10-30-19 Echo Group and White Horse Additcton

From left: White Horse Human Resources Director Lynette Nason, White Horse CEO Mitch Yeaton, White Horse Administrator Marie Vadala, Echo Group Vice President of Professional Services and Support Ann Mills, Echo Group Project Manager Becca Gagnon and Echo Group Interim CEO Allan Normandin. (JAMIE GEMMITI PHOTO)

CONWAY — The Echo Group, the only provider of visual electronic health record technology for the behavioral health industry, has announced that it will be supplying providing electronic health record technology and billing services for local behavioral health facility, White Horse Recovery, located nearby in Ossipee and North Conway.

“We are excited to partner with White Horse Recovery as we look to make more local connections,” said Allan Normandin, Echo’s interim chief executive officer.

“White Horse is known for doing great work in our community, and we are thrilled to be able to offer them an EHR and billing technology. Our combined solution will give them all the tools they need to build and grow a successful agency,” he said.

According to Echo, its EchoVantage electronic health record technology will enable White Horse to convert all of their paper charts to electronic versions that capture client information, appointments, diagnoses, prescriptions, treatment plans and more into one central location that can be viewed and used in real time.

“We are thrilled to finally be able to toss our paper charts and folders,” said Mitch Yeaton, chief executive officer at White Horse Recovery.

“EchoVantage will allow us to better track, treat and collaborate with our clinicians and clients.”

Yeaton told the Sun, “They gave us a competitive bid, it was better than others. We chose them because we liked the product, support and proximity of Echo to us.”

For more information about EchoVantage and The Echo Group, go to echobh.com.

For more information about White Horse Recovery, go to whitehorseac.com.

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