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How telehealth helps to improve compliance among ADHD patients

Posted by Dr. Prasanthi Reddy, Rainbow Pediatric Center on 10/15/18 11:07 AM

Established in 2004, Rainbow Pediatric Center (RPC) has seven providers serving patients in Jacksonville and Ponte Vedra, Florida. We work thoroughly at bridging the gaps in healthcare and providing quality healthcare to our patients. Regarding ADHD patients, we knew that close follow-up with patients yielded better outcomes. We noticed that some parents were having difficulty getting children to appointments. Parents did not want to pull their children out of school for frequent check-ups and we were unable to meet the demands of requested after-school visits. This was a big barrier to care.

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Topics: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, ADHD treatment, telemedicine

How Eva, the eClinicalWorks Virtual Assistant, is transforming the office visit

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 10/11/18 4:30 PM

V11, the latest version of our core EHR, is transforming healthcare by providing physicians and medical staff with tools for comprehensive documentation, in-depth understanding, greater value, and higher satisfaction — for users and patients.

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Topics: EHR integration, EHR usability, Physician burnout

eClinicalWorks and National Health IT Week

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 10/11/18 3:30 PM

We’re back from Nashville, where we held our 11th annual National Conference, and now we are jumping right into National Health IT Weekwhich focuses on catalyzing change in the U.S. healthcare system through the use of information technology.

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Topics: National Health IT Week, Information technology, healthcare IT

Powering Through on Game Day!

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 10/7/18 5:29 PM

Sunday was our last day together at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center, but even though the conclusion of the 2018 eClinicalWorks National Conference was in sight, it was clearly no time to let up on the learning and networking.

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Topics: Prizma, National Conference, V11, telemedicine

Making Connections on Saturday

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 10/6/18 5:10 PM

The thousands of eClinicalWorks customers who came to Nashville this weekend expected to hear about improvements to the core EHR, see some new products and services, renew friendships, and have some fun.

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Topics: National Conference, Interoperability, CommonWell, CareQuality, EHR, televisits

Bright Medical Horizons in Nashville

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 10/5/18 7:36 PM

Sometimes, to know where you’re going, it’s important to take a look back. Which is why eClinicalWorks CEO and cofounder Girish Navani included a 1998 screenshot of the Google search engine and a 1994 image of the Netscape web browser during yesterday’s Keynote kicking off the 2018 National Conference.

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Topics: networks, Interoperability, integration

What are MACRA and MIPS?

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 8/27/18 4:54 PM

Since 2016, the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA) and Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) have been changing the healthcare reimbursement landscape. Now, providers have largely adjusted to the new rules, are meeting the reporting requirements, and have turned their attention to finding ways to improve their performance.

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Topics: MACRA, MIPS, Medicare

eClinicalWorks Interoperability Expert Named to CommonWell Board of Directors

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 7/12/18 6:00 AM

eClinicalWorks is excited to announce that Tushar Malhotra, Director for Interoperability Strategy and Business Development, has been appointed to the CommonWell Health Alliance® Board of Directors. Tushar has a decade of experience in the healthcare IT industry and is responsible for defining solutions and services for integrating the eClinicalWorks EMR with disparate systems and applications.

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Topics: Interoperability, CommonWell

#TBT Innovations from the National Conference

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 6/21/18 12:00 PM

Although our 11th annual National Conference is still four months away, we are in full-speed prep mode for the big event in Nashville, Tennessee! We’ve been designing, organizing, packing and planning so our customers can enjoy an experience to top even the hard-to-follow 2017 Conference.

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Topics: National Conference, Eva, Interoperability

A Community Tackles the AIDS Crisis

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 6/18/18 6:00 AM

In 1984, in the early days of the AIDS pandemic, U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Margaret Heckler made a bold prediction: An effective vaccine against HIV would be available within two years.

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Topics: PRM Services, HIV, AIDS

Righttime Medical: Building a New Medical Model

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 6/11/18 6:00 AM

What happens when primary care practices don’t provide patients with the service they demand, including flexible hours? Someone else does.

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Topics: Patient Engagement, Urgent Care, Interoperability, pediatric

Helping NYC Youth Reach Their Potential

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 6/4/18 6:00 AM

An outsider might assume that New York City youth are universally savvy and self-reliant, capable of finding their way in what is, after all, one of the world’s largest and most diverse cities, a place that is brash, bold, and seemingly bursting with confidence.

But the reality is that youth everywhere face many of the same problems, have many of the same questions, and struggle with many of the same issues. Those issues range from dealing with the physical and emotional changes that come with puberty to questions of identity, self-confidence, and how to navigate the world.

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Topics: Patient Portal, Patient Engagement, healow

ADHD and Telemedicine: A Natural Fit

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 5/30/18 3:05 PM

Two converging trends

When you step back and look at long-term trends in medicine, some things seem obvious. The use of telemedicine to better serve pediatric patients with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is such a case.

While mental restlessness has been a part of human behavior throughout history, it is only in recent decades that medical professionals have discerned a treatable difference between individuals who sometimes have trouble focusing and others, including many children, who have the disorder known as ADHD.

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Topics: ADHD, healow, televisits, pediatric

Getting Online with Patient Engagement

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 5/21/18 9:18 AM

Let’s Talk about Excellence!

At Prime Care Family Practice of Prince George, Virginia, things were going well. Having worked with eClinicalWorks since 2012, the practice had an excellent healthcare IT partner. Providers were seeing 600 patients each week. The phones were busy.

But early in 2016, Dr. Amar Shah recognized a serious deficiency in his Patient Engagement strategy: It was all about the telephone.

Telephones are great, but if they are the primary or sole method patients use to reach their providers, access to healthcare can suffer, along with patient satisfaction.

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Topics: Patient Portal, Patient Engagement, Open Access®, healow

Striving for health in rural America

Posted by eClinicalWorks on 4/23/18 6:00 AM

Like many rural areas in the U.S., Pecos, New Mexico and environs has two tales to tell. One is of breathtaking natural beauty, where hiking, biking, and sightseeing unfold against a backdrop as beautiful as any in the nation. The other is a story of hardworking people who sometimes struggle with issues of health, insurance, and access to quality care.

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Topics: Health Centers, reporting, chronic conditions, documentation

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