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Heart Health Month: Saving lives from the world’s leading cause of death

Heart disease is the leading cause of death worldwide and the number one health threat for women, taking more lives…

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Supporting better vaccinations with VaxCare

Vaccines can be the foundation of positive patient outcomes, but many clinicians struggle with making their vaccine programs run as…

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Children’s Health of Carolina Improves Efficiencies with FollowMyHealth

Learn about how a leading pediatric practices has improved operations and patient engagement with FollowMyHealth® built on the Microsoft Azure…

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Microsoft and Allscripts Extend their Strategic Partnership

Allscripts has been a strategic partner of Microsoft dating back more than 10 years . Recently we announced and extension…

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The hospital room of the future: the patient’s home

When we talk about the future of healthcare in the EHR business, this question is frequently asked: What does the…

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COVID-19 vaccine dashboards available now

As COVID-19 vaccinations continue rolling out, healthcare providers—especially those in the ambulatory space—are finding robust data analytics to be increasingly…

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Humans helping humans to make a better world: Our 2020 Corporate Social Responsibility Report

At Allscripts, we often say that giving back, to our communities and to our world, is the soul of our…

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Applying the Swiss Cheese Model to protect against the spread of COVID-19

James Reason, from the University of Manchester, developed the Swiss Cheese Model of Accident Prevention in the 1990s to illustrate…

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What we know about the effects of COVID-19 on the heart

COVID-19 continues posing unforeseen challenges that can lead to lasting effects on patients. While some patients may have complete resolution…

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Allscripts On Call Podcast
How the Allscripts – Microsoft partnership transforms healthcare through technology

Kathleen McGrow (Chief Nursing Information Officer, Microsoft) and Paul Minton (Chief Product Officer, Allscripts) discuss their shared clinical background and…

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Allscripts partners with Microsoft to deliver the best in healthcare and technology

As the healthcare industry shifts, more and more organizations are teaming up to leverage their strengths to support each other’s…

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How PCPs can drive the future of primary care

In a year when healthcare has been significantly disrupted, independent primary care providers are often leading the disruption. Providers with…

Why our clients love partnering with us

Together with our clients, Allscripts experts partner to achieve desired outcomes and change what’s possible.

Entering a partnership is a matter of trust. With Allscripts, I feel confident in their ability to get the job done. I don’t have to think of interactions as a negotiation—and I love that.

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David Higginson
EVP, CAO and CIO, Phoenix Children’s Hospital

I think one of the things that I like best about working with Allscripts is the really personalized care we get.

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Rommel M Tolentino M.D.
Physician Lead, Community Care Physicians, PC

We can really work with Allscripts to solve issues when they come up…We still have input with the solution, and our input is valued.

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Suzann Bridge
Systems Analyst Expert, UPMC

Allscripts is, by far, our strongest vendor relationship. With them, we have a partner in all we do.

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Jeff St. Clair
CEO, Springhill Medical Center

I look at Allscripts as a partner that is as invested in us as we are in them.

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Lisa Britt, CMPE
Practice Administrator, The Family Doctors

Allscripts has great people who are doing their best to improve in an environment that’s always changing.

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Stephen Nuckolls
Chief Executive Officer, Coastal Carolina Heatlh Care, P.A.

Allscripts really listens to clients, and that’s important in a technology partner.

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Gloria Lockett
Perioperative Administrative Consultant, Trinitas Regional Medical Center

With other vendors, once they sell you the product, it’s hard to get people to help you. But that’s not the case with [Allscripts]…they’re here to give pointers when we need them.

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Bill Schmitt
System Administrator, Health Central Hospital

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