More MEDITECH customers sign on for new web-based EHR

More of Westwood, Mass.-based MEDITECH's customers are making the switch from the legacy platforms to the company's latest mobile, web-based EHR.

Through the web-based EHR, physicians can have universal access to a patient's entire care history. "Our web-based, mobile EHR product offering is truly revolutionizing care," said Helen Waters, MEDITECH's vice president of sales and marketing. "We made a strong effort to identify what physicians and clinicians need from their EHR, and we believe our web EHR is hitting the mark."

Approximately 185 customers have gone live with the EHR. Among those are Chippewa County-Montevideo (Minn.) Hospital, Sandusky, Ohio-based Firelands Regional Medical Center, Cynthiana, Ky.-based Harrison Memorial Hospital, Monticello, Ill.-based Kirby Medical Center and Mineral Wells, Texas-based Palo Pinto General Hospital.

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