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STAT! Systems, Inc. Selects Easy Business Software as Lytec Interface Provider

Berkeley, CA, August 2000 - STAT! Systems, Inc. recently announced that it has signed on Easy Business Software as their premier interface provider to the leading billing system Lytec for use with Q.D. Clinical. Easy Business Software will also provide interface solutions to most major billing systems for STAT! Systems Inc., a full service software solutions company dedicated to helping private and small group practices, clinics and hospitals automate their medical records affordably.

At the recent tradeshow, Ride the Wave 3, Fred Dietrich, President/CEO and Linda Julian, Manager of Customer Support for the Southwest Region, presented Q.D. Clinical as the latest electronic medical records software for interface to Lytec via X-link. X-link offers interface and conversion products for most major billing systems on the market today.

"With well over 350 practices converted by the end of 1999 and over 25 gigabytes of medical data over the last twelve months alone, Easy Business Software has become the source for Lytec conversions nationwide," says Gary Gorsline of Easy Business Software.

The STAT! Systems - Easy Business Software partnership was the obvious solution for Q.D. Clinical users who want to interface to their current billing system or convert to an entirely new system," says Frederick W. Dietrich, President/CEO of STAT! Systems.

STAT! Systems, Inc. offers interfaces to most major billing systems including Lytec, Medisoft, CompuMedic, and Med Master. Visit www.statsystems.com or call us, toll-free, at 877-4-CHARTS for more information. For more information on Easy Business Software, visit www.ezbizware.com.

More than two thousand physicians nationwide have purchased the Q.D. Clinical computer based records system. Q.D. Clinical is compatible with voice-recognition software, pen-based and touch screen technologies and has extensions for data warehousing, clinical trials, patient-based assessments, managed care, and longitudinal data studies.