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COVID19: How one connected community – an entire nation – fights back

Data-based decisions have never been more vital to healthcare providers than they are now in the fight to help a

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Embrace telehealth, it’s here to stay

The CDC recommends that healthcare facilities explore alternatives to face-to-face triage to reduce unnecessary healthcare visits and prevent transmission of

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e-Health 2020 Annual Conference and Tradeshow

Allscripts is proud to attend e-Health in 2020- the 20thanniversary of Canada’s national digital health event.

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2020 National Nursing Data Standards Symposium

Allscripts is a proud Gold sponsor of the 5th Annual National Nursing Data Standards Symposium. The National Nursing Data Standards

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HIC2020

Australia’s largest digital health and health informatics conference! With delegates from all over Australia gathering to share the latest digital

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Faculty of Clinical Informatics Annual Scientific Conference

The Faculty of Clinical Informatics has been established as the multi-disciplinary professional body for all health and social care qualified

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Patient Experience Conference 2020

The Experience Conference is a National Conference hosted by Horizon Health Network in Moncton, New Brunswick. The two-day conference provides

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Digital Health Summer Schools 2020

The two-day residential Summer Schools is the biggest gathering of local and national NHS IT leaders. The annual meeting is

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Top 10 client stories of 2019

Thank you to these clients for sharing their stories of open, connected communities of health that inspire change for the

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Advancing digital maturity for NHS trusts

National Health Service (NHS) trusts in the UK are increasingly turning to Allscripts to achieve digital maturity. Alan Fowles, President,

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Patient Safety: 20 Years After “To Err is Human”

Thought leaders from across the healthcare industry examine how shifting to patient-centered care has helped organizations across the country sustain

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Allscripts Next Now Interoperable Future eMag
Next Now: An Interoperable Future

Full interoperability already exists, and with it comes the capacity to seamlessly share and integrate patient information across care pathways.

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