Six County Agencies Join Kings View Professional Services
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Six County Agencies Join Kings View Professional Services

Healthcare Tech Outlook | Friday, November 26, 2021

The addition of six county agencies to Kings View Professional Services will help them reinforce their value as a credible EHR system.

Fremont, CA: Electronic health records (EHRs) have seen significant technological breakthroughs. EHR systems have the ability to revolutionize the healthcare sector from a largely paper-based industry to one that uses clinical and other data to help doctors give better care to their patients. Modoc, Inyo, Sierra, Alpine, Colusa, and Trinity County Behavioral Health Agencies have decided to be part of the Kings View Professional Services Catalyst Program, powered by Credible, which delivers intuitive management services as well as an industry-leading electronic health records system. Credible EHR offers California-specific billing and state reporting, straightforward form-development capabilities to fulfill county and municipal standards, and a completely unconnected mobile solution for community-based services.

The Catalyst Program from Kings View Professional Services helps California county agencies manage their clinical, operational, and financial capabilities more effectively. To support better results, drive efficiencies, and optimize income, agencies benefit from a client portal with seamless connectivity, an effective and speedy implementation process, a learning management system for staff, and enhanced analytics and business data.

"We have been extremely pleased by the response we have received from California's county agencies since choosing Credible EHR as our platform," states Bill Dollar, Chief Information Officer, Kings View Professional Services. "The addition of these six county agencies reinforces the trust that our counties have in us to bring them a premium, inclusive service that ensures they remain compliant while expanding their service offerings and maximizing revenue."

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