Interoperability

Interoperability

Interoperability

Today’s complex healthcare systems are increasingly focused on interoperability and integration, promoting more effective transmission and integration of patient data. Interoperability is essential for the continuity of patient care across care settings, ensuring providers have the right information at the point of care. eClinicalWorks has a wealth of experience, having built thousands of integrations for better quality healthcare among systems.

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Continuum of Care Integrations
 
Device Integrations
 
Financial Integrations
 
Patient Engagement Integrations
 
Practice Management Integrations
 
Public Health Reporting Integrations

Customer Success – Interoperability

Dallas Internal Medicine Group: Tackling the Challenges of Perioperative Care

As a perioperative care practice, Dallas Internal Medicine Group practitioners move among three hospitals — and three different EHRs — as they care for the needs of thousands of patients before, during, and after surgery. DIMG needed a partner capable of developing solutions to its interoperability challenges. By activating the Carequality interface through eClinicalWorks, DIMG physicians now have on-demand access to complete patient records and histories, and have reduced costs while enhancing the quality of care and patient safety.

NCH Medical Group: Battling Information Asymmetry

Northwest Community Healthcare Medical Group, a large multi-specialty practice serving thousands of patients in the suburbs northwest of Chicago, faced a significant challenge with “information asymmetry,” and needed a way to transfer records from Northwest Community Healthcare Hospital, which used a different EHR vendor. Through eClinicalWorks and the Carequality network, they are meeting the challenges of interoperability — with seamless exchange of clinical data, improved communications, and enhanced patient safety.

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