Connecticut’s Stamford Hospital Selects eClinicalWorks To Connect Physicians - Software as a Service
Posted Aug 04 2009 6:03pm
The hospital is offering the physicians an opportunity to use the software from eClinical as a subsidized price, thus making it more affordable and having the ability to connect and they are also offering the mobile solution to be used on a smartphone/cellphone. eClinicalWorks also has the capability to connect with the HeatlhVault to allow patients to share information.
Here’s one more screenshot from a prior post According to the article, the hospital will have a ready made portal for patients. Physicians can be anywhere and be able to access information through a secure sign on and have the ability to share with other MDs. A few months ago in Orange County, CA Hoag Hospital also announced subsidizing the purchases for affiliated doctors with eClincalWorks. BD
WESTBOROUGH, Mass.--( BUSINESS WIRE )-- eClinicalWorks ®, a market leader in ambulatory clinical systems, today announced that Stamford Hospital, serving Connecticut’s lower Fairfield County and a major teaching affiliate of the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, has selected eClinicalWorks’s unified electronic medical records (EMR) and practice management (PM) solution for its employed and affiliated physicians. In addition to the EMR/PM system, Stamford will use eClinicalWorks’s Patient Portal, Electronic Health eXchange (eEHX), Enterprise Business Optimizer (eBO) and eClinicalMobile – all designed to extend the use of electronic health records beyond the practice’s walls to improve communication and access to real-time information.
“We are very pleased and excited at Stamford Hospital to be able to offer our physician community a state-of-the-art electronic medical records platform at a subsidized price that practices can afford. We believe enhancing patient information exchange is an essential step to improve the quality and efficiency of the medical care we deliver,” said Andrew Snyder, MD, Vice President Ambulatory Physician Network Development at Stamford Hospital.