eClinicalWorks

By Aditi Pai August 21, 2014
Vitals This year, on Inc Magazine's list of the 5,000 fastest growing private companies, several of the companies listed were in the digital health space. Inc created this list by measuring a private company's revenue growth between 2010 and 2013 and sorted the results by percentage. The awards mark one of the few opportunities to get a peek at a private company's revenue figures and a general...
By Jonah Comstock November 6, 2013
Amazon's 2010 acquisition of Diapers.com doesn't seem like it would be a conversation topic at a Digital Health Innovation Summit. But Girish Navani, CEO of eClinicalWorks, sees Amazon's move into consumer products like diapers as a model for how EHRs can get into the patient engagement business. "I am fascinated by Amazon," he said at the event in Boston. "They started out with a great user...
By Jonah Comstock February 7, 2013
EMR provider eClinicalWorks announced they are investing $25 million in patient engagement, including the creation of a new mobile app for patients. The Westborough, MA-based company already offers a patient portal to their EMR, but the new business unit and app, called Healow (short for Health and Online Wellness), will expand on that offering considerably. "In order to transform healthcare,...
By Jonah Comstock November 20, 2012
The National Football League has signed a deal with EHR maker eClinicalWorks to transition the league from paper records to an all electronic system. The Boston Globe reported that the NFL will pay between $7 million and $10 million for the 10-year contract. Records will be instantly viewable on a smartphone or tablet by medical staff on the sidelines of the games. As players often move and...
By Brian Dolan September 15, 2010
Dell now offers its Google Android powered Streak device as an option in its electronic health record (EHR) and hardware bundle for the healthcare industry. Streak sports a five-inch screen and weighs less than half a pound. The Streak features cameras on the the front and back, which can be used to capture images for use in EHRs, according to a report over at Health Data Management. Dell's EHR...