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Gulfport MH Selects EHR, PM and RCM for Docs

November 5, 2009
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Memorial Hospital at Gulfport (Miss.) selected Chicago-based Allscripts’ EHR, Practice Management and Revenue Cycle Management to improve the quality of the care delivered by its 100 employed physicians.

According to the company, the hospital will use it connect with the Mississippi Coast Health Information Exchange (MSCHIE), a state program focused on enhancing healthcare infrastructure in Gulf Coast counties. Memorial is a founding member of the HIE.

Located 70 miles east of New Orleans, Memorial Hospital at Gulfport is a not-for-profit, 445-bed facility with 30 owned physician clinics and a medical staff of 275 physicians. Included under its umbrella are cardiovascular sciences, comprehensive medical rehabilitation, a child and adolescent behavioral health inpatient program, 14 school-based clinics, physician clinics, NICU, and a mobile immunization van.

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