The future is full of data
It’s safe to say that no one knows what to do with 2,314 exabytes of new data. According to statistica.com, that is roughly the amount of new healthcare data generated worldwide in 2020.
But no one has to. After all, the EHR and related systems have given the thousands who work in healthcare the tools they need to stem the data tide.
But there’s a catch: Only a networked EHR is up to the job.
eClinicalWorks and healow cover every angle
Early October means the new football season is in full swing — and that it’s time to kick off the annual eClinicalWorks® and healow® National Conference!
With so many different offshoots and avenues to find success in the healthcare field, sometimes sitting back and learning about what’s out there is the best route to success. In just a week, eClinicalWorks® and healow® customers from around the country will be gathering online for the eClinicalWorks and healow National Conference.
Five tips for deriving the most value from eCWNC21
Just a month from now, on October 7 and 8, the 2021 eClinicalWorks and healow National Conference will be coming to a computer screen near you. Attendees will enjoy a Keynote Address, Product Showcase, and 60 breakout sessions focusing on the latest healthcare IT products and services we have to offer.
Who would have thought it possible to bring together so many healthcare providers for three days of education, discussion, and fun? Our 2020 National Conference was not only the first time that our event was entirely virtual but also the first time that we’ve had over 15,000 attendees signing in from all 50 states.
As many of us danced the night away at the silent disco or sat in a vast ballroom as Girish delivered his electric Keynote Address at last year’s National Conference, none of us could have imagined how much the world would change.
Thank you for attending the 2019 National Conference with us in Orlando. We hope that you learned a lot, attended every session that interested you, and had fun. Let’s take a look back at some highlights over the last few days.
Capture the power of #eCWNC19
Where did the great music go? What happened to those illuminated palm trees? Who silenced the silent disco? By dawn on Sunday morning, all trace of Saturday night’s amazing celebration was gone. Just a few thin hours stood between the final memorable chords from the sound stage and the serious business of Day 3 at the 2019 eClinicalWorks and healow National Conference.
In the lobby of the Orlando World Center Marriott, the rhythmic patter of torrential rain washed across the glass ceiling in waves as thousands gathered for the second day of the eClinicalWorks and healow National Conference.
There are many ways to measure the changes in healthcare over the last 20 years — the dominance of EHRs, new technologies, and empowered patients. And many were on display during Friday morning’s Keynote Address at the 2019 eClinicalWorks and healow National Conference.
Making real connections in a digitized world
We live in a digitized, globalized world driven by phones, apps, email, and who-knows-what technologies to come. Yet, as over 5,000 people gather in Orlando for Friday’s opening of the 2019 eClinicalWorks and healow National Conference, every one of us is excited to meet old friends, share our experiences, and make new connections — in person.
Why? Because #eCWNC19 is about making the personal connections that can be hard to forge in our fast-paced world.
This year is special. This year marks the 20th year since eClinicalWorks set out on its mission to improve healthcare together. Are you ready to learn, discuss, and celebrate with us as we honor 20 years and kick off our next 20? Then join us at the 2019 eClinicalWorks National Conference from October 18-20 at the Orlando World Center Marriott.
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Big Sur is the lone health center that offers healthcare for a hundred miles of California coastline. In the winter of 2016-17, mudslides tore apart the environment – cutting off the community from the rest of the world.
The health center had no choice but to shut down. Close by in Monterey, Dr. Brita Breummer was able to use cloud-based technology to access patients' Electronic Medical Records and charts through the eClinicalWorks EHR system.