Allscripts Partners with Ephraim McDowell Health To Enhance Patient Engagement

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Allscripts_Partners-With-Ephraim-McDowell-Health-To-Enhance-Patient-Engagement Allscripts Partners with Ephraim McDowell Health To Enhance Patient EngagementAllscripts, a public traded American company for hospitals, and healthcare providers have partnered with a comprehensive, integrated health care delivery system, Ephraim McDowell Health to drive its enterprise and mobile patient engagement platform. Allscripts provides a mobile, enterprise patient/consumer engagement platform for providers, hospitals and health systems to those who want to foster healthy patient populations and manage quality. Its portal FollowMyHealth’s total connected patients hit more than 17 million last year alone.

With deploying FollowMyHealth, customers are perceiving up to 70 percent of patients actively engaged through the platform. By taking a platform approach in opposition to the implementation of numerous disconnected Smartphone apps, Ephraim McDowell Health is opting for a pro-consumer strategy, streamlining their patient experience to make it convenient for patients to stay engaged and informed with their health. Allscripts’ Senior Vice President Raj Toleti said that Innovative providers across the United States are realizing that FollowMyHealth offers the most comprehensive and integrated enterprise and mobile patient engagement platform on the market. He further added that by adopting a strategy that goes beyond the portal, they are significantly improving the patient experience for millions of people, driving digital transformation that enhances their health and the caregiver’s bottom lines.

Headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, Allscripts offers physician practices, hospitals, and other healthcare providers with practice management and EHR (Electronic Health Record) technology. It also provides solutions for patient engagement and care coordination, in addition to financial and analytics technology. Besides, the company has over 180,000 physician users and has solutions in 2,700 hospitals and 13,000 extended care organizations.