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eclinicalworks fined by HHS OIG for patient safety risk
By Jessica Davis 10:07 am July 31, 2018
Just one year after it settled with the DOJ for $155 million, OIG dinged the cloud-based EHR vendor for violating the settlement terms in its corporate integrity agreement.
eClinicalWorks lawsuit
By Tom Sullivan 11:33 am May 07, 2018
U.S. government got approximately $125 million out of the False Claims case but what about eClinicalWorks customers?
eClinicalWorks DOJ settlement
By Bernie Monegain 09:19 am May 04, 2018
A look at what has transpired since the EHR vendor agreed to pay a fine in the False Claims suit that rattled the industry.
New EHR go-lives
By Healthcare IT News 10:14 am April 16, 2018
From community hospitals to major federal government agencies, this month has already seen a number of notable happenings in the electronic health record space.
eClinicalWorks electronic health record
By Mike Miliard 12:41 pm April 03, 2018
Multispecialty physician group, one of the largest in the state, chooses eCW's V11 to help it manage value-based care.
EHRs and AI
By Tom Sullivan 12:03 pm March 13, 2018
Leading electronic health record vendors at HIMSS18 signaled intentions to incorporate AI and machine learning into EHRs and other tools currently being developed.
eClinicalworks
By Tom Sullivan 11:17 am March 07, 2018
The electronic health record vendor is working on a version that would run on monitors such as Microsoft Surface and feature four distinct panels to help doctors make decisions.
eClinicalWorks electronic health record
By Jessica Davis 11:49 am February 28, 2018
Launching at HIMSS18 next week, the new software aims to create seamless data sharing between ambulatory and acute care settings.
By Bernie Monegain 02:17 pm February 06, 2018
PCMC becomes the latest hospital to turn to a hosted electronic health record.

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By Tom Sullivan 10:15 am January 18, 2018
The cloud-based electronic health record vendor will be showing new features and functionalities that CEO Girish Navani says make the software smarter so it helps doctors.

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