Every year it's estimated that 98,000 people die from medical errors, 7,000 people die from medication errors and approximately $700 billion is wasted due to information errors resulting from physicians lacking accurate and complete patient information.
These deaths and wasted resources could have been avoided if healthcare professionals had timely access to comprehensive patient information.
With a $19 billion government stimulus plan to offer up to $44,000 per physicians over a five year period to cover start up costs and maintenance of an Electronic Health Records (EHR) system, now is the time to consider implementing a paperless Electronic Health Records system for your practice.
Allscript's award-winning Electronic Health Records (EHR) solutions are fast becoming an indispensable part of the way physicians practice medicine.
This is due to how the Electronic Health Records and Practice Management solutions make the practice of medicine more seamless, less demanding and more rewarding for physicians in thousands of clinics nationwide.
Professional EHR and Enterprise EHR are both certified by the Certification Committee for Healthcare Information Technology (CCHIT) as meeting CCHIT ambulatory EHR criteria.
Leading medical groups select Allscripts because they trust Allscript's:
Commitment to developing solutions so powerful that physicians find them indispensable
Proven ability to help more than 150,000 physicians across the U.S simplify the practice of medicine
Continuing investment in product development – nearly $400 million over the past five years alone
EHR’s top-rated evaluations by every independent healthcare technology research firm, including HIMSS, MS-HUG and TEPR
Our EHR solutions succeed better than anyone’s because we put physicians first.
We realize that if doctors don’t use it, nothing else matters.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 28 April 2009 14:07
On February 17, 2009 President Obama signed into law The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, providing us with a tremendous opportunity to transform healthcare in the United States.
This landmark legislation means nearly $19 Billion is now available for investments and incentives through Medicare and Medicaid to ensure widespread adoption and use of interoperable health information technology.