STI Computer Services Named Preferred Vendor by the New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC) 

STI completed the qualification and selection process and demonstrated its commitment to New York’s health IT mission.  Discounts and favorable pricing are available to NYeC practices. 

Syracuse, NY – STI Computer Services, Inc. announced today it has been named a Preferred Vendor of electronic health records by New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC), the federally designated Regional Extension Centers for New York State. 

The New York eHealth Collaborative partners with companies committed to helping New York providers attain Meaningful Use and connect to the statewide health information exchange networks.  NYeC vendor partners must commit to maintain Meaningful Use certification, comply with all New York State policies governing the use of health technology, and assist practices to connect to the statewide health information networks.   

As the highest level of partnership between the NYeC and EHR vendors, Preferred Vendors must also undertake a substantial qualification and selection process and demonstrate commitment to New York’s health IT mission. Additionally, the vendors have agreed to provide the following: discounts and favorable pricing to NYeC practices, standardization terms and conditions for EHR purchases, and training and support to NYeC staff and consultants working with practices in the field. 

STI’s ChartMaker Medical Suite is proven technology used by hundreds of New York State providers to help them meet the quality reporting, interoperability, and ePrescribing measures of Meaningful Use.  President of STI, Ted Itzkowitz said, “It is always gratifying to be recognized for our work helping providers use health information technology more effectively.  We never take for granted the fact that our work can both improve the work experience of our customers and improve healthcare for real people.” 

About STI Computer Services, Inc. (STI): STI specializes in the development, sale, installation, and support of medical practice computer software. The ChartMaker® Medical Suite includes four integrated modules: Practice Manager, Scheduling; Entry Point, and the Clinical Electronic Medical Record system. The ChartMaker® Medical Suite is currently installed in over 3,000 medical practices. All modules are true Microsoft Windows program systems using Microsoft SQL & .NET technology. STI also provides IT infrastructure, hardware products, installation and technical support. For more information, visit and

About the New York eHealth Collaborative (NYeC): NYeC is a not-for-profit organization, working in   partnership with the New York State Department of Health to improve healthcare for all New Yorkers through health information technology (health IT). Founded in 2006 by healthcare leaders, NYeC receives funding from state and federal grants to serve as the focal point for health IT in the State of New York. NYeC works to develop policies and standards, to assist healthcare providers in making the shift to electronic health records, and to coordinate the creation of the Statewide Health Information Network of New York (SHIN-NY), a network to connect healthcare providers statewide. For more information about NYeC, visit