What Does The Allscripts Stock Collapse Really Mean for Customers?

Vince Ciotti, Principal, HIS Professionals

The Allscripts stock collapse? It’s sad news for the investors, but the impact on the many former Eclipsys clients is a different story entirely. Just what is the relationship between a company’s stock performance and its products and services? That’s a different matter entirely. Let’s look at just two historical antecedents for brevity’s sake…

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Barbara Riddell, VP/CIO, Atlantic General Hospital, Chapter 1

Barbara Riddell, VP/CIO, Atlantic General Hospital

“How you manage a record for a population that’s coming and going?”
The importance of real, regional HIE
Becoming an Allscripts (Eclipsys) inpatient shop
Goldilocks governance —not too much, not too little
Keeping RCM (Keane) in place

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Tom Stride, VP/CIO, Aria Health, Chapter 1

Tom Stride, VP/CIO, Aria Health

Allscripts (Eclipsys) Version 5.5 Shop
96 percent CPOE
Hospital/physician practice integration with dbMotion
Since the merger …
Integrating the independents

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Patrick Neece, CIO, Jefferson Regional Medical Center, Chapter 2

Effects of the Eclipsys acquisition
What it means to truly “partner” with a vendor
iSirona for device connectivity
Integrating with physician offices for HIE
Tackling quality measures

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Patrick Neece, CIO, Jefferson Regional Medical Center, Chapter 1

Patrick Neece, CIO, Jefferson Regional Medical Center

An Allscripts (Eclipsys) shop
McKesson Series on the financial side
Stage 6 HIMSS Analytics
What it takes to gain traction with advanced clinicals
The key to CPOE (and electronic documentation)

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