Indiana’s Wishard-Eskenazi Health Selects eClinicalWorks for 385 Providers

Indiana’s Wishard-Eskenazi Health Selects eClinicalWorks for 385 Providers

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, a leader in ambulatory healthcare IT solutions, today announced that , a top provider of healthcare in Central Indiana, has selected eClinicalWorks practice management system for 385 of its providers across eight health center locations.

“As one of the largest outpatient systems in Central Indiana and providing care through nearly one million visits each year, Wishard-Eskenazi Health and Eskenazi Health Center are focused on providing excellent quality, patient-centered care,” said Dr. Mark Bustamante, CEO of Eskenazi Health Center. “We selected eClinicalWorks because of its ability to unify providers across multiple locations within Wishard-Eskenazi Health and Eskenazi Health Center locations and its successful track record of working well with community health centers. The technology will provide the tools to put the patient first, enhancing the quality of care delivered.”

“eClinicalWorks has a solid track record with the unique requirements of community health centers,” said Girish Navani, CEO and co-founder of eClinicalWorks. “Our work with Wishard-Eskenazi Health and Eskenazi Health Center will help the organization advance care well into the future, providing a solution to support its community’s healthcare and streamline the practice so its providers can focus on what they do best, delivering care.”

For more than 150 years, Wishard-Eskenazi Health has provided high-quality, cost-effective, patient-centered health care to the residents of Marion County. Accredited by The Joint Commission, nationally recognized programs include a Level I trauma center, regional burn center, comprehensive senior care program, women’s and children’s services, teen and adolescent care programs, Midtown Community Mental Health, and a network of primary care sites located throughout the neighborhoods of Indianapolis known as Eskenazi Health Center. In partnership with the Regenstrief Institute, Wishard-Eskenazi Health conducts groundbreaking work that leads health information technology around the globe. Wishard-Eskenazi Health also serves as the sponsoring hospital for Indianapolis Emergency Medical Services. As the public hospital division of the Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County, Wishard-Eskenazi Health partners with the Indiana University School of Medicine whose physicians provide a comprehensive range of primary and specialty care services. In 2009, Marion County voters approved construction of a new Wishard hospital with 85 percent support for the measure. Wishard received a $40 million gift from Indianapolis’ Sidney and Lois Eskenazi, in honor of whom Health and Hospital Corporation of Marion County has named the new hospital facilities. The Sidney & Lois Eskenazi Hospital is slated to open in December 2013, and the name of the health system will change to Eskenazi Health in January 2014.

eClinicalWorks® is a privately-held leader in ambulatory healthcare IT solutions. With more than 236,000 providers and 472,000 healthcare professionals across all 50 states using its solutions, customers include ACOs, physician practices, out-patient departments of hospitals, health centers, departments of health and convenient care clinics.  have received the prestigious HIMSS Davies Awards during the past five years, honoring excellence in electronic health record implementation. The company is the second largest vendor in the country for e-prescribing. Based in Westborough, Mass., eClinicalWorks has additional offices in New York City, Chicago, California and Georgia. For more information, please visit , , or call 866-888-6929.

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