eClinicalWorks

By Mike Miliard 09:00 am November 19, 2010
Stat Health Services, of Scottsdale, Ariz., has announced the launch of STAT DOCTORS, an eHealth service that brings patients a modern day virtual house call.
By Mike Miliard 09:00 am November 05, 2010
eClinicalWorks, maker of ambulatory clinical systems, has announced eClinicalWorks Version 9.0. This single product version provides on-demand access to all eClinicalWorks complimentary solutions, thereby creating a comprehensive EHR for enhancing and improving the quality of care for patients.
By Molly Merrill 10:14 am November 01, 2010
The San Francisco Department of Public Health is launching a two-year EHR roll-out to its employed physicians, in order to help them meet meaningful use requirements.
By Mike Miliard 11:07 am October 13, 2010
The Health Care Incentives Improvement Institute (HCI3) and the New York City Health Department's Primary Care Information Project have partnered to develop a program to recognize physicians who deliver high-value primary care to adult patients in New York City.
By Mike Miliard 03:56 am October 08, 2010
MedPlus, the health information technology subsidiary of Quest Diagnostics, has announced it is partnering with HP to facilitate and simplify electronic health record (EHR) adoption for physician practices nationwide.
By Bernie Monegain 01:58 pm October 01, 2010
The Certification Commission for Health Information Technology announced Oct. 1 that it has tested and certified 33 electronic health record products under the ONC-ATCB program.
By Mike Miliard 09:00 am September 17, 2010
Dell has announced that its Streak, a five-inch Android-based mobile, will be integrated into its healthcare solutions.
By Mike Miliard 07:48 am September 10, 2010
The Association of Alexandria Radiologists has chosen McKesson's Revenue Management Solutions for radiology billing and practice management.
By Molly Merrill 10:47 am September 08, 2010
Staff at Open Door Family Medical Center in Ossining, N.Y., last month were preparing for a site visit to determine whether they would land a HIMSS Davies Community Health Organization (CHO) award this year.
By Molly Merrill 03:46 pm August 26, 2010
The University of Texas at Austin's new Health Information Technology program is being bolstered by a $2.7 million federal grant that will support four programs aimed at "fast tracking" university graduates into the field of healthcare information technology.

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