Virginia medical practice chooses Pulse

Wichita Business Journal
by Shane T. Farley

A pediatric medical group in Virginia has picked Wichita’s Pulse Systems Inc. to automate its medical records.

Pediatric Associates of Richmond Inc. chose Pulse’s patient-relationship management software for use at its facilities. A Pulse company official says the deal helps increase the company’s presence in the Virginia market.

Dr. Matthew Weber, physician with PAR, says Pulse’s customer service and technical support made it the choice over two other software options.

“It’s gratifying to hear from satisfied customers,” Pulse president Basil Hourani said in a written statement.

Pulse provides electronic-health record and practice-management software to thousands of physicians nationwide.
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