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Leavenworth Selects EMR and PM Solution

September 12, 2007
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Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth Health System - Home (SCLHS) based in Lenexa, Kan. has selected eClinicalWorks' electronic medical record (EMR) and practice management (PM) system, along with eClinicalWorks' Patient Portal, for its Ambulatory Electronic Health Record (aEHR) initiative.

According to eClincalWorks (Westborough, Mass.), its EMR/PM system will interface with the SCLHS GE Centricity Enterprise hospital system, and with local Regional Health Information Organization (RHIO) initiatives.

SCLHS is a Catholic not-for-profit health system, composed of eight hospitals and four stand-alone clinics in California, Colorado, Kansas and Montana.



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