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Montana Health Provider Taps EMR Solution to Link Practices

December 9, 2008
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RiverStone Health

, which operates the largest Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in Montana, is deploying Westborough, Mass.-based

eClinicalWorks

’ unified EMR and practice management (PM) solution to streamline practice operations between four FQHCs employing 69 healthcare providers, says the company.

The eClinicalWorks system is also being implemented in three additional FQHCs in Montana: the Butte Community Health Center in Butte, Partnership Health Center in Missoula, and Cooperative Health Center in Helena. Providers will also have access to eClinicalWorks Enterprise Business Optimizer, Patient Portal and e-prescribing, it states.

The project is being funded through a High Impact Health Information Technology grant by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration.

Formerly the Yellowstone City-County Health Department, RiverStone Health is a provider of personal and public health services in Yellowstone County and south central Montana.

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