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HealthEfficient Partners with eClinicalWorks to Support its 40+ Member Health Centers Across the Country



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Over 1,800 member providers nationwide utilize eClinicalWorks to help underserved communities meet critical medical, dental, behavioral health and vision needs WESTBOROUGH, Mass,— July 13, 2022— HealthEfficient offers integrated primary care solutions to Federally Qualified Health Centers nationwide with support from eClinicalWorks® and its industry-leading, cloud-based solutions. The not-for-profit organization enables eClinicalWorks healthcare technology solutions to help its 40+ member health centers with over 1,800 providers in underserved communities across nine states and Washington, D.C. meet holistic patient needs and optimize practice management.   Since 2007, HealthEfficient members have used eClinicalWorks […]
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Midwest Orthopaedic Center Selects eClinicalWorks cloud EHR and Revenue Cycle Management Services



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47 provider Illinois-based orthopaedic practice chooses eClinicalWorks to improve efficiency and productivity WESTBOROUGH, Mass.—June 29, 2022— eClinicalWorks®, a leader in healthcare IT solutions, today announced that Midwest Orthopaedic Center, a multispecialty orthopedic clinic with integrated rehabilitation services in Illinois, recently selected eClinicalWorks for improved patient engagement plus its Cloud EHR and Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) solutions, powered by Robotic Process Automation, for improved efficacy and productivity.   Midwest Orthopaedic Center offers a wide range of orthopaedic services in Peoria and Pekin, Illinois. They employ a patient-centric approach to healthcare, utilizing […]
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Celebrating American Heart Month



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Understanding the importance of your cardiovascular health is key to reducing the chances of contracting life-threatening diseases. Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States, and adopting a healthful diet alongside regular physical exercise can reduce the chances of contracting the disease.
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An Authoritative Voice for Healthcare Documentation



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Given the diverse, complex tasks of modern medicine, it is likely that human scribes will always have a role to play in healthcare. Nonetheless, a May 2021 article in EHR Intelligence notes that health systems nationwide continue to adopt scribe technologies where the powers of computing and artificial intelligence can improve efficiency without compromising safety.
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Better Ways to Hear Patients’ Stories



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Dr. Kenneth LeCroy says his family primary care practice, Lighthouse Family Medicine, often has nurse practitioner students who are eager to know what each patient’s diagnosis is. As much as diagnoses matter, Dr. LeCroy offers these students a broader perspective.
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Back to the Basics During the COVID-19 Era



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With COVID-19 forcing changes to medical practices, 2020 is a great time to go back to basics. As students return to school and families juggle their schedules, it’s the perfect time to do your healthcare IT homework to make sure you’re delivering the services and information they need.
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Physician Burnout – The eClinicalWorks Solution



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Technology continues to advance in healthcare, but an epidemic of physician burnout continues to threaten the quality of both the doctor’s and the patient’s experience. Between 2011 and 2014, burnout increased from 45.5% to 54.4%, according to the American Journal of Medicine. That had a negative impact on the quality of care, patient safety, and provider and patient satisfaction. While some EHR companies’ solutions may actually make the burnout problem worse by forcing providers to spend even more time on their computers, eClinicalWorks is providing tools that help providers actually reduce the risks of burnout.
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How to Minimize Physician Burnout Using Scribe



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For today’s busy physicians, finding ways to speed workflows without sacrificing accurate, quality care is critical to meeting the needs of their patients. According to a July 2018 study of U.S. physicians conducted by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine, 55 percent reported symptoms of burnout. The study found that physician burnout is as important a factor in medical errors as unsafe medical workplace conditions — if not more so.
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