21 Providers with Rockford Orthopedic Receive Maximum Medicare Incentives for Meaningful Use
eClinicalWorks Takes Top Spot in AmericanEHR Report
A recent report published by AmericanEHR Partners, titled Market Share and Top 10 Rated Ambulatory EHR Products by Practice Report, places eClinicalWorks highly in regard to market share for small physician practices and functionality with mid-to-larger size practices.
American Society of Plastic Surgeons Partners with eClinicalWorks to Provide Latest Electronic Medical Record Technology
American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS), the world’s largest specialty society of plastic surgeons, and eClinicalWorks announce an agreement to establish a three-year joint initiative to provide a customized electronic medical record for ASPS Member Surgeons.
eClinicalWorks Places in Leader Quadrant for Ambulatory Electronic Health Records Report
In a report released in November 2011 by IDC Health Insights, eClinicalWorks earned high scores for its EHR solution that is used by ambulatory practices of all sizes, placing the company in the Leader Quadrant.
First Oakwood Physicians Receive Incentives for Electronic Health Records
Oakwood physicians are compensated for showing meaningful use.
Central Ohio Primary Care Physicians Selects eClinicalWorks
Central Ohio Primary Care Physicians, the second largest privately-owned primary care group in the United States, has chosen eClinicalWorks for its 230 physicians across 44 practices.
Kansas City’s Carondelet Health Physicians Selects eClinicalWorks
Kansas City’s Carondelet Health, an extension hospital for Ascension Health Information Services, has chosen eClinicalWorks unified EMR/PM system and eEHX for its 65 providers across 11 locations.
47 Providers with Rhode Island’s Coastal Medical Receive Medicare Incentives for Meaningful Use
47 providers from RI’s Coastal Medical have successfully attested for meaningful use and each have received an $18,000 check from the Centers of Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), the maximum amount allowed for 2011.
Florida State University Selects eClinicalWorks
Florida State University will utilize eClinicalWorks unified EMR/PM system in its student health services, serving the University’s 41,000 students.
eClinicalWorks Kicks off 2011 National Users Conference
eClinicalWorks today kicks off its 2011 National Users Conference at the J.W. Marriott Desert Ridge Resort in Scottsdale, Ariz., with a sold out event of 2,700 attendees.
Women’s Care Florida Selects eClinicalWorks
Women’s Care Florida, one of the largest independent, fully integrated OB/GYN groups in the United States, has chosen the eClinicalWorks comprehensive EHR solution for its 165 providers across 52 locations.
Denver Nephrology Selects eClinicalWorks
Minnesota's North Clinic Selects eClinicalWorks
Minnesota’s North Clinic has chosen the eClinicalWorks comprehensive EHR solution for its 84 employed providers.
Oklahoma’s Comanche County Memorial Hospital Selects eClinicalWorks
Oklahoma’s Comanche County Memorial Hospital has chosen the eClinicalWorks comprehensive EHR solution for its employed physicians across 28 locations that are multi-specialty.
eClinicalWorks Customer New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene Receives HIMSS Davies Award
eClinicalWorks’ customer NYC Department of Health & Mental Hygiene received a 2011 HIMSS Public Health Davies Award of Excellence for its Primary Care Information Project (PCIP).
Seton Healthcare Providers of Austin Receive Maximum Medicare Incentives for Meaningful Use
Providers with Austin, Texas, Seton Healthcare Family have each received an $18,000 check from CMS after successfully attesting for meaningful use, the maximum amount allowed for 2011.
Family Physician at Primary Health Medical Group is First in Idaho to Successfully Attest to Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Records
Primary Health Medical Group, a multi-specialty medical practice in the Treasure Valley, has become the first health care organization in the state of Idaho to have a physician attest to Meaningful Use.
Providers with Rhode Island’s Aquidneck Medical Associates Secure Maximum Medicare Incentives for Meaningful Use
Indiana University Health Centers Select eClinicalWorks
Indiana University Health Centers have chosen eClinicalWorks comprehensive EHR solution for use in its Bloomington and Indianapolis campuses.
Ohio's Adena Health System Selects eClinicalWorks
Ohio’s Adena Health System has chosen the eClinicalWorks comprehensive EHR solution for its 150 employed physicians. Designed to improve communication with access to real-time information, it will also be offered to non-affiliated community practices.
Two Calif. Primary Care Physicians Lead the Way in Transitioning from Paper to Electronic Health Records
Two California primary care physicians, Dr. Sheldon Zitman and Dr. Joseph Bettencourt, have successfully attested to being “meaningful users” of certified EHR technology.
Florida’s Dr. Carlos A. Labrador Secures Maximum Medicare Incentives for Meaningful Use
St. Petersburg, Fla.’s Dr. Carlos A. Labrador, a solo family practitioner, has received an $18,000 check from CMS after successfully attesting for meaningful use, the maximum amount allowed for 2011. He is among 15 physicians using eClinicalWorks that have received the incentives, including Dr. Raj Naik of Bestcare Family & Geriatric, also in Fla.
City of Philadelphia Selects eClinicalWorks for Electronic Health Records
The City of Philadelphia has selected eClinicalWorks to help improve the continuity of care for the City’s Department of Public Health.
eClinicalWorks Recognized as one of Boston Area’s Fastest-growing Companies
eClinicalWorks announces that it has been ranked number 13 as a 2011 Pacesetters honoree by the Boston Business Journal.
HITEC-LA Selects eClinicalWorks as Preferred Vendor for Certified Electronic Health Records
HITEC-LA, the Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center (REC) for the nation’s largest county, announced today that it has selected eClinicalWorks as one of its preferred vendors for certified EHRs.
2,000 Practices Using eClinicalWorks are Ready for Meaningful Use
eClinicalWorks announces that 2,000 practices have successfully upgraded to Version 9, the company’s meaningful use (MU) version
State of Hawaii, Public Safety Department, Corrections Health Care Selects eClinicalWorks
The State of Hawaii, Public Safety Department has selected eClinicalWorks EMR system to help manage care at its seven correctional facilities, which are located on four islands.
Pennsylvania’s Main Line Health Selects eClinicalWorks
Main Line Health, a non-profit health system serving the greater Philadelphia region, is implementing eClinicalWorks comprehensive EHR solution, and also making assistance available to its affiliated physicians who desire to use the eClinicalWorks EHR. The first practice became live in less than 11 weeks.
Arkansas REC Names eClinicalWorks a Preferred Vendor
HITArkansas, the federally designated Health Information Technology Regional Extension Center (HITREC) for the state of Arkansas, has named eClinicalWorks a preferred vendor.
eClinicalWorks Partners with CalHIPSO for Regional Extension Center Initiatives
The California Health Information Partnership and Services Organizations (CalHIPSO) has selected eClinicalWorks as a first round Electronic Health Record (EHR) Partner for its primary care providers. CalHIPSO provides Regional Extension Center (REC) services to all of California except Los Angeles and Orange County.
Continuum Health Partners Selects IntelliDose to Use with eClinicalWorks
Continuum Health Partners, the network of five prestigious hospitals and academic medical centers in Manhattan and Brooklyn, has chosen to use IntrinsiQ’s IntelliDose® clinical oncology software with eClinicalWorks unified EMR/PM system to support its major expansion of cancer care services.
eClinicalWorks Achieves Integration with more than 1,000 Hospitals
eClinicalWorks today announced that the company has completed interfaces with more than 1,000 hospitals.
BayCare Health System and eClinicalWorks Put Florida Physicians on Electronic Health Records Platform
eClinicalWorks and BayCare Health System, the largest community-based health system in the Tampa Bay area, today announced that they have partnered to provide eClinicalWorks’ comprehensive EHR solution to BayCare’s approximately 3,000 physicians.
Edward Rippel, M.D. is Connecticut’s First Solo Practitioner Recognized as a Patient-centered Medical Home
Dr. Edward Rippel, owner of Quinnipiac Internal Medicine, P.C., of Hamden, Conn., has been recognized by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) for achieving Level 3 Physician Practice Connections®-Patient-Centered Medical Home™ (PCMH) status, the highest level available.
Illinois’s Riverside HealthCare Selects eClinicalWorks
Suburban Chicago’s Riverside HealthCare will be offering eClinicalWorks comprehensive EHR solution to its employed physicians.
Norman Regional Health System’s Dr. Cynthia Taylor First in Nation to Receive Check for Meaningful Use
eClinicalWorks customer, Dr. Cynthia Taylor, affiliated with Norman Regional Health System, is the first in the country to receive a reimbursement check from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) for demonstrating “meaningful use” of an electronic medical records system.
eClinicalWorks Receives "Best in KLAS" Ranking in 2010 KLAS Awards
eClinicalWorks announced that the KLAS report, 2010 Top 20 Best in KLAS Awards: Software & Professional Services, ranks eClinicalWorks first in the Ambulatory EMR (26-100 Physicians) category for the second consecutive year.