Tufts Medical Center and the New England Quality Care Alliance have selected eClinicalWorks’s electronic medical record and practice management software, placing the system in both the academic and community settings.
According to the company, Tufts Medical Center and New England Quality Care Alliance (NEQCA) members will implement its electronic medical record (EMR) and practice management (PM) software to have one system across the network of providers – connecting community physicians with local hospitals and the academic center.
This system will streamline clinical processes between practice locations and promote patient safety. The Patient Portal will provide a secure, online means for patients to communicate with their doctor’s office for aspects of care including patient statements and education, said eClinicalWorks.
eClinicalWorks EMR and PM will help with reporting and clinical guidelines, provide patient information, including problem lists, allergies, medication history, and lab results. Interfaces with area hospitals’ in-patient systems will allow for information, such as discharge summaries, to be shared with the patient’s regular physician,added eClinicalWorks.
Girish Navani, CEO and co-founder of eClinicalWorks, said: Tufts is a well-known leader in providing excellent patient care. We take a deal of pride in being chosen by the most top-rated academic organizations in the country. Our successful track record helps distinguish eClinicalWorks from other systems and we look forward to working with Tufts Medical Center and NEQCA to meet their collective goals.