The system includes features and templates customized for more than 50 specialties and subspecialties. It also allows providers to take advantage of provisions in the HITECH Act to demonstrate meaningful use.
"We chose eClinicalWorks due to the fully integrated platform making reporting features seamless; opportunities for interoperability in the Columbus medical community, along with its success in aiding practices to achieve meaningful use, customizable workflows and templates and responsiveness in research and development," said Kathie Dodds, EMR project leader for Ohio Orthopedic Center of Excellence.
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Ohio Orthopedic Center of Excellence in Upper Arlington selected eClinicalWorks as its electronic health record for its 59 providers.
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