DocuTrac’s Website Wins the American Web Design Award

PRLog (Press Release) – Jun. 12, 2014 – Hagerstown, MD – DocuTrac, Inc., a behavioral health software company, launched a new website in May of 2013. The website, designed by Power Marketing, LLC, has recently received the American Web Design Award presented by Graphic Design USA.

The American Web Design Award is an annual contest used to showcase website design and other online communications.  Along with recognition by the visual communications community, winners receive a Certificate of Excellence in design.

DocuTrac’s aim for the website was to provide better organized content and more visually suitable pages so that users could easily find information about DocuTrac’s EMR and billing software products and services. They not only wanted to provide an up-to-date appearance with a more pleasant interface, but also one that was highly intuitive.  The excellent design skills and creative ability of Power Marketing’s staff enabled DocuTrac to achieve these goals with an award winning site.

The web site was launched in conjunction with the Company’s twentieth anniversary. DocuTrac’s President Arnie Schuster, PhD stated that, “launching the new website is a good way to mark this milestone for the company. We hope that our new site’s format will make it easier to navigate, and that visiting us on the web will be a more pleasing experience for our customers and other visitors.”

The site has a live chat system for Sales, a section on hot news topics, and an Easy Insight video on DocuTrac’s electronic medical records and practice management solutions. The site contains downloads and updates, as well as a link to their knowledgebase, and other videos and links related to their EMR and PM software.

Both Power Marketing and DocuTrac are located in Western Maryland. For information on Power Marketing and their services visit . For information on DocuTrac and their behavioral software products and services, visit



June 2014 Newsletter

CMS has Proposed a Rule to Allow Providers to Use 2011 Certified EHRs

On May 20th, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) released a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) CMSwhich would allow participating providers of the EHR Incentive Program to use 2011 Editions of Certified Electronic Health Record Technology (CEHRT) for 2014.

This proposed rule grants flexibility to providers who are experiencing difficulties fully implementing 2014 Edition CEHRT to attest this year. If passed, Providers would be able to use EHRs certified under the 2011 Edition, a combination of the 2011 and 2014 Editions, or the 2014 Edition.

NPRM Rule also proposes to extend Stage 2 of the EHR Incentive Programs through 2016.

Please visit the CMS website for more information or read the press release about the NPRM.

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