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Children's Hospital Boston, eClinicalWorks Team to Push Clinical Information Into Patients' Personally Controlled Health Records
Date:9/14/2009

2009, the organization expects more than 75% of its members to be up and running with EMR - the majority with eClinicalWorks - and remaining practices to be fully implemented by September 2010. In an internal survey conducted one year after the first systems went live, the majority of respondents positively rated the EMR/PM solution and agreed that it had helped improve clinical care.

"We've tried to be very thoughtful about our EMR implementation and worked closely with our members and eClinicalWorks to customize the product and incorporate the system into workflows," said Greg Young, MD, president and CEO of the PPOC. "Because of the diversity of our membership and the populations they serve, it was important that the EMR be tailored to fit patients' needs."

As part of Children's implementation of Indivo, hospital clinicians are able to view a patient's PCHR record via the hospital's Cerner electronic medical record system when granted permission by a patient. Members of the PPOC will have the same access to the PCHR through eClinicalWorks, who will embed the system into existing workflows to encourage easy access and use.

The Indivo system is built to public standards and available under an open-source license, enabling straightforward customization as well as interoperability between the system and vendor products. Developed more than a decade ago, the system is in use worldwide and has served as a reference model for PCHR providers including Dossia, Microsoft and Google.

Children's, the PPOC and eClinicalWorks aim to complete integration with MyChildren's and its Indivo PCHR by early 2010.

Founded in 1869 as a 20-bed hospital for children, Children's Hospital Boston today is one of the nation's leading pediatric medical centers, the primary pediatric teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, and the largest provider of health care to Massachusetts children.
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