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Grove Medical: Tackling Diabetes with Healthcare IT

Posted by eClinicalWorks on Sep 18, 2017 2:40:09 PM

If there is such a thing as the perfect illustration of how a medical practice should adopt Electronic Health Records, it may be Grove Medical Associates in Auburn, Massachusetts. Over the last 12 years, from their Go-Live with eClinicalWorks to meeting the challenges of value-based medicine, the physicians and staff at Grove have demonstrated excellence and innovation that are models for the industry.

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Topics: Patient Engagement, Patient Portal, diabetes

Brown Clinic: Superusers Building Value

Posted by eClinicalWorks on Aug 21, 2017 6:07:00 AM

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 can develop.

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Topics: EHR, CCM, Superuser

Dimock: Making Dental Health a Community Priority

Posted by eClinicalWorks on Aug 16, 2017 6:07:00 AM

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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Topics: dental, community health, integration

2017 National Health Center Week

Posted by eClinicalWorks on Aug 14, 2017 6:04:00 AM

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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Topics: National Health Center Week, Health Centers

Changing nutrition habits to boost community health

Posted by eClinicalWorks on Aug 7, 2017 6:00:00 AM

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 nutrition, better health, and a more fulfilling life?

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Topics: community, health, cooking, nutrition education