FQHC Implements eClinicalWorks EHR to Enhance Clinical Documentation

The FQHC has selected an eClinicalWorks EHR platform to streamline clinical documentation and drive value-based care delivery.

Central Virginia Health Services, Inc. (CVHS), a federally qualified health center (FQHC), has upgraded to the latest eClinicalWorks’ EHR system, V12, to enhance clinical documentation workflows.

CVHS offers comprehensive medical, dental, behavioral health, and pharmacy services to over 50,000 annual patients across 20 locations.

“As an FQHC, it is especially important to utilize innovative EHR solutions geared towards the unique needs of health centers,” Paula Tomko, CEO of Central Virginia Health Services, said in a press release. “We are committed to providing our patients with the highest quality healthcare.”

“The eClinicalWorks Cloud and V12 are helping us to achieve that goal in one unified solution that improves operational efficiency in our day-to-day workflows, which is ultimately enhancing patient outcomes,” she added.

eClinicalWorks V12 aims to streamline clinical documentation through enhanced application performance and increased usability.

Texas Hospital District Streamlines Interoperability with Oracle Cerner EHR

Rankin Community Hospital District in Texas has reported success with the Oracle Cerner CommunityWorks EHR.

The EHR system, tailored for critical access and community hospitals, supports clinical, financial, and operational workflows.

“We’ve had CommunityWorks in our hospital for five years and we would not change a thing about our decision,” James Horton, CEO of Rankin Community Hospital District, said in a public statement. “We continue to be very happy with the quality of the system and ongoing support we receive.”

“When we were evaluating and selecting a solution for our hospital, I told the committee that the decision we were making was a life-long decision,” Horton noted. “It was going to be a marriage and divorce was not an option. I’m happy to report that our relationship is stronger than ever, and we look forward to a long, successful collaboration for many years to come.”

Using the EHR, Rankin brought all its departments onto a single platform to streamline data exchange between clinic, hospital, ER, lab, X-ray, and physical therapy.

Rankin officials report the revenue cycle component of the EHR implementation has reduced the organization’s accounts receivables days, ensured complete and accurate charges, and improved the insurance claim process.

Community Health Center Taps eCW EHR to Enhance Operational Efficiency

Community Health Northwest Florida, an 86-provider non-profit community health center, has moved to the multi-dimensional eClinicalWorks EHR to drive interoperability and improve operational efficiencies.  

Community Health Northwest Florida offers preventive care, primary care, dental, behavioral health, and specialty services to patients of all ages.

The eClinicalWorks multi-dimensional EHR offers an integrated tool for medical, dental, vision, and behavioral health.

“We are thrilled to partner with eClinicalWorks in our mission to provide accessible and top-quality healthcare services to the Northwest Florida community,” Chandra Smiley, CEO of Community Health Northwest Florida, said in a press release.

“eClinicalWorks EHR is an invaluable tool for our organization that will enable us to deliver exceptional patient care while optimizing our operational processes across all specialties, including medical, dental, and behavioral health care,” Smiley added.

The community health center will have access to PRISMA, a health information search engine through the implementation. The tool provides access to health data from external sources to help drive patient-centered care.

The EHR system also includes robotic process automation (RPA) features to streamline appointment booking, referral management, payment posting, and statement processing.

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