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Coordinated Health Selects Allscripts Electronic Health Record and Practice Management to Improve Coordination of Patient Care
Date:5/21/2009

ord/Allscripts-Enterprise/default.asp" target="_new">Electronic Health Record delivers access to patient information whenever and wherever caregivers need it, which will be an advantage to Coordinated Health providers as they travel between their offices, hospitals, and home. The system automates the physician workflow, including such daily tasks as prescribing and refilling medications, ordering tests and viewing results, and documenting patient encounters. The EHR facilitates use by physicians in any specialty, adapting to their needs. It connects easily to a variety of medical devices and can be interfaced with in-house or outside labs.

The Allscripts Practice Management solution is fully integrated with the Electronic Health Record and features sophisticated scheduling and revenue cycle management tools that boost the productivity and the revenues of physician practices. Among its advanced features are rule-based appointment scheduling, recurring appointment features, referral management, eligibility indicators, a multiple-document interface, and drill-down reporting.

About Coordinated Health

The Greater Lehigh Valley's premier provider of sports medicine, Coordinated Health was founded in 1988 by Dr. Emil DiIorio. Coordinated Health's name reflects its integration of physicians, rehabilitation and imaging to focus on early intervention leading to quicker diagnosis and recovery. Its all-new Surgical Specialty Center boasts 20 in-patient rooms, in-house physical therapy and hotel-like amenities. The center allows patients to receive outpatient surgical services, while also enabling patients requiring more extensive surgery to heal in a facility focused on their every need. For more information, visit www.co
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