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Healthcare, change, and changing mindsets

Posted by eClinicalWorks on May 22, 2017 9:03:34 AM

 

If there’s anything more difficult than developing healthcare IT, it’s implementing it. And we’re not talking here about the developers and trainers at companies such as eClinicalWorks whose job it is to teach the software to clients. We mean how clients themselves adapt to rapidly changing technology. 

eClinicalWorks focuses a lot of time and attention on training. But the best trainer in the world cannot be certain that clients understand the tools they use every day until they demonstrate confidence in the use of new technologies, and show that they are thinking differently about processes and workflows.

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Topics: healow, patient engagement, Patient Portal, EHR, Case Study

The right tools in human hands

Posted by Chris Sinacola on Dec 28, 2016 10:52:50 AM

Most healthcare providers today don’t lack technology. The real challenge is realizing the full potential of the EHR, smartphones, tablets, trackers and apps. That means developing stronger communication skills, and making sure all providers and staff are trained to take advantage of available technologies.

 

As John Lynn from healthcarescene.com explains in our two-part podcast, communication and training are essential to better medicine.

 

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Topics: healow, patient engagement, apps, health trackers, dashboards

Make Tracks for Texas!

Posted by Chris Sinacola on Oct 24, 2016 11:34:49 AM

Four days of inspiration. Four days of innovation. Four days of interaction with fellow professionals from across the nation and around the world. Orlando has been magical!


From the pulsating introduction of Friday’s Keynote, through dozens of breakout sessions, panel discussions, and live Podcasts, you’ve seen and shared the best that eClinicalWorks has to offer. And the only question after Saturday’s legendary Sunset Celebration is this: Can next year top it?


Let’s find out! Set your sights on Texas, and save the date — October 6-9, 2017 — at the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center in Grapevine, where we’ll stage the 2017 eClinicalWorks National Convention. Registration opens in January.

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Topics: National Conference, 2016, #eCW16

If the Cubs Could Do It…

Posted by Chris Sinacola on Oct 24, 2016 9:52:34 AM


It’s push time. The final day of an exhilarating and packed conference. By now, those lasting impressions of Saturday’s Sunset Celebration have blended with all you’ve heard about billing, interoperability, Population Health, and Patient Engagement. To be honest, you’re not sure how much more you can absorb, or exactly how you’ll put all this new knowledge to use once you get back to the office.


Maybe you should have attended one more breakout session, gotten a bit of Hands-On Training, or connected with one more exhibitor. Maybe instead you just enjoyed that 75-degree, postcard-ready Orlando weather and chatted with other convention-goers.

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Topics: Interoperability, National Conference, 2016, #eCW16

Timeout for a Colorful Celebration!

Posted by Chris Sinacola on Oct 23, 2016 9:43:54 AM

 

There’s been a lot of amazing teamwork at the 2016 eClinicalWorks National Conference over the last few days. Start with the eCW teams who pulled everything together for Friday’s Keynote and kickoff. Don’t forget the phenomenal staff of the Orlando World Center Marriott, who are catering to the needs of thousands of attendees with professionalism and unfailing politeness. And how about the stars of the show, the thousands of our clients, providers and vendors, who brought their own teams to Orlando for an extraordinary weekend of learning, sharing, and networking!

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Topics: National Conference, 2016, #eCW16

Building a Realm of Magic

Posted by Chris Sinacola on Oct 22, 2016 2:34:19 PM

 

The eClinicalWorks 2016 National Convention isn’t very far from Disney’s world-famous Magic Kingdom, but there’s clearly no need to leave the Orlando World Center Marriott to get a taste of magic. As Day 2 rolls on, our clients, vendors and employees are busy working up a realm of magic all their own.

 

As impressive as the opening of our conference was on Friday, the continuing enthusiasm of Day 2 is more impressive still.

  • The all-day 10i User Group Meeting kicked off a day of events at 8 a.m.

  • An hour later, full of coffee and energy, clients were pouring into the meeting rooms for sessions on hands-free documentation, leveraging eBO for your patients and practice, and using smart searches to navigate the thousands of ICD-10 diagnostic codes.

  • As is often the case, sessions offering best practices proved to be among the most popular. Clients lined up this morning outside Grand 8B for the CBO session titled “How to Make Your Billing Office More Efficient.”

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Topics: 10e, National Conference, 10i, 2016, #eCW16

The Thundering Sounds of Innovation

Posted by Chris Sinacola on Oct 21, 2016 6:19:56 PM

 

Today’s weather outside the Orlando World Center Marriott was classic Florida — bright sunshine, gently swaying palm trees, and a comfortable 85 degrees. But inside the convention center there was plenty of thunder!

 

A first round came from eClinicalWorks employees giving an enthusiastic reception to the thousands of our clients arriving for the 2016 National Conference Keynote. And a second round from those clients applauding CEO Girish Navani, Sameer “Sam” Bhat, and Dr. Raj Dharampuriya as they unveiled our company’s latest products, improvements, and initiatives.
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Topics: National Conference, keynote, Innovation, 2016

On the Eve of the Convention

Posted by Chris Sinacola on Oct 20, 2016 9:54:55 PM

 

From all 50 states and overseas, our customers and employees are arriving in sunny Orlando! From sunrise until long after sunset, crews have been hard at work choreographing tomorrow’s kickoff of the 2016 eClinicalWorks National Conference here at the Orlando World Center Marriott! Our social media wall is already abuzz with photos and posts, of plane departures, bus arrivals, smiling faces, and shout outs. And our social media and selfie contests are already under way. Check pages 12 and 13 of your Conference program book for complete details and post, post, post — to #eCW16 and #eCWSelfie.

Our product experts are onsite and at the top of their games, ready to unveil the new features and functionalities that are now being rolled out across our U.S. and international markets. And eCW team members and technicians are putting the finishing touches on tomorrow’s much-anticipated Keynote from CEO Girish Navani, which promises to deliver a high-energy introduction to four unforgettable days of learning, networking, and sheer fun.

 

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Topics: Population Health, National Conference, keynote, product showcase

eCW Podcast: eClinicalWorks Day at a City Near You

Posted by Heather Caouette on Mar 21, 2016 5:09:55 PM

 

Recently, we went live with a podcast regarding eClinicalWorks Day, a free educational and networking event located in various cities across the U.S. In this episode, we visit with several of the 200 attendees at the Tampa, Fla., location. We learn about their favorite aspects of these training and demo sessions, including how to achieve Meaningful Use and seeing the latest product enhancements.

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Topics: podcast

And the HIMSS Davies Award Goes to…

Posted by Heather Caouette on Feb 24, 2016 6:21:29 PM

 

HIMSS 2016 is around the corner and we are excited to show attendees the new solutions and enhancements we have been developing, including 10e and our new solution for acute care. We’ll be at booth #4217, so come join us during the conference. We are proud to say that our long history with HIMSS includes 14 customers to date that have received the HIMSS Davies Award with an average ROI of 200%. These award-winning organizations represent more than 3,000 healthcare providers serving approximately 2.4 million patients across 9 states, during the time of their award entries.

The below infographic gives highlights into a sample of these groups. 

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Topics: HIMSS, EHR, Davies, Acute Care