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Parkview Health Deploys EMR, RCM

April 9, 2010
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Parkview Health System

, a not-for-profit system based in Fort Wayne, Ind., is implementing Chicago-based


’ EHR, Practice Management (PM) and Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) solutions to improve patient care and help manage costs for employed and affiliated physicians.

According to the company, the EHR will be rolled out to all 170 Parkview group physicians throughout northeast Indiana. Each location also will replace its existing practice management system with the Allscripts Practice Management solution. In addition, Parkview is rolling out Allscripts’ Emergency Department Information System (EDIS) to automate administrative and patient care processes in six hospitals, says the company.

Parkview Health is a community-based health system serving 875,000 patients in northeast Indiana, western Ohio and southern Michigan. The system includes six hospitals, long-term care facilities, home health and hospice, and the physicians of Parkview Physicians’ Group.



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