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  • Brown Clinic: Superusers Building Value
    Great Work on the Great Plains They say that in business, as in life, you can’t do everything. You can’t have it all. But sometimes, just trying works out pretty well. That’s the case at Brown Clinic in Watertown, South Dakota, where staff have demonstrated that being a relatively small medical practice doesn’t mean you have to limit what you offer — or the healthcare IT expertise you...
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  • How medical assistants improve a doctor's workflows
    How can doctors get more face-to-face time with their patients? How can healthcare organizations help to reduce healthcare costs for their patients? Dr. Gregory "Duke" Carlson from TexomaCare explains how he values face-to-face care and the methods he utilizes to maximize that time. With the assistance of eClinicalWorks, TexomaCare has implemented a team approach, helping to drastically improve th...
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  • Dimock: Making Dental Health a Community Priority
    Facing a Dental Divide In many ways, healthcare in America has made enormous progress over the last century-and-a-half. Advances in technology and pharmaceuticals have made medicine safer, less painful, and more effective.
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  • Helping to reduce healthcare costs for patients
    How can doctors get more face-to-face time with their patients? How can healthcare organizations help to reduce healthcare costs for their patients? Dr. Gregory "Duke" Carlson from TexomaCare explains how he values face-to-face care and the methods he utilizes to maximize that time. With the assistance of eClinicalWorks, TexomaCare has implemented a team approach, helping to drastically improve th...
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  • eClinicalWorks Celebrating Health Center Week!
    For more than 24 million Americans, health centers are there to provide the quality healthcare services we all need and deserve, from primary care, pediatrics, and OB/GYN services, to internal medicine, dental and visions services, and behavioral health. eClinicalWorks is proud to work with more than 700 health centers nationwide, and we salute them during National Health Center Week!
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  • 2017 National Health Center Week
    Celebrating the care all Americans deserve For most Americans, getting to the doctor is a fairly routine activity. We may not like taking the time to book and keep an appointment, but most of us do not worry that the services will be there when we need them.
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  • Changing nutrition habits to boost community health
    At Tulane Culinary, it’s “food first” Remember the oat bran craze of the late 1980s? How about the low-carb Atkins Diet? And how, once upon a time, all cholesterol was considered bad? And how people used to count calories? OK, people still count calories. But is that the best way to lose weight and keep it off? Is losing weight the only point, or should the real goal be better nutrit...
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  • Uplifting Community Through Better Dental Health
    See how Boston’s Dimock Center implemented the eClinicalWorks Electronic Dental Record (EDR), providing a comprehensive solution for appointment booking, exams, periocharting, and Patient Engagement that helped improve workflows and resulted in an 8% increase in patients served.
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  • Population Health, then and now
    In the most fundamental sense, American medicine has been studying the health of its population since Colonial times. The establishment of the first American medical society in Boston in 1735, and the first medical schools — Philadelphia’s in 1765 and New York’s in 1768 — marked the opening, tentative steps to move medicine beyond the relationship between one physician and one patient ...
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  • How Messenger Sustains Community Practice
    How does an established practice improve? Imagine for a moment that you run a small family health practice. You’ve been a part of the community for more than 50 years, and deliver quality care to thousands of patients, young and old. You’ve kept up with developments in healthcare, expanded the services you offer your patients, and even made the transition to Electronic Health Records ...
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  • RCM: Easing a Solo Provider’s Business Worries - Part 2
    Dr. Thomas Kelly launched Shore Community Medical in December 2011, confident eClinicalWorks would meet his documentation and practice management needs. But the most critical factor in the success of this sole-provider practice has been Revenue Cycle Management from eClinicalWorks. In this episode of the eClinicalWorks Podcast, we chat with Dr. Kelly about the RCM difference, which has provided tr...
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  • RCM: Easing a Solo Provider’s Business Worries - Part 1
    Dr. Thomas Kelly and his business associate, Ahmed Elmanan, knew medicine and business, respectively, when they began Shore Community in December 2011. What they didn’t fully appreciate were the specific challenges that come with running a healthcare business. eClinicalWorks has helped them every step of the way, from EHR/PM for documentation and workflows to RCM for billing, and a Population Heal...
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  • Using Big Data to Right Size a Practice
    Patient Portal and a Touch of Standard Deviation Enjoying the Practice of Medicine Again Doctors become doctors for lots of reasons, mostly having to do with helping others remain healthy, overcome illness, and live fuller, more meaningful lives. But along the way a lot can happen. Your practice grows larger and more complex. Financial headaches abound. Insurance rules change. Govern...
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  • EssenMED House Calls: Bringing Care Home
    NYC-based EssenMED House Calls has grown from 40 patients to more than 4,000 in just 10 years, using the power and mobility offered by eClinicalWorks to bring a full range of medical services to the homes high-need patients — including care management, coordinated home care, diagnostic and specialty care, and transition-of-care services for patients returning home from a hospital stay.
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  • The house call, once upon a time
    Medical Quality Comes Home You know all those Norman Rockwell painting showing a kindly, white-haired doctor coming to the house to give a child his or her checkup? Once upon a time in America, that was the norm. In fact, as recently as 1930 — well within the memory of many Americans — 40% of all patient encounters in the U.S. were house calls, according to a 2011 study in American Fa...
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  • Chronic Care Management: Improving Quality of Care
    Aging populations, chronic needs The fact that America is aging is no secret. According to the Population Reference Bureau, the number of Americans age 65 or older is expected to double by 2060 — to nearly 100 million. Nor is such information new. The trends have been apparent for years, and even if the estimates vary here and there, there’s no doubt that the nation’s average age is r...
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  • eClinicalWorks 2017 Health Center Summit: A Time to Connect
    The 2017 eClinicalWorks Health Center Summit in Boston offered a look at the latest tools for Patient Engagement and Population Health, along with company updates from CEO Girish Navani. And in the spirit of the communities that health centers serve, there was abundant opportunity for networking, meeting fellow professionals, and strengthening our resolve to improve healthcare together.
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  • Tulane Medical: Deepening Understanding of Community Health
    Combining Population Health and data analysis tools from eClinicalWorks, physicians at Tulane University Medical Group have improved their understanding of the challenges involved in providing quality care to an urban population with high rates of preventable chronic diseases. The progress has positioned Tulane as a national leader in identifying and solving long-term and newly emerging challenges...
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  • Embracing Technology for a Healthier Oregon
    Since 1961, River Road Medical Group has been an integral part of healthcare in Eugene, Oregon. With the eClinicalWorks EHR, along with Patient Portal, online booking, and eClinicalMobile for remote documentation, they have embraced technology to further enhance care quality, empower patients, and improve compliance with key health screenings.
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  • How CCM Saved a Cardiac Patient’s Life
    Using eClinicalWorks’ CCM solution, Pawleys Pediatrics & Adult Medicine has successfully implemented Chronic Care Management at their South Carolina practice. Dr. David Haseltine discusses how the program helped detect a potentially debilitating cardiac condition in Vietnam War veteran Robert Grove, leading to effective treatment that restored him to full health.
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  • CityMD: Urgent Care with Kindness in NYC
    Founded in 2010, CityMD provides urgent care through more than 60 walk-in clinics in the New York City area. Providers are dedicated to providing convenient, affordable and high-quality medical care. Their mission of dispensing kindness to every patient is supported by an emphasis on care coordination teams that are constantly following up with patients after they leave the clinic. And it’s all ba...
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  • Tulane Culinary: ‘Food First’ for Health
    The Goldring Center for Culinary Medicine, associated with the Tulane University School of Medicine, takes a “food first” approach to nutrition and health. Through cooking classes and sound education — and backed by the power of eClinicalWorks for data and analytics — the Goldring Center is helping referred patients improve their dietary habits and better control health conditions such as diabetes...
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  • Chronic Care Management and Aging
      America Ages — and Aches Today, approximately 15% of Americans, some 46 million of us, are age 65 or older. Fast forward 40 years and the ranks of those eligible for Chronic Care Management are projected to reach nearly 100 million, about a quarter of the U.S. population. The exact numbers are anyone’s guess, but the trends are clear: Americans are living longer than ever. Medicine...
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  • Taming information asymmetry in Chicago
    Dr. Ghanshyam M. Shah and his colleagues at NCH Medical Group (formerly Northwest Suburban Physicians) faced a significant challenge with “information asymmetry,” and needed a way to exchange patient records between their eClinicalWorks EHR and Northwest Community Healthcare Hospital, which uses Epic. Thanks to the CommonWell and Carequality interoperability frameworks, each patient’s complete rec...
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  • Communication and a unified platform aid chronic care management
    With a unified Chronic Care Management (CCM) solution from eClinicalWorks, the physicians and case managers through the Northern Ohio Medical Specialists system enjoy a single, unified platform for communication, documentation, and case management. The result: Higher quality of care and improved outcomes for patients with multiple chronic medical conditions enrolled in NOMS’ CCM program.
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  • Sustainable Community Engagement in NYC
    Learn how Riverdale Family Practice, a full-service primary care practice in the Bronx, New York, employed Patient Portal, healow apps, and eClinicalWorks’ Patient Relationship Management (PRM) Services to streamline workflows, provide greater convenience to their patients, and continue to provide the highest quality healthcare to a socially, culturally and economically diverse patient base.
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  • Patient Engagement in New York City
      Do you live in a busy urban area? Do you work in healthcare? Do you multitask? If you said yes to the first two, we can guarantee you said yes to the third. Riverdale Family Practice (RFP) knows firsthand what busy is. Marking their 30th year in the Kingsbridge/Riverdale neighborhood of the Bronx, New York, RFP serves more than 35,000 people — young and old, rich and poor, from ev...

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