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NarrativePRO to Exhibit Narrative Writing Software at Three Regional EMS and EMT Conferences in July NarrativePRO

Saint Louis, MO, July 19, 2012 --(PR.com)-- NarrativePRO will be displaying it's narrative writing software at the Oklahoma, Tennessee and Missouri EMS conferences in July. NarrativePRO's representatives will be on hand to answer questions, demonstrate capabilities, and provide information about the software.

NarrativePRO will participate in the Oklahoma EMT Association's Annual Conference on July 11-13 at the Tulsa Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center; the Tennessee EMS Education Association's Conference on July 19-20 at the Embassy Suites in Nashville and the Missouri EMS Expo on July 31-Aug 2 at the Branson Convention Center in Branson, MO.

EMS professionals around the country trust NarrativePRO's software to help save substantial time on both writing high-quality narrative reports and processing billing and claims with increased efficiency over handwritten or form documents. EMS organizations have noticed increased revenues by reduced claims denials from complete, thorough and accurate reporting, which over a short period of time, can lead to substantial savings and incremental revenues.

NarrativePRO representatives will be demonstrating the NarrativePRO 2012 software for attendees to evaluate. Stop by the NarrativePRO booth for a product demonstration.

For more information, go to http://www.narrativepro.com.

To schedule a one-on-one appointment with a NarrativePRO representative during the event, send an email to E-CMSLeads@powerofcms.com

About The Oklahoma EMT Association

The Oklahoma EMT Association fosters, encourages and promotes the constant upgrading of skills, abilities, qualifications and educational requirements of the EMT professional and encourages the development of Emergency Medical Services at all levels in order to better serve our communities and the medical profession. Visit www.oemta.org for more information.

About the Tennessee EMS Education Association

The Tennessee Emergency Medical Services Education Association provides EMS educators with an opportunity for growth, academic achievements and leadership in Tennessee and advocates legislation and regulation that promotes the development of the EMS profession. Please visit www.tnemsea.com for more information.

About the Missouri EMS Association

The Missouri Emergency Medical Services Association is committed to promoting high quality medical services across the state. MEMSA provides leadership in legislative issues, education, training as well as providing a forum for EMS professionals to come together to accomplish common goals. Members are EMS agencies, fire departments, hospitals, volunteer agencies, first response and training agencies. See www.memsa.org for more information.

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