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Continuum: New magazine features healthcare outcomes and trends

Because our clients consistently innovate and exchange best practices, they represent the best and brightest in health care. One of the ways we help fuel their progress is by staying on top of industry trends and highlighting best practices.

To further help the healthcare community succeed, we’re sharing these insights and client outcomes through our new magazine: Continuum.

We launched our first issue, and some of the highlights include:

Allscripts Magazine, Continuum, 3Q 2015Exchanging patient information to improve care. Canadian client Fraser Health Authority uses the Allscripts dbMotionSolution to make all relevant clinical information from multiple source systems available at the point of care.

Is ACO the Way to Go? What independent physician practices should consider reimbursement models shift to value-based-care models, such as Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs).

Focusing on the Patient. Family Practice Associates, a large family practice in central Kentucky, U.S.A., describes how Allscripts Professional EHRTM helps it maintain its independence and remain competitive in a changing healthcare environment.

Finding Needles in Health Care’s Big Data Haystack. Pulling the right insights out of big data has the potential to improve how we care for patient populations. But where do we start?

What Nurses Like Most (and Least) about EHRs. A recent HIMSS Analytics survey found that nurses agree that EHRs help improve patient safety, but may not be doing enough to improve efficiency.

Executive Insight: Q&A with Allscripts Leader Martha Thorne. President and General Manager of Population Health Martha Thorne discusses Allscripts vision for care coordination and its newly branded solution set, CareInMotionTM.

To view an online version of Continuum, click here or subscribe to Continuum here. If you’re an Allscripts client with a success story to tell, share it with us at continuum@allscripts.com.

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