With the rapid rise of EHR adoption, industry focus has shifted to interoperability between systems, which allows for better transmission of data related to the care of a patient. Interoperability is important for ambulatory care as it aids in coordinating care across the continuum. The ability to share data across different platforms, different systems and different care venues is crucial in order to provide the right information at the point of care for providers to make the best decisions. eClinicalWorks has spent years developing connections with countless systems so that clinicians can have secure, direct access to patient information, wherever a patient receives care.

With thousands of integrations built, eClinicalWorks is dedicated to building bridges to better care. Here you will find information about many of our connections.

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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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