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    Scribe Combats Physician Burnout

    For today’s busy physicians, finding ways to speed workflows without sacrificing quality is critical to meeting the needs of their patients. Patients have a related, but slightly different view, one that focuses on the quality of their experience first. eClinicalWorks Scribe is one answer for both needs. Physicians at Florida’s Gastro Health and Maine’s InterMed describe how Scribe is helping them save time on documentation, get back more of their personal lives, improve the quality of the healthcare experience for their patients, and reduce the risk of physician burnout. 


    Interoperability for a Growing Network

    With more than 90 providers, 46 locations throughout Central and Southern Florida, and the need to work with more than 35 major hospitals, First Choice Neurology needed a healthcare IT partner that could integrate thousands of patient records, streamline workflows, and help them tackle the challenges of interoperability. eClinicalWorks met their needs. First Choice Neurology now enjoys fast access to comprehensive patient records at Tampa General Hospital and beyond.

    Telemedicine at Work in Florida

    The Clark Clinic recognized that the best way to expand their reach in the rural areas of Florida they serve would be through the use of healow TeleVisits, fully integrated into the eClinicalWorks EHR they were using so successfully. They undertook a “tech it up” campaign of awareness and training among their staff and patients, and now offer patients the option of using telemedicine for many routine check-in visits, as well as care planning and medication questions. The Clark Clinic is going further, as well, implementing healow Open Access® for appointment booking and Messenger campaigns for more effective Patient Engagement.


    The Cloud Brings Hope to Big Sur

    Along a rugged stretch of Central California known for its beauty and natural disasters, Big Sur Health Center stands alone in providing care to residents of the region. When heavy rains and mudslides in the winter of 2017 forced the closure of roads and bridges, the community was isolated. Using the eClinicalWorks cloud, providers were able to access patient records, prescribe life-saving medications, and coordinate delivery of those medications by helicopter.