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Heritage Valley Health System Selects Allscripts Electronic Health Record
Date:6/18/2009

, because if you don't give patients what they want, they'll go elsewhere."

The Electronic Health Record builds upon Heritage Valley Health System's successful electronic prescribing program, which was developed in partnership with Allscripts in 2006 and enables physicians to use their computer, smart phone, or wireless handheld PDA to prescribe or renew medications and securely transmit them to the patient's pharmacy of choice. Today, 150 providers at Heritage Valley use Allscripts e-prescribing every day to create more than 50,000 prescriptions every month.

In recognition of its success with e-prescribing, earlier this year Heritage Valley Health System was awarded a $661,500 grant from the Highmark Health Information Technology Grant Program, an affiliate of Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield. The Highmark grants are designed to help physicians acquire electronic prescribing technology, part of the payer's larger campaign to encourage adoption of Electronic Health Records (EHR).

"Heritage Valley Health System is a model for healthcare organizations across the country who want to leverage the power of real-time information to transform the care process and improve their performance," said Glen Tullman, Chief Executive Officer of Allscripts. "Heritage Valley has developed a strong record of success using technology to provide tools that their physicians can use to deliver care and their successful e-prescribing program is proof that payers will reward physician behaviors that improve care and quality. We are excited that Heritage Valley has elected to build on their e-prescribing success by implementing our comprehensive electronic health record for their employed physicians."

The Allscripts Electronic Health Record automates clinical workflow and gives physicians instant access to critical data from hospitals, labs, pharmacies, payers and patients. Healthcare providers can access the Electronic
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