Allscripts Sunrise and CareInMotion help growing health system to provide integrated care across continuum
Wise Health System has selected Allscripts Sunrise™ and CareInMotion™ as it strengthens its focus on population health and transitions to a new model of integrated care.
Wise Health System, located in Texas, provides inpatient and outpatient services to 79 service locations in eight counties, including hospitals, primary care and specialty clinics, physical therapy and rehabilitation centers, imaging centers, and bariatric surgery program offices. With more than 1,500 employees and growing, the healthcare system continues to be the largest employer in Wise County.
“As Wise Health System focuses on and expands its electronic health record capabilities and population health initiatives, we wanted to select a stable, reliable, yet innovative set of solutions for our future,” said Wise Health System CEO Stephen Summers, FACHE, CPA. “Allscripts, following a comprehensive review by our staff, was selected as the clear choice for the enterprise system of our future and is fully expected to allow Wise Health to provide the best possible care for our patients as we grow in terms of both, our area coverage and the level of services we offer.”
Used by many of the leading hospitals and health systems in the world, Sunrise is a highly configurable electronic health record that offers workflows to help drive adoption of clinical decision support, which can lead to improved patient outcomes. CareInMotion is a comprehensive, adaptable framework that enables healthcare organizations to address their specific population health priorities, such as connectivity, care coordination, analytics and patient engagement.
“Wise Health System is taking huge steps in improving the health of its population,” said Steven F. Holmquist, Allscripts Senior Vice President of New Client Development. “We look forward to launching our partnership, and helping Wise meet its healthcare priorities and continue to deliver excellent care to its patients.”