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Monoclonal antibodies: What are they and how do they treat COVID-19?

The federal government recently announced it will increase the average weekly pace of shipments of monoclonal antibody (mAb) therapy for…

Cybersecurity: Managing cyberattacks—as they’re happening

Editor’s note: This is the second blog in a series on cybersecurity. Cyberattacks are constantly evolving and while cybersecurity measures…

Dismantling burnout with a platform of health

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services recently announced it will allocate $103M to fund programs that alleviate burnout…

Six mental health tips for healthcare professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on all of us, and healthcare professionals (HCPs) in particular are carrying the…

Human-Centered Design: “Testing” a prototype – co-creating systems that work

Editor’s note: This is the seventh blog in a series on Human-Centered Design. Across the Design industry, some call prototyping…

Four tips to tee up a successful EHR rollout

Adopting new software can be a significant undertaking for businesses across all industries. However, the stakes are particularly high when…

Driving COVID-19 vaccinations with your patient engagement platform

Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates that daily deaths from COVID-19 are rising, particularly among…

Automation that works: Document faster with fewer errors, reduced duplicates and lowered cost

For practices with high patient volume or a large number of new patients with years of medical history and other…

Human-Centered Design: Ideating for a brilliant future

This next part of our series focused on the key steps in using Human-Centered Design is the “Ideate” phase of…

Financial Recovery: Effectively managing tissue and implant device inventory

Hospitals and health systems are always seeking ways to optimize operations, but in the wake of the financial devastation brought…

Strengthening your financial fitness in the wake of COVID-19

Confronted with endless uncertainties, hospitals and practices pivoted swiftly at the beginning of the pandemic to maintain patient safety and…

Insights into financial recovery: How healthcare organizations can restore their financial foundations

eMagazine Insights into financial recovery: How healthcare organizations can restore their financial foundations Published 08/12/2021 From leveraging AI and other…

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.


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.


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.


Suzann Bridge
Systems Analyst Expert, UPMC

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


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.


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.


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

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


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.


Bill Schmitt
System Administrator, Health Central Hospital

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