Pediatric Cardiology Center of Oregon Selects eClinicalWorks Cloud EHR and PRISMA to Improve Patient Care
Cardiology practice implements a one patient, one record approach to healthcare for fast, accurate decision-making
WESTBOROUGH, MA.—July 13, 2023— eClinicalWorks®, today announced that Pediatric Cardiology Center of Oregon— a full service pediatric cardiology group specializing in congenital heart disease — recently selected eClinicalWorks to improve efficiency with the industry’s first health information search engine, PRISMA. This one patient, one record approach collates medical information from specialties, urgent care facilities, hospitals, and primary care providers to enable faster and more accurate decision-making.
Pediatric Cardiology Center of Oregon has cared for pediatric and adult patients in the Pacific Northwest since 1986. With a pioneering pediatric heart program, the practice has made several key advancements in treating congenital heart disease, such as the first Norwood surgical procedure for hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS) in Oregon and the first arterial switch operation for transposition of the great arteries (TGA).
“With PRISMA, we can access and search relevant patient data from multiple sources, making it easier to provide comprehensive care to our patients. We can easily gather records from Legacy Emanuel Medical Center and Randall Children’s Hospital, which both use Epic’s EHR,” said Dr. Peter Chang, President of Pediatric Cardiology Center of Oregon. “PRISMA’s intelligent search features account for abbreviations and terminology, so our providers can find exactly what they are looking for in seconds. PRISMA also displays patient charts, notes, and results in a side-by-side view, which is easier for our staff to click through and view.”
With PRISMA, Pediatric Cardiology Center of Oregon can now:
- Interoperate with every EHR participating in CommonWell and Carequality to access any patient record without complex hospital IT system integrations,
- Collate information into a readable, searchable table or grid view,
- Aggregate patient information from insurance payers and patients’ wearable devices to promote better interoperability,
- Leverage search insights to improve value-based care.
PRISMA gives providers intelligent, efficient, and user-friendly search capabilities. Today, eClinicalWorks providers exchange more than 4 million patient records every day with PRISMA.
Learn more about the PRISMA and eClinicalWorks suite of health IT solutions at www.eclinicalworks.com.
About Pediatric Cardiology Center of Oregon
Pediatric Cardiology Center of Oregon has been caring for children and adults with congenital heart disease in the Pacific Northwest since 1986. Our pediatric heart program, previously name Children’s Cardiac Center of Oregon, has pioneered many important advances in the treatment of congenital heart disease, including the first Norwood surgical procedure for hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS) in Oregon, as well as the first arterial switch operation for transposition of the great arteries (TGA). For more information, visit www.pccoforegon.com.
eClinicalWorks was founded in 1999 to help digitize paper charts for ambulatory practices. Today, eClinicalWorks leads the nation in innovation with cloud-based solutions for Electronic Health Records and Practice Management. In addition, we help ambulatory practices, specialists, health centers, urgent care facilities, and hospital systems manage their revenue cycle, patient relationships, and Population Health initiatives. More than 150,000 providers and nearly 1 million medical professionals rely upon the power and scalability of the eCW Cloud for flexible clinical documentation, better front-office workflows, and more efficient billing driven by Robotic Process Automation. We combine innovation, leading-edge technology, and a commitment to patient safety to enable practices to grow and thrive amid the challenges of 21st-century healthcare. For more information, visit www.eclinicalworks.com, follow us on Facebook and Twitter, or call (866) 888-6929.