Microsoft Is Working With Electronic Medical Records Providers To Help Them Be More Efficient

Microsoft Medical Records

Microsoft is working with Electronic Medical Records providers to help make a difference in delivering solutions to clinical organizations that help them be more efficient.

Case in point: Resurgens Orthopaedics, Georgia’s largest orthopedics practice, is improving workflow and enhancing their patients’ experiences by equipping staff with a full-featured, touch-enabled, electronic health record (EHR) app running on an enterprise tablet. Bradley Dick, Chief Information Officer at Resurgens Orthopaedics, shared the results of the company’s proof of concept (POC) during one of the panel sessions at ACE. For the POC, physicians and clinical staff used the Allscripts Wand for TouchWorks EHR, powered by Windows 8 and running on HP 2-in-1 devices with the Intel Core i5 processor. During the session, Bradley Dick discussed how both the practice and its patients benefited from the solution and the company’s plans to make it a standard option for its physicians and staff moving forward. You can read more in the case study.

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