Azalea Health Innovations, Inc. provides electronic health records system, Azalea EHR to Gordon State College’s Health Services and Informatics Administration Program

Valdosta, GA (January 8, 2013) — The Health Services and Informatics Administration Program of Gordon State College in Barnesville, GA will begin using an electronic health records system (EHR), Azalea EHR, provided by Azalea Health Innovations (AHI), Inc. in January of 2013.

After reading of another college using Azalea EHR in an article featured in the Georgia Health Information Management Association (GHIMA) newsletter, Associate Professor of Health Sciences & Informatics Administration, Nanci Cross became interested in adopting the simple, cloud based EHR. Cross was impressed with the streamlined and user friendly system;”Within a few uses I was able to easily navigate through the comprehensive system.”

The Health Services and Informatics Administration Program is currently in the development stage but intends to utilize Azalea EHR in several courses in 2013, adding additional courses in subsequent semesters. Cross expects students to gain superior skills and knowledge that are essential for today’s healthcare practice, “Students will love the hands-on training and direct interaction with their education that Azalea EHR will give them”. She continues to say, “We appreciate (AHI)’s commitment to enhancing education and strengthening the healthcare industry’s workforce!”

About Azalea Health Innovations®, Inc.
Azalea Health Innovations®, Inc. is a leading provider in cloud-based electronic health records software (EHR), practice management software (PM), and revenue cycle management services (RCM). Azalea products provide continuity that unifies both the medical and financial aspects of today’s healthcare provider.

About Gordon State College
Gordon State College joined the University System of Georgia in 1972 as an associate level institution with a distinctive legacy of excellence in scholarship and service. From its founding in 1852, Gordon has grown and changed, not only in response to, but also in anticipation of, the educational needs of its community. Gordon’s scope of influence now extends beyond the surrounding areas to include the rapidly growing suburban areas south of Atlanta, east of Columbus, and north of Macon. For more information visit