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Allscripts Demonstrates Native Integration of Acute and Ambulatory Electronic Health Records at HIMSS
Date:2/21/2011

facilitate centralized scheduling, referrals, reporting, analytics, and security and audit functions.  

"The native integration of our acute care and ambulatory solutions without the need for third-party software brings to life the Allscripts vision of a Connected Community of Health, and is well within the time frame we set out when we announced our merger with Eclipsys last summer," said Glen Tullman, Chief Executive Officer of Allscripts. "Hospitals want to and need to connect their employed and affiliated physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals to share real-time information, including a single patient record across all care settings.  But most hospitals can't afford to rip and replace everything they have. Allscripts is now in a unique position as the only company that can deliver one connected network on one common, open platform providing one patient record to clinicians and patients across the care continuum – while at the same time being open to alternate solutions, should the client desire."  

Hartford Health Care Corporation On-Schedule for Integration

An early adopter of the Allscripts integration, Hartford Health Care Corporation (HHCC) in Hartford, Conn., is the parent organization of Hartford Hospital.  The major teaching hospital affiliated with the University of Connecticut Medical School, non-profit Hartford Hospital uses the Sunrise Enterprise™ suite of solutions in its hospitals, and the Allscripts ambulatory solutions in its physician practices and homecare agencies.

"We are very excited about being an early adopter of the integration between the Allscripts acute and ambulatory applications, a significant element of our mission of providing true continuity of care across our network of hospitals and physician groups," said Stephan D. O'Neill, Vice President of Information Systems for HHCC, which includes 1,141 licens
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