Medscribbler Lite EMR passes Microsoft Platform Test for SQL Server 2005
Wilmington, DE April 3, 2007 -- Scriptnetics announced today it has met the Microsoft Platform Test for SQL Server 2005 requirements with its Medscribbler Lite electronic medical record (EMR) software. Certified and tested to the higher SQL Server 2005 standard, Medscribbler Lite employs the freely distributable version, SQL Express, to provide a robust, stable and free EMR to the healthcare industry.
"We are excited at being one of a very few EMRs that have certified to the higher standard of SQL Server 2005" said Michael Milne, CEO. "We are also happy that by using SQL Express we can continue to offer Medscribbler Lite as a service to the industry. Those healthcare providers who have limited needs in an EMR don't have to spend thousands of dollars for clinic extra functions. Others who just want to explore the power of a full featured EMR can do so without risk."
Medscribbler Lite was the first EMR to be designed for the handwriting capabilities of the Tablet PC. It is available for download from a number of download websites or directly from the Medscribbler website.
About Scriptnetics, Inc.
Scriptnetics, formerly BrunMed, is a global leader in software development for the Tablet PC and Ultra Mobile PC (UMPC.) Scriptnetics provides custom software development in the medical, aviation and transportation industries. For more information please visit www.scriptnetics.com
Medscribbler, the first electronic medical record designed for the Tablet PC, is recognized as the leader in a handwriting embedded EMR. It is a robust, client / server, HIPAA compliant and full featured EMR. Medscribbler is available in several versions including the free version, Lite. For more information please visit www.medscribbler.com
About the Microsoft Platform Test
The Microsoft Platform Test for ISV Solutions is one of the requirements for Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) to meet certification in the ISV/Software Solution Competency of the Microsoft Partner Program.
Testing was conducted independently by VeriTest, a testing service of Lionbridge Technologies.
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- Michael Ferguson