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ASAP 16th Annual Conference

ASAP_LogoAre you an addiction treatment professional in New York State? Join us at the ASAP 16th Annual Conference (Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Providers of New York State Association) at the Saratoga Hilton and City Center, Saratoga Springs, NY.

ASAP is an excellent resource for organizations, groups and individuals that prevent and alleviate the profound personal, social and economic consequences of alcoholism and substance abuse. SMART proudly serves several prominent New York customers including Albert Einstein College of Medicine, Acacia, Greenwich House, and Staten Island University Hospital. Working closely as partners, SMART has refined our EHR Software to meet the unique needs of each multi-modality New York Treatment Organization.

SMART Software is a leader in the state of New York, providing a Paperless Electronic Health Record and Clinic Management Software to organizations providing Behavioral Health, Substance Abuse, and Mental Health Treatment Services. Our customized New York Software model allows your team to be efficient when processing and implementing NY billing and clinical documentation requirements.

SMART EHR Software Partner Dr. First

Business Partnership – Putting You First with DrFirst

Dr. First PartnerDecember 2012, SMART announces their partnership with DrFirst, the nation’s leading e-prescribing and solutions platform physician practices, major health plans, health systems, hospitals, and EHR vendors. A Surescripts Gold Certified solution provider for four consecutive years with its award-winning Rcopia electronic prescription management system, DrFirst utilizes the Surescripts network for pharmacy connectivity, health plan information, and patient medication history.

SMART has completed it development efforts and now provides seamless integration linking Rcopia with The SMART System. SMART will still provide the primary point of entry for patient health data, but prescriptions and entries made directly to Rcopia will be automatically reconciled to the individual SMART patient records, keeping both platforms “in sync”.