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Community Care Physicians Selects Allscripts Practice Management System for 190 Physicians in New York Capitol Region
Date:12/15/2008

ed billing and reconciliation, referral and eligibility indicators, and automated patient appointment reminders.

Barbara Morris, MD, Chief Medical Officer and physician sponsor of the Electronic Health Record, said the Allscripts practice management solution not only improves integration between clinical and financial operations but allows Community Care Physicians to replace its previous practice management system, which Morris said was "not user friendly." The new CQS functionality will make it easier for the group to monitor the health of its patients and qualify for pay-for-performance bonuses by extracting quality measures from the Electronic Health Record, Practice Management system, or outside laboratories, she said.

Pay-for-performance programs aim to lower the overall cost of healthcare by providing financial bonuses to physicians who deliver high quality care.

"We're building a single, integrated workflow between the clinical and administrative sides of our medical group and clinics, and we chose Allscripts based on our success with the electronic health record, and our faith in the partnership," said Dr. Morris. "Allscripts is a company that really listens to the client and encourages you to be a part of its forward strategy. They're also a company that's going to be there for us over the long haul, unlike many of the companies that have come and gone in this industry."

Allscripts Chief Executive Officer Glen Tullman commented, "Community Care Physicians' decision to add Allscripts practice management reflects well on the product's functionality but is also the result of the strong relationship we've built in our deployment of the electronic health record. We look forward to expanding our partnership as we continue to deploy innovations like our new Clinical Quality Solution which not only automates reporting but provides physicians with real time information that allows them to id
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