Patients and Clinicians Are No Longer Burdened with Gathering Their Records
eHealth Technologies, the leading provider of clinically informed referral solutions, today announced that Tampa General Hospital’s (TGH) entire Transplant Center has implemented eHealth Connect® Intelligent Health Records Aggregation and is in the process of implementing eHealth Connect® Clinical Referral Coordination.
- eHealth Connect® Intelligent Health Record Aggregation produces complete, intelligently organized medical records that are delivered into the same EMR and PACS infrastructure the clinician uses every day. Clinicians now have access to a complete indexed medical record at their fingertips prior to their patient’s visit. Plus clinicians can navigate the record to see the information they need with a single click on clinical keywords and concepts that are customized to their clinical specialty. To learn more visit:http://ehealthtechnologies.com/products-services/intelligent-health-record-aggregation
- eHealth Connect® Clinical Referral Coordination allows clinicians to actively manage and grow their referral network. Clinicians can securely exchange information with the referring physician about their patients’ appointments and treatments. The Critical Record Transfer capability allows the referring facility to upload EMR records and information that is pertinent for that patient’s treatment. To learn more visit: http://ehealthtechnologies.com/products-services/clinical-referral-coordination
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“eHealth Technologies’ solutions further fulfills our commitment to providing our community with excellent and compassionate health care,” said Melissa Roberts, MSN, RN, CPTC, Division Director, Transplant and MCS, TGH. “Neither our patients nor their families have to bear the burden of gathering their medical records, and we can ensure our clinicians have the information they need to provide timely and quality care to our patients.”
“We are excited to expand our eHealth Connect platform at TGH, home to one of the leading organ transplant centers in the country,” stated Chad Malone, MD, Chief Strategy and Growth Officer, eHealth Technologies. “This partnership demonstrates eHealth Technologies’ commitment to serving health organizations, and to truly enable coordinated care. Clinicians now have access to complete, intelligently organized medical records and images when and where they need them, allowing clinicians to spend more time focusing on patient care and providing patients a more meaningful first appointment.”