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August 30, 2009

eClinicalWorks Enters Into Partnership With Correctional Medical Services

An EMR solution for correctional facilities affiliated with CMS

By CBR Staff Writer

eClinicalWorks has entered into an agreement with Correctional Medical Services (CMS) to provide its electronic medical records (EMR) solution to correctional facilities affiliated with CMS.

CMS facilities using the eClinicalWorks EMR will be able to streamline processes and promote patient care. The system will also permit providers to utilize chronic and preventative care measures, including those that are unique to this setting such as suicide watch alerts and detox monitoring.

Reportedly, eClinicalWorks will work with CMS to enhance its Electronic Medication Administration Record (EMAR) as well as intake process flows and a mental health module.

Girish Kumar Navani, CEO and co-founder of eClinicalWorks, said: “We are pleased to be chosen by CMS and look forward to working with them.”

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