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Martin Memorial Taps Allscripts for EHR/PM

June 20, 2008
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Martin Memorial Health Systems (MMHS, Stuart, Fla.) has selected Chicago-based Allscripts’ EHR and practice management solution to automate clinical and financial operations for its 80-member physician group.

The solution will connect physicians with MMHS’ inpatient information systems, providing electronic access to the records of their hospitalized patients, says the company. Martin Memorial currently utilizes the Allscripts Care Management solution in its hospitals to automate the process of discharging patients and connecting with post-acute and home-care providers.

Martin Memorial is a not-for-profit, community-based healthcare organization comprised of two hospitals with 344 total beds, three MediCenters and numerous clinics staffed by nearly 400 affiliated physicians along Florida’s Treasure Coast region.

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