Waverly Health Center, a 25-bed critical access hospital located in Waverly, Iowa is expanding its relationship with eClinicalWorks by replacing their existing EHR from Paragon Inpatient to eClinicalWorks Acute Care EHR and Revenue Cycle Management. This transition will reduce overall implementation costs while creating unified patient records in inpatient and outpatient communities while ensuring the seamless exchange of information.
“At Waverly Health Center we are dedicated to providing high quality, patient-centered healthcare,” said Waverly Health CEO Jim Atty in a statement. “To maintain our mission, we required a platform that could provide high quality and integrated care to support our Critical Access Hospital. Waverly selected eClinicalWorks in 2008 for its ambulatory EHR solution and has enjoyed outstanding innovation and functionality. This commitment made our decision to switch from the Paragon Inpatient EHR system to the eClinicalWorks acute care platform easier as it will enhance patient care and provide more effective solutions for our 47 providers.”
Starting at $599 per bed, per month, the cloud-centric Acute Care and Revenue Cycle Management platform builds on their ambulatory product, providing inventory management, support for emergency and operating rooms, analytics, computerized physician order entry and bed management. With the addition of the acute care and revenue cycle solution, Waverly Health Center will experience a seamless flow of information between ambulatory and acute care settings.
“Because we are providing a modern, cloud-based platform with no upfront costs, many new and existing eClinicalWorks ambulatory customers have expressed interest in the acute care solution,” stated eClinicalWorks CEO and Co-founder Girish Navani. “We are excited to expand our partnership with Waverly Health Center by delivering a cloud-centric acute care platform which will dramatically reduce the cost of ownership and establish a unified medial record for its patients in its inpatient and outpatient communities.”