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Nuesoft Technologies Announces Fall 2010 Grant Winners

ATLANTA (October 4, 2010) – Nuesoft Technologies Inc. today announced the fall 2010 winners of its College Health Scholarship Program. Six college and university health centers each received an in-kind donation of up to $5,000 to be used toward Nuesoft’s college health center software or electronic medical record (EMR).

The fall 2010 grant recipients are: Concordia University Wisconsin, Samford University, Bryn-Mawr College, Cornerstone University, Colorado State University - Pueblo and University of Portland.

“These schools were so deserving of this scholarship and are sure to get valued use out of the clinic management software,” said Jennifer McDuffee, director of marketing and communications for Nuesoft. “Every spring and fall since 2008 applicants put together their applications, but these six were obvious choices after seeing their compelling proposals.”

Nuesoft products, including Nuesoft Xpress™ clinic management software and Nuevita™ electronic health record (EHR) help college health professionals electronically manage the administrative and clinical functions related to running a college health or counseling center.

The scholarships will assist schools that would not normally be able to automate their operations. All applications were reviewed by a selection committee comprised of college health professionals.

For more information, visit the Nuesoft Xpress Web site at

About Nuesoft Xpress
Nuesoft Xpress™ is a division of Nuesoft Technologies Inc. Established in 1993, Nuesoft is the leading Internet-based practice management solution for physicians’ offices, billing companies and university health centers. Nuesoft was one of the first companies to pioneer software as a service (SaaS) and has the datacenter facilities to support secure and HIPAA-compliant application hosting. The company has an established U.S. customer base of more than 15,000 users in 49 states, and houses and maintains more than 1.5 million student records. For more information, visit or call (800) 401-7422.