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VirtualHealth Technologies looks forward to Congressional support of healthcare modernization


LEXINGTON, Ky. A company that develops electronic medical records software is eagerly looking forward to the $20 billion that Congress plans to make available to modernize the healthcare industry.

VirtualHealth Technologies said it has "very aggressive" plans for 2009 to introduce new products, including a software package for practice management and electronic medical records, through subsidiary Medical Office Software. It plans to make the package available during the first three months of this year.

"The modernization of our healthcare system has been an excruciatingly slow process for too many years," VirtualHealth Technologies president Jim Renfro said in a statement. "Historically, the catalyst in jump-starting the adoption of any technology in the physician practice market space is the support and participation of the federal government."

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