “We have worked very hard to stay current in a fast-changing environment and to innovate our solutions to align with what best helps our clients grow revenue effectively.”

The Vanella Group, Inc. has received numerous awards and industry recognition for their unique approach to sales development. The deep understanding of buying trends is fully integrated into their tele-based sales development and lead generation solutions. In addition, services related to prospect relationship management and maintaining presence in long sales cycles are key areas of expertise.

About The Vanella Group, Inc.

The Vanella Group, Inc. is the only provider of High-Touch/High-Quality Telesales-based Lead Generation Solutions for Enterprise Technology companies that overachieves traditional lead gen programs 5x above industry standards. Now in their 15th year, they have delivered opportunity-based programs for companies such as HP, Hitachi, SAP, and many other enterprise technology providers. Their programs are uniquely designed to be performance-oriented using a peer-to-peer engagement model. For more information, visit

Mosca Tandem Corrugated Bundle Squaring/Strapping System Raises the Bar

Hazle Township, PA (PRWEB) June 12, 2015

EAM-Mosca is pleased to introduce the Mosca TRC6-SQ3A-Tandem high-speed corrugated bundle squaring/strapping system. As with prior systems, the new Tandem features a standard arrangement of a four-foot entry conveyor, a first-stage Mosca SQ3-A squaring corrugated bundler, a second four-foot pacing conveyor and then a second-stage SQ3-A. The Tandem configuration can dramatically increase bundle conditioning and strapping speeds when used together, or eliminate bottlenecks by providing backup for one another.

Mosca asserts that this system will advance the impressive reliability levels of its prior Tandem system, which has contributed to the companys customers reaching new production targets on their high speed conversion lines. The conveyors provide a pacing function to enhance throughput of the system. The SQ3-A squaring bundlers, which are available with conventional heat seal or Moscas proprietary Sonixs ultra-sonic sealer, are outfitted with Moscas latest Standard 6 Strap-Path technology. This generation of product offers increased precision in the manufacture and assembly of the strap feeding system to reduce operational faults, boosting overall cycle success and system productivity.

In addition, the open sealer design and sealed bearing construction reduce susceptibility to operational particulate buildup, extending cleaning/servicing intervals and further improving uptime results.

The individual SQ3-A squaring bundlers feature automatic setup based on bundle dimensions that may be operator entered at the HMI or through hard-wired, serial or Ethernet based network communication. Aligning the bundler with bundle centers is the only setup function not automated. Installing a commercial centering conveyor upstream removes this task from the setup protocol. With the ability to square bundles from 8 wide x 11 long to 56wide x 40 long, the system can handle the product range produced by most box plants.

The standard tandem system includes a 30 long by 4 wide conveyor that can be switched out for a bundler for servicing. In this case, single-stage automatic bundling is the standard operating mode. Optional floor mounted caster guides assure easy insertion and removal of the banders, while maintaining precise in-line positioning during operation.

Tandem controls offer two basic operating arrangements. The high-speed tandem selection straps incoming bundles alternately with the two banders, for a maximum throughput of 36 bundles per minute. There is also a primary/secondary selection which uses a single bander to strap all product, holding the second in readiness to automatically assume this role in the event of a fault. The high-speed Tandem will also automatically switch to a single active strapper should a fault occur for any reason.

Popular options include dual coil dispenser, dual dispenser with automatic coil changer and signal light towers to indicate operational readiness and low strap conditions to further increase uptime.

The Mosca SQ3-A-Tandem builds on the impressive success of its predecessor SQ2-A Model to further advance reliability and reduce operating costs, while helping users to improve the productivity of their high speed Flexo investments. Its high performance combined with intuitive operation and conceptual simplicity make it the best bundling system choice for plants that are committed to leadership in high speed/low cost box production.

EAM-Mosca Corporation provides high-performance strapping system solutions to a variety of industries, including food, graphic arts, mailing, fulfillment, logistics, corrugated, wood, and other industrial or consumer goods. We combine innovative equipment with strapping materials manufactured to maximize machine performance and customer support programs that help our customers to meet their performance and productivity goals.

To learn more about any of EAM-Moscas other productivity enhancing strapping systems, please call us at 800-456-3420, or email us at info(at)eammosca(dot)com. You can also connect with EAM-Mosca on YouTube (, Twitter (, and Facebook and LinkedIn via the companys website,

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Dr. Lester Sawicki Recommends New Book “Intended Evolution: How Selection of Intelligence Guides Life Forward” to Tai Chi, Qigong, and Health and Fitness Enthusiasts

Austin, TX (PRWEB) June 09, 2015

Dr. Lester Sawicki, an Austin, Texas dentist and tai chi teacher, was not too surprised when in the year 2010 he published his book, “Teeth In Mortal Combat: How To Unleash Your Basic Instinct For Survival”, to find that the martial arts world was less than enthusiastic in reading it or signing up for his unique dental tai chi teeth training program.

Today, Sawicki is seeing stiff attitudes of the past starting to bend with the recent arrival of a breakthrough new theory of evolution – intended evolution – by Dr. Dongxun Zhang L.Ac. PhD. DAOM Diplomate in Oriental Medicine [NCCAOM] Tai Chi Qigong Master. Although intended evolution is far from teeth-shattering proven, it has enough bite to turn heads and restore interest in Sawicki’s unconventional dental martial arts tai chi qi gong health and fitness program.

Dr. Sawicki expects to see the internal energy martial arts community start centering itself behind Zhang’s intended evolution theory. Their understanding of and experience with chi energy will welcome a theory of evolution that suggests selection of intelligence guides life forward. The theory lends strong support for the usefulness of tapping into basic instincts for survival of the species, an idea that is in line with all the internal chi energy martial arts.

From Sawicki’s personal teaching experience, reading the book can help students slowly warm up to his unique and daring dental internal martial arts system which involves imagining oneself, during practice, in mortal combat where man’s most basic drives for continuing to exist cry out.

Dongxun Zhang’s new theory of the process of evolution is, in some niche taichi circles, being acclaimed as the “tao of intended evolution.” The theory was recently put forward in the book, “Intended Evolution: How Selection of Intelligence Guides Life Forward”, by Dongxun and Bob Zhang, and suggests that “life is not only selected by nature but intentionally interacts with it, learning how to better its future.” The authors explain that applying this idea to generally accepted principles of biology, evolution, and other diverse fields of knowledge can have “startling results in your ability to affect your own health – and even your evolution.”

Dr. Sawicki maintains that vague references to an idea of a theory of intended evolution had always been cleverly hidden deep within the pages of ancient texts such as the Tao Te Ching, Tai Chi Classics, and other works of Indian and Greek philosophy but never before, until now by Dr. Zhang, has a simple decoded framework of its processes been manifested, distilled, and updated using current scientific principles that are stated as simply as possible into an easy to read and understand book.

Sawicki believes that everyone can greatly benefit their health and fitness by reading Intended Evolution and applying its principles into their daily workout routine. Dongxun teaches how to exercise the theory in his Intended Evolution Fitness class.

Dr. Sawicki now requires all his students read “Intended Evolution” so that they can learn how “internal intelligence” fits into the “information cycle” and of the critical role that the DNA “knowledge library” has in the process of evolution. He hopes that by reading the book they can recognize the significance of getting in touch with their own internal “tai chi library” to advance their skills in taichi and qi gong.

“Intended Evolution” is a fascinating book that brings an updated perspective to Darwin’s theory of Natural Selection. It presents a basic framework describing the “why” of evolution. One of its more interesting chapters discusses the idea of an organism’s “internal intelligence” and how a person can program it to enhance their health, fitness, tai chi, qigong, and even one’s own evolution. Dr. Sawicki hopes everyone will take a long studied look into this significant work on Dr. Dongxun Zhang’s new theory of the processes of evolution that could change everything in the way to not only survive, but also thrive.

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Episcopal Relief & Development Partners with Texas Dioceses on Flood Response

New York, NY (PRWEB) June 04, 2015

Episcopal Relief & Development is partnering with the Episcopal dioceses of Texas and West Texas in response to severe flooding caused by weeks of heavy rain across the region. Church teams in both dioceses are providing pastoral care and conducting needs assessments in areas where people lost homes and belongings to the floods, and church facilities are acting as ministry bases for outreach efforts. Episcopal Relief & Development support will assist affected households with gas, groceries and repair supplies, as well as storage for salvaged belongings and temporary housing for evacuees.

The dioceses of Texas and West Texas were able to convene teams quickly to identify community needs and see how churches can be of unique help, said Abagail Nelson, Episcopal Relief & Developments Senior Vice President for Programs. Right now, response planning is focused on low-income households that are uninsured or underinsured, as well as people with disabilities who might need extra assistance as they recover from the storm. Church networks help ensure that vulnerable neighbors are included and cared for.

The extensive flooding began and worsened over May 24-26, with some areas receiving up to 20 inches of rain. In Texas, 27 people died as a result of the storm, and 10 people were still reported to be missing as of May 31. Thousands of homes were destroyed or damaged, and roads and bridges have been washed out.

One of the most heavily impacted areas was along the Blanco river, which runs through the towns of Wimberley and San Marcos, about halfway between San Antonio and Austin in the Diocese of West Texas. St. Stephens Episcopal Church in Wimberley and St. Marks in San Marcos have mobilized Flood Response Committees to conduct needs assessments and distribute gift cards for gas, food and emergency supplies.

Wimberley is the town where eight people went missing after the river-front vacation home they were staying in was swept away. Five were members of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Corpus Christi.

In Houston, The Ven. Russ Oechsel, archdeacon for the Diocese of Texas, led the dioceses Spiritual and Emotional Care team through the streets of the Meyerland neighborhood, where there was significant damage to homes. The group of trained lay and ordained volunteers distributed cold water and gift cards for repair supplies, and listened to residents storm experiences. They also offered information about how to connect to local and national disaster recovery resources and services.

Oechsel is also Texas Diocesan Disaster Coordinator and a member of Episcopal Relief & Developments Partners in Response team, which accompanies churches in disaster-impacted communities as they discern their role in the recovery process. Oechsel and fellow Partners in Response member Deacon Elaine Clements, from the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana, are assisting the dioceses of Texas and West Texas at this time.

We are still very early in the disaster cycle, where folks are ripping out carpet and drywall or just trying to figure out what to do depending if they own or rent their home, whether they had insurance or not, if they have somewhere close-by where they can stay while they sort things out, Oechsel said. Getting out into the neighborhood to provide pastoral care and gift cards for food and supplies also helps churches connect with people who may need help toward long-term recovery. We will start to know in the coming weeks where those longer-term needs are and how we can help.

Elsewhere in the region, the Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma is responding to two waves of severe storms on May 6 and May 10 that brought tornadoes and flooding to the area. In Texas, St. Lukes Episcopal Church in Lindale (Diocese of Texas) is assisting in Van, 10 miles west, where a tornado and subsequent flood on May 10 destroyed a significant number of homes; Episcopal Relief & Development is working with the Episcopal Diocese of Dallas to develop a response plan. The organization has also been in contact with the Episcopal dioceses of Arkansas and Louisiana following the storms.

For more information about Episcopal Relief & Developments US Disaster Program, visit the organizations website.

To enable Episcopal Relief & Development to respond to disasters in the United States, please donate to the US Disaster Response Fund.

Episcopal Relief & Development works with more than 3 million people in nearly 40 countries worldwide to overcome poverty, hunger and disease through multi-sector programs that utilize local resources and expertise. An independent 501(c)(3) organization, Episcopal Relief & Development works closely with Anglican Communion and ecumenical partners to help communities rebuild after disasters and develop long-term strategies to create a thriving future. In 2014-15, the organization joins Episcopalians and friends in celebrating 75 Years of Healing a Hurting World.

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Jared Smith Joins MAP Health Management, LLC, as Vice President of Marketing

(PRWEB) June 02, 2015

MAP Health Management, LLC, a provider of outcome data, aftercare programs and revenue cycle management for addiction treatment facilities, announced today that Jared Smith has joined the company as Vice President of Marketing. Mr. Smith will be responsible for developing and implementing a marketing strategy to increase the awareness and visibility of MAPs core message, products and initiatives.

Prior to joining MAP, Mr. Smith was the Marketing Manager at Cottonwood Financial in Irving, Texas, where he was responsible for developing and executing a marketing strategy to drive incremental revenue growth. Prior to that position, he was a Senior Marketing Planner with Pier 1 Imports and a Marketing & Performance Assurance Analyst with Verizon.

Jared will be a tremendous asset to our team with his experience in planning and directing marketing strategy across multiple industries and product lines, said Jacob Levenson, CEO of MAP Health Management, LLC. We are looking forward to developing innovative and creative ways to build greater brand awareness for our expanding company.

It is an honor to join a company with such an amazing mission of making a positive impact on peoples lives by improving treatment outcomes. I am looking forward to doing everything I can to expand MAPs influence in the field of chemical dependency, said Mr. Smith.

Mr. Smith received bachelors degrees in both Marketing and Management from Texas Tech University.

About MAP Health Management, LLC

MAP Health Management, LLC is the industry leader in providing comprehensive outcome data, aftercare programs and revenue cycle management to addiction treatment providers across the country. Nationally recognized treatment facilities trust MAP to help them navigate and thrive in the new healthcare paradigm. Since 2011, MAPs dedicated team of research analysts, recovery specialists, technology professionals and billing experts have worked to improve patient outcomes, empower treatment providers with data, reduce costs and drive facility revenue.

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BlueEHS, the Electronic Health Solution, now available on Amazon AWS Market place

McLean, VA (PRWEB) May 28, 2015

ZH Healthcare (ZH), a leading provider of Health IT solutions, announced today that it is releasing BlueEHS, the Electronic Health Solution, on the Amazon AWS platform as an Amazon Machine Image for the benefit of all AWS users worldwide.

ZH Healthcare is the developer of BlueEHS, a first of its kind, Freemium, SaaS, Electronic Health Solution (EHS). BlueEHS offers a customizable Electronic Health Records (EHR) with an integrated practice management system (PMS), e-Rx, lab interfaces, a telemedicine-enabled comprehensive patient portal, and more. Combined with its Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) services and its EMR consultancy services, ZH Healthcare delivers a truly holistic solution that addresses the complex needs of medical providers around the world.

BlueEHS, and its earlier iteration ZH-OpenEMR, have been available via Software as a Service (SaaS) solution. BlueEHS is popular among Medical providers and Health IT companies due to its flexibility and customizability that delivers unique EHR solutions to unique practices and specialties. It has over 5000 users in 58 countries.

Demand arose from various customer segments for the need to have their EHR stored in private clouds were the customer had full control of the data and the platform. “Medical data is highly sensitive and valuable. Our customers can be research organizations, tech startups or even governments, some of whom demand that patient data be placed in their environment. Some are concerned about security, others want to integrate their own applications, devices and processes” stated Shameem C Hameed, Founder, Chairman and CEO of ZH Healthcare. With the ubiquitous presence of Amazon’s AWS releasing an AMI on the Amazon Marketplace will help ZH extend its BlueEHS solution to parties who are particular about the location and security of their patient and medical data.

BlueEHS is available on Amazon AWS Marketplace . Interested parties may also visit to sign up for BlueEHS SaaS version.

About ZH Healthcare

ZH Healthcare (ZH) is the foremost developer of the most popular open source EMR solution, OpenEMR, which serves more than 300,000 medical providers and up to 600 million patients across the globe.

Current EHR systems are inflexible and are developed to meet the requirements of legal mandates. In response to the market imperative for a more customizable, functional and cost-effective product, ZH designed BlueEHS, the first of its kind Electronic Health Solution (EHS). BlueEHS is an innovative and proprietary, Freemium, SaaS, customizable EHR which has integrated practice management system, e-prescriptions, laboratory interfaces, plus a telemedicine-enabled comprehensive patient portal. Combined with its Revenue Cycle Management services and its EMR consultancy services ZH provides a truly holistic solution that addresses the complex needs of medical providers around the world. – See more at: