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Graham Regional Implements EMR Workflow Technology

September 29, 2009
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Graham Regional Medical Center (GRMC), a 42-bed, non-profit municipal hospital in Graham, Texas, has deployed the eWebHIM technology suite from

eWebHealth (Reading, Mass.).

According to the company, Graham is using eWebHIM to enhance workflows as it transitions to a fully integrated EHR system. The technology, which has been live at GRMC since June 2009, provides electronic chart access, which has helped decrease the time it takes for physicians to perform the administrative tasks associated with completing post-discharge work, it says. The company also claims its electronic coding workflows have enabled GRMC’s staff to work remotely while collaborating more effectively with other coders and physicians.

Graham Regional is a Level IV Trauma Center located in North Central Texas.



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