Healthcare Software Should SOLVE Problems

CLIN1 Suite provides a complete set of Healthcare IT Components running on a single Windows Server (or Cluster of Servers).

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January 10, 2014

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Designed for

  • Healthcare Facilities of all sizes that don't want to sacrifice quality or capabilities.
  • Facilities that want to implement a simpler easier to manage solutions.
  • Facilities that want to save time, money, and personnel thru intensive use of virtualization.


If you've experienced Forum Support, you'll appreciate REAL technical support. We have THE BEST technical support in the industry.

  • 24x7 Technical Support.
  • Less than 1hr call-back better than 90% of the time.
  • We are advocates for our users and try to eliminate "finger pointing".
  • Support Staff that know your applications at your facility.
  • Training that fits your staff and your facility.
  • Customizations available for when "off the rack" isn't quite right.

Free Demo

If you are currently evaluating software for your Healthcare Facility, Click Here and ask us about a "free demo". We would be happy to setup a remote session so that you can try our products first hand; allow us to provide you with a guided tour and you get to drive. You can call us at 800-570-0474 or 480-888-9447 (In Arizona).

Special Offers

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Electronic Medical Records: No, it's not the same as EHR. The Medical Records department has their own set of duties, requirements, and responsibilities that compliment the clinical environment (and helps keep them out of trouble). Create mandatory "ask on admit" and "ask on discharge" questionnaires.

Pharmacy: Manage medication profiles, medication orders, drug interactions, patient education, repackaging and medication administration records (in 9 different formats). Tracks Pharmacist Interventions and can be interfaced with your dispensing hardware.

Laboratory: Configurations to fit clinics, doctors offices, hospitals, reference, toxicology, forensic, genetic and veterinary laboratory facilities. Extensive result/report delivery options and order communications capabilities.

Radiology/Imaging: Get more out of your PACS while improving workflow, scheduling and charge collection.

Transcription: Integrated directly to Radiology/Imaging. Preliminary readings go directly to PACS as do Finaled (Reviewed) readings; saves both time and man-power.

Scanning and Document Management: Use any Twain compliant scanner with our document scanning component. Scan legacy chart documents as well as consent forms, insurance cards, etc directly into the patient chart.

Enterprise Scheduling: Manage patient, resource and event schedules for unlimited departments and users. Multi-level security, automatic follow-ups and voice auto-dialer for automated reminders.

Patient Outreach/Patient Portal: Leverage your time and your personnel. Provide patient access to lab results, pre-registration, etc.

Important Features:

Single Database Server: All of our components utilize the same (identical) SQL Server. If you already have ONE of our applications running, then you already have the SQL Database Server and your Server Hardware for ALL of our applications. That's one less thing to have to purchase as you grow your IT Infrastructure and Resources. Get rid of those extra servers and save yourself some electricity (and headaches). Since YOU own YOUR data, you never have to worry about how it's being used. You can't really say that about "HOSTED" systems.

Windows Server Technology: Tired of searching for technical staff with non-mainstream or esoteric experience requirements to man your IT department? Tired of searching and paying premium prices for software that will run on an oddball steam-driven operating system? Our systems all run on native Windows Server and Windows Desktop environments; available just about everywhere. Most of our applications are "VMWare Friendly", allowing you to utilize Virtualization for even greater savings (and added security through very easy and inexpensive system redundancy).

Integrated; Not Interfaced: All of our components are designed to work together. They weren't purchased from some other company and shoe-horned into our client's environment to "sort of" fill a need. They were designed and written by us to be integrated seamlessly into our environment and to compliment our other components and resources. No interface related "finger pointing"; it just works.

Knowledgeable Staff: Because we develop all of our own applications internally, you'll get answers to your questions quickly and definitively; without waiting to hear back from some expert in Munich or Sydney. All of our trainers and support staff live and work in the United States; it matters.

Real Technical Support Staff: While we are utilizing technology and social media pathways more and more, the majority of our technical support is provided by real people that know and understand our applications and your facility and that reside within the Western Hemisphere. We have a better than 90% 1 hour callback rate. You'll get answers when you need them and not have to spend your time sifting through a "support forum" and hoping that someone has posted a reply. We can also provide training via remote access or online training sessions, so your new-hires can be brought up-to-speed quickly.

Hosted EHR Systems

Something to keep in mind...

It seems like everybody and their brother is providing "Hosted Solutions" these days. In some cases, hosted systems are a very good thing, but be very careful and make sure you know exactly what you are getting into. Make sure you know the answers to the following questions and make sure you feel very good about those answers.

  • Exactly who will have access to your patient data; which and how many employees?
  • Will any of your patient data ever be harvested or sold to a third party?
  • Where, physically, is your data stored? In this country?
  • If the worst case scenario happens and you have to migrate your data to a new system, what is the process and how much will it cost? Is it even possible?
  • Share these questions and answers with your Medical Records Department Head. What is their opinion?

If any of the questions above "give you pause", contact us for a "safer alternative". You can find more related information here: