Rush Health in Chicago will subsidize the cost of a suite of ambulatory software from eClinicalWorks Inc. for more than 300 affiliated private physicians.
The cloud-hosted package includes practice management, electronic health records, patient portal, mobile access and secure messaging software operating on a single platform from the Westbrough, Mass.-based vendor. In a statement, Brent Estes, president and CEO at three-hospital Rush Health, said the software includes inherent care coordination functionality and will aid providers in meeting meaning use and patient-centered medical home goals.
Rush Health will subsidize a “significant portion” of first year costs of license, training and implementation to remove capital barriers for practices to adopt EHRs, according to the vendor.
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