Allscripts EHR to be implemented at Coordinated Health

Coordinated Health, a top integrated healthcare delivery network across Pennsylvania and New Jersey, selected Sunrise Clinical Manager™ from Allscripts to help its clinicians improve care, better manage clinical information, and become more efficient.

The new Electronic Health Record (EHR) system will support collaborative care initiatives across Coordinated Health's 11 locations, two hospitals, and one ambulatory surgery center, enhancing decision-making and automating processes for accuracy and patient safety.  Sunrise Clinical Manager will provide all caregivers real-time access to patient information such as medications, test results and diagnoses – information that is critical to a patient's care experience. 

"We chose Allscripts Sunrise Clinical Manager because we wanted a single, integrated view of each and every patient we serve across our various locations and platforms," said Emil Dilorio, MD, Chief Executive Officer of Coordinated Health.  "This latest initiative builds on the Allscripts solutions we already use to enhance the quality of the overall patient record."

Coordinated Health also uses Allscripts Enterprise solutions for its outpatient electronic health records.  The addition of Allscripts Sunrise Clinical Manager will help the hospital migrate its inpatient data and information to an electronic format and provide a seamless and integrated electronic information solution across the practice.

"Our goal is to help Coordinated Health succeed by providing the solutions that deliver insights to caregivers that will result in improved patient outcomes," said Glen Tullman, Chief Executive Officer of Allscripts. "Deploying Sunrise will help create a true 'Connected Community of Health' across all of their locations."


Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc.


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