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Safer medications, FHIR and more in the new issue of Continuum magazine

Readers have responded with interest to our new magazine, Continuum. Created for healthcare professionals, it features industry insights and Allscripts client success stories.

In the 2Q 2016 issue, you’ll find articles that address some of healthcare IT’s most pressing questions:

How can we help deliver safer medications? Teams of clinicians at Atlantic General Hospital used Allscripts Sunrise™ to standardize and automate several processes, reducing medication errors by 86% over three years.2Q_Continuum_Magazine

What is FHIR and what does it mean for me? Has FHIR “kindled” your interest? Learn about this emerging interoperability standard through most frequently asked questions.

Which capabilities will lead to truly integrated care? Senior Vice President and General Manager of Population Health Martha Thorne describes population health technology and which capabilities will ultimately lead to success.

What does it take to provide patient-centered care for people with autism spectrum disorders? By thinking about each aspect of care from patients’ perspectives, The Autism Center at Hospital for Special Care becomes the first outpatient clinic to earn Patient-Centered Specialty Practice designation.

How are innovation communities advancing health care around the world? To help create healthier populations, Allscripts collaborates with innovation communities, such as the Center for Digital Innovation (Israel), Dalhousie University (Canada) and MATTER (U.S.A.).

What can physician practices do to find relief from billing process headaches? Allscripts clients are successfully tackling the most common billing headaches and re-focusing their time and attention on what matters most – providing great patient care.

To access an online version of Continuum, click here. If you have any questions or feedback, please contact continuum@allscripts.com.

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