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Medical Specialists of the Palm Beaches Selects Allscripts Electronic Health Record to Connect and Automate 85 Physicians
Date:1/7/2009

CHICAGO and LAKE WORTH, Fla., Jan. 7 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Allscripts announced today that Medical Specialists of the Palm Beaches (MSPB) has selected the Allscripts Enterprise Electronic Health Record (EHR) to automate and connect their 85 physicians.

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MSPB is a medical group providing both primary care and specialty care in 33 offices across Palm Beach County, including two full-service diagnostic imaging centers that also offer radiation therapy and physical therapy.

"We wanted an electronic health record that would deliver the efficiencies and cost savings we've come to expect from the technology, but that would also enable us to go to managed care providers and say, 'we now have the tools and information to help you better manage the quality of care patients receive,'" said Manny Fernandez, Chief Executive Officer of MSPB. "Allscripts will let us do that by integrating patient information from our different settings so our providers at any point in our organization will know what care a patient needs, and how to keep them well."

Allscripts Enterprise automates everyday clinical tasks and connects physicians to critical information from other healthcare stakeholders including labs, pharmacies, payers and patients. The Electronic Health Record delivers instant access to critical information at the point of care, whether providers are in the clinic, at the hospital or on-call at home. By automatically tracking key patient metrics, the web-based solution enhances the way individual physicians practice medicine and enables more effective disease management, health maintenance, and care planning.

Allscripts Enterprise was rated the No. 1 Electronic Health Record in the mid-size physician market by the prestigious resea
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