Hospital and Communities

The eClinicalWorks comprehensive electronic health record and practice management solution is an integral part of hospital networks and community health systems throughout the country.  eClinicalWorks is a highly-scalable , Web-based solution that includes an unified suite of products all designed to improve office workflow and efficiency, connect providers to their patients and to other community providers, and reduce costs while enhancing the quality of care.


Arizona Integrated Physicians (AIP) is a physician-owned organization that is comprised of more than 600 physicians, using eClinicalWorks EMR/PM system. Features including clinical decision support actively help providers improve chronic and preventative care.

AIP enhances the viability and sustainability of area independent physicians,” said Keith Dines, CEO of Arizona Integrated Physicians. “As part of that objective, we sought an electronic health record vendor that would work closely with our physicians to ensure they have a system that will optimize their practices and improve quality of care. eClinicalWorks offers superior functionality for a wide-range of practices that is intuitive to use and provides innate interoperability. We found a partner with eClinicalWorks.”


BayCare Health System , the largest community-based health system in the Tampa Bay area, has partnered with eClinicalWorks to provide its comprehensive EHR solution to BayCare’s approximately 3,000 physicians. BayCare is also utilizing eEHX, which interfaces with BayCare’s in-patient Cerner EHR system. eEHX is available to all practices in the BayCare network at the time of deployment and provides a longitudinal view of patient records, showing a patient’s medical history in a simple format, and eClinicalWorks P2P.

BayCare is committed to delivering superior patient care and ensuring that our clinicians and providers have all the tools necessary to make this possible,” said Bruce Flareau, MD, Chief Medical Informatics Officer and Vice President of Physician Alignment at BayCare Health System. “Teaming with eClinicalWorks enables us to improve communication among our providers and between the practices and our patients while also having immediate, 24 x 7 access to charts, tests and discharge information – when and where the clinicians need it.”

Beth Israel Deaconess Physicians Organization (BIDPO) is a value based independent physician network of over 1800 physicians and is affiliated with the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) in Boston. eClinicalWorks EMR/PM was unanimously selected to be implemented across 300 doctors in 150 practices. Multiple integrations with BIDMC hospitals and Quest have been deployed and by implementing eEHX, interoperability will be established between these outpatient doctors with BIDMC’s hospital inpatient systems.

eClinicalWorks is the only EHR in the marketplace that meets our requirements for full interoperability, advanced security and private cloud hosting,” said Dr. John Halamka, CIO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School.


Central Georgia Health Network (CGHN) has served as a network of multi-specialty providers in Central Georgia, since 1996, including private practices, a hospital and the academic faculty at Mercer University. Using eClinicalWorks, CGHN providers will benefit from improved communication and patient information during both hospital stays and visits to private physician practices. Also, eClinicalWorks Electronic Health eXchange (eEHX) will create a community health record to engage CGHN physicians and their patients in more effective medical management.

Central Georgia Health Network is leading a clinical integration project that brings together multiple specialty, private physician groups and hospital in the interest of helping providers implement systems that increase the quality of patient care,” said Girish Kumar Navani, president of eClinicalWorks. “Using eClinicalWorks EMR/PM, with an interface to the hospital’s Cerner in-patient system, and in conjunction with our Electronic Health eXchange will help providers easily improve operations and communication throughout the extended practices. The community-wide record that is created through this agreement will allow CGHN physicians to have the most up-to-date and accurate patient information, including electronic referrals, to provide superior care."


Children’s Hospital Boston , one of the top pediatric hospitals in the country, selected eClinicalWorks for its primary care network. eClinicalWorks also worked with the Pediatric Physicians’ Organization at Children’s (PPOC) to build a pediatric-specific disease registry reporting module, which aids the improvement of clinical care across the network.

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Children’s Hospital Boston is nationally recognized for its pediatric research and high-quality of care,” said Dr. Gregory J. Young, president and CEO of the Pediatric Physicians’ Organization at Children’s Hospital Boston. “Implementing a clinical computing system in the primary care offices is the next logical step in advancing patient care. We worked closely with the PPOC physicians who selected eClinicalWorks to improve clinical processes at physician practices and promote patient safety while reducing expenses.”


Children’s National Medical Center of Washington D.C. , one of the nation’s top-ranked pediatric hospitals by U.S. News & World Report, has selected eClinicalWorks EMR/PM system for its Children’s IQ Network SM .  Children’s IQ Network is dedicated to improving connectivity, care and outcomes for children—and will be the first of its kind in the Washington D.C., Maryland and Virginia region.

Children’s IQ Network will use eEHX additionally connect public schools, foster care program and mobile medical vans as well as state immunizations registries, commercial labs and other regional healthcare providers.


Continuum Health Partners , the largest nonprofit health system in New York City, has exclusively selected eClinicalWorks EMR/PM software and eEHX for its 1200 employed physicians, 1100 residents and 1000 volunteer physicians.

Continuum Health Partners has several disparate systems across its locations,” said Bonnie Sessa, CIO of Continuum Health Partners. “eClinicalWorks will enable us to remove them and create a streamlined solution throughout the community. After a year and a half review process, we selected eClinicalWorks for the sophistication and ease-of-use of its system along with the opportunities it allows by eliminating redundant software."


Main Line Health (MLH), founded in 1985, is a non-profit health system serving portions of Philadelphia and its western suburbs. MLH is implementing eClinicalWorks comprehensive EHR solution, and also making assistance available to its affiliated physicians who desire to use its comprehensive EHR. The health system has purchased 150 licenses to date and the first practice became live in less than 11 weeks.

The majority of our hospital patients are also seen by our community providers,” said Matthew L. Crawley, Ph.D., director of the community physician electronic medical records program at Main Line Health. “Connecting them with each other and with the hospitals for aspects of care including referrals, labs, radiology and discharge summaries will make the practices more efficient and help facilitate better overall care. eClinicalWorks has shown its ability to execute and has been a great partner in this process.”

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Massachusetts eHealth Collaborative is a nonprofit organization coordinating a $50 million electronic medical records project in three Massachusetts communities. Each physician practice has been allowed to select the EMR of its choice without thought to cost as the Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Massachusetts Foundation is covering the bill as long as the EMR is integrated into the practice. eClinicalWorks has proven to be the overwhelming favorite among doctors participating this project with 170 out of 180 doctors offices selecting eClinicalWorks. This innovative project is being carefully watched by several other states.

Memorial Hermann Physician Network has chosen eClinicalWorks EMR/PM for nearly 1300 physicians across southeast Texas; also implementing eClinicalWorks Electronic Health eXchange for community health records.

Memorial Hermann prides itself for the most innovative solutions for improving the quality of patient care," said Dr. Richard Blakely, Chief Medical Officer. "Our physicians are convinced that eClinicalWorks is the ideal solution for our doctors because of the intuitive nature of the product, its inherent connectivity supporting our clinical integration strategy, and the outstanding record of customer support provided by eClinicalWorks to its customers."


Oakwood Healthcare, Inc. (OHI) implemented several products offered by eClinicalWorks, including: the eClinicalWorks unified EMR/PM system; eEHX; and eClinicalWorks Patient Portal. The tools will help Oakwood-affiliated physicians create a better community health record for the people they treat and improve communication between providers and patients.

Oakwood strives to provide its physicians with the tools required to improve quality of care in addition to meeting meaningful use requirements,” said Paula Smith, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer of OHI. “We chose eClinicalWorks because they offered a complete all-in-one solution that is easy-to-use and fits with small practices that cover multiple specialties. Working with eClinicalWorks is entering a partnership that will lead to a higher quality of care for patients.”

St. John Providence Health System , the largest provider of inpatient care in southeast Michigan, offers eClinicalWorks comprehensive EHR solution to its approximately 3,000 employed and affiliated physicians. This solution includes eClinicalWorks EMR system, eEHX, eBO, eClinicalWorks P2P, eClinicalMobile and eClinicalMessenger – all designed to extend the use of EHRs beyond the practice’s walls to improve communication with access to real-time information.

St. John Providence Health System, in conjunction with its physician hospital organization, St. John HealthPartners, is focused on an integrated physician strategy, in which every physician that touches a patient will have access to information wherever they are,” said Gayle Duckworth, Director of Application Services for St. John Providence Health System. “To support this, we required a company that would partner with us and share this goal. We additionally needed to change EMR systems to enable our providers to meet the meaningful use objectives. eClinicalWorks is in the best position to aid us in achieving our goals and has shown itself to be the most customer-friendly and willing to work with us as a partner."

Summa Health System brings together physicians from three Ohio hospitals in Akron City, St. Thomas and Cuyahoga Falls General making it one of the largest organized delivery systems in the state. With eClinicalWorks, their healthcare providers will be able to streamline internal processes between the health system’s three hospitals. The Patient Portal allows its patients and physicians to communicate easily, safely, and securely over the Internet for aspects of their care including appointments, lab results and statements.

Implementing an EMR platform through eClinicalWorks underscores to our resident candidates and our patients the value we place on continually evolving as a healthcare organization to meet the ever changing impact technology has on patient care," said Dr. Michael Maggio, chair of Summa Health Network, Summa Health System’s physician-hospital organization.

Tufts Medical Center and the New England Quality Care Alliance, Inc. (NEQCA) , the physician network of Tufts, are using eClinicalWorks software, placing the system in both the academic and community settings. As part of this agreement, eClinicalWorks EMR/PM software is available to nearly 900 primary care and specialty physicians as well as 421 residents. eClinicalWorks Patient Portal will also be used to improve patient communication.

As one of the nation’s leading academic medical centers, Tufts Medical Center continuously looks to new initiatives that will positively impact patient care,” said Ellen Zane, president and CEO of Tufts Medical Center. “This single electronic medical record system will connect our academic medical center with physicians located in a variety of practice settings throughout the community. It is a unique arrangement that will give us the most comprehensive and up-to-date information possible on our patients, enabling us and our physician partners to deliver better, more comprehensive care."