Interoperability across organizational boundaries improves patient care and quality Eagle Physicians & Associates, a multispecialty health care practice, implemented eClinicalWorks to exchange patient data and move towards interoperability to continue improving the quality of patient care. The organization achieved bidirectional exchange of patient’s clinical data across medical practices and partnering hospitals, allowing for better communication and accurate patient records.
March 30 2017
Tips for Giving your organization a telehealth checkup Saurabh Singh outlines how eClinicalWorks is expanding patients’ access to care with telehealth. He notes the current development to fully support healthcare delivery across care modalities to expand patients’ access to care.
Improving Patient Engagement With Chronic Care Management Reimbursement for Chronic Care Management (CCM) services by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) commenced on Jan. 1, 2015 to improve non-face-to-face services for Medicare beneficiaries who have multiple, significant chronic conditions. Several examples prove how CCM improves patient care. One stands out in particular: Robert Grove, an 81-year-old resident of Georgetown, S.C. and retired Army officer who recently experienced these benefits firsthand.
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?