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February
23
2016
Modern Healthcare: eClinicalWorks Plans to Compete for Hospital EHR Business
eClinicalWorks, Westborough, Mass., is teaming up with Tidelands Health, a two-hospital integrated delivery system based in Georgetown, S.C., and other unnamed “strategic partners” to develop a product for launch into the acute-care EHR market.


February
23
2016
Healthcare IT News: eClinicalWorks Makes Big Move Into Acute Care EHRs, Signs Tidelands Health
eClinicalWorks is moving into the acute care EHR space, and will be showcase early work on the new technology at HIMSS16, the company said.


January
17
2016
NECN: CEO Corner with Girish Navani (Video)
How are electronic health records revolutionizing health care? eClinicalWorks’ CEO Girish Navani, Grove Medical Associates’ Dr. David Weinstock and Jim O’Brien discuss how technology can improve healthcare delivery while positively impacting the physician/patient relationship.


November
22
2015
NECN: eClinicalWorks Expanding in Massachusetts (Video)
eClinicalWorks CEO Girish Navani says they are hiring people every day at the medical software company he founded back in 1999. In fact, he tells why they plan to hire 1,000 people in Massachusetts over the next three years. How is this company changing the ways doctors and patients communicate? And can they reduce the cost of medical care?


July
27
2015
BetaBoston: Innovation Economy
For employees of eClinicalWorks in Westborough, lunch options abound.


July
21
2015
Healthcare Informatics: MOST INTERESTING VENDORS – eClinicalWorks: Riding a Wave of Innovation
Healthcare Informatics chose ambulatory EHR company eClinicalWorks (eCW) as one of this year’s most interesting vendors on the HCI 100 list both because of what it has accomplished over the past decade, and because of its potential for continued growth.


July
21
2015
Fast Company: Business Lessons from an Unlikely Sport – Cricket
How is cricket related to business? eClinicalWorks’ CEO, Girish Navani says this is a team sport with a strong culture, and legacies are hard earned.


March
30
2015
Boston Globe: Feeling fit? Firm unveils software to let your doctor know
Westborough-based eClinicalWorks, one of the largest companies selling electronic health records to medical practices, has launched a software feature to link dozens of popular consumer devices — including fitness trackers, scales, and blood sugar monitors — into patient records.


February
17
2015
Fortune: The software ‘unicorn’ that will never go public
I spent time at a private tech shop that never took any venture funding (nor any debt), yet would be an official unicorn if it had just raised a dollar or two.


November
19
2014
Entrepreneur: The Case for Never Selling Your Company
Remember the startup mission and really consider if selling is the best thing for the brand and your customers.