New York's CityMD deploys eClinicalWorks cloud-based electronic health record

The HTML5-based 10e platform will connect the urgent care provider's 300 practices, across 52 locations.
By Jessica Davis
02:40 PM
CityMD will connect the electronic health records of its 52 campuses and about 300 providers.

CityMD, a New York City urgent care provider, has launched the 10e cloud platform from eClinicalWorks, connecting the electronic health records of its 52 campuses and about 300 providers.

The platform will maintain care coordination and critical data access at the point of care and automate processes among practice locations, helping lower costs, officials say.

The EHR incorporates eClinicalWorks patient engagement and population health tools, enabling better preventative care. Since implementation, CityMD says patient experience has improved from registration to after the patient leaves the campus.

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"Our organization is rapidly expanding, requiring a partner that is an innovative leader that will scale with us," CityMD CEO Richard Park, MD, said in a statement. "eClinicalWorks provides enhanced care coordination and patient-centric tools, along with helping us stay nimble."

Launched this past October, the HTML5-based 10e platform also allows data feeds from patients' health and wellness trackers and enables integrated telehealth visits from within the EHR.

"Our intuitive technology and integrated patient engagement tools aid clinics and health networks in delivering quality care efficiently," said eClinicalWorks CEO Girish Navani in a statement. "We're excited to partner with CityMD."

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