New Jersey health system to use Sage EHRs
South Jersey Healthcare (SJH), a healthcare system offering hospital services, ambulatory care services and home healthcare services to the residents of Southern New Jersey, has chosen Sage Intergy EHR system for physicians through eHealth Connection, SJH's EHR Grant Program.

The eHealth Connection program will subsidize 85 percent of Sage Intergy EHR licensing fees for physicians on the SJH medical staff, according to Tom Pacek, chief information officer for SJH. It will also subsidize the cost to implement interfaces, which will allow the practices to receive and send clinical information, lab orders and reports, and mineable data for quality and outcomes analysis.

The Tampa, Fla.-based company said its system will be available either as an ASP model or as an onsite, client-server system.