Sterling Computers Corporation (Sterling), a leading provider of IT sales and services, has acquired Wide River Technology Extension Center (TEC), the health information technology consulting division of CIMRO of Nebraska. CIMRO of Nebraska will continue to serve as the Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center (REC) for Nebraska through a grant from the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) for Health IT. Through this ONC grant, CIMRO of Nebraska has worked to assist over 1,500 Nebraska practitioners and Critical Access Hospitals to evaluate electronic health record (EHR) systems, implement the software, and effectively use their EHR to improve patient care.
Sterling is a Midwest-based technology solutions provider with over 17 years of experience helping government, healthcare and commercial customers solve the most complex requirements of their IT environments. Sterling enables customers to realize maximum return on investment on all technology expenditures by providing customized solutions through a mix of solutions architecture, proof of concept, product fulfillment, and technology adoption services. Sterling is a Certified Small Business. For more information visit: www.sterlingcomputers.com
CIMRO of Nebraska has served as the Medicare Quality Improvement Organization (QIO) for Nebraska since 2003. Awarded as the highest performing QIO in 2008, CIMRO of Nebraska is a not-for-profitorganization based in Lincoln, Nebraska and is governed by an 11-member Board of Directors.