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17 Leading EHR Vendors

Electronic Health Records can help healthcare providers in the delivery and management of care to patients, including those with chronic conditions. The systems can also bolster decision making by providing clinicians with more comprehensive patient data, as well as help eliminate medical errors and reduce costs associated with unnecessary or redundant tests. Health care providers can access real-time clinical information, such as immediate access to test results, which allows them to initiate a
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Product: eClinicalWorks Comprehensive EHR Solution with Unified Practice Management

The Basics: EClinicalWorks is an electronic health record (EHR) solution for doctors' offices that runs on desktops, laptops and tablets. It can also run on any smartphone with a Web browser using eClinicalMobile, which is designed for quick, secure viewing on a small screen. The iPad can run either version. EClinicalWorks uses a Web-based architecture that can run on any current Web browser. It can be a software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution or locally hosted. It supports several server operating systems: Windows 2003 Server, Windows 2008, Linux Red Hat, and Debian 5.x. It uses Windows for the client operating system. It runs My SQL or Microsoft SQL Server 2005 or 2008. EClinicalWorks can be used by small practices all the way up to major health systems with hundreds of providers.

Prices include a one-time license fee of $10,000 for the first provider and $5,000 for each additional provider, plus monthly fees that range from $200 to $650 for the first provider (some packages have a lower monthly fee for additional providers).

Value To Doctors: EClinicalWorks can be customized at the user, practice or enterprise level to give doctors the health alerts, reminders, templates and workflow they need. It lets doctors do e-prescribing via Surescripts. It includes a patient portal where patients can view their health records. Beyond streamlining doctors' practices, the system lets them do customized studies using individual and group health data from the electronic records.


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