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Freestanding Emergency Centers 2017

Freestanding Emergency Centers 2017
An Early Look at An Emerging Market

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In 2009, the first freestanding emergency center (FEC) opened its doors. In the years since, hundreds of such facilities have opened in Texas. Several other states have also recently adopted or are considering legislation that would allow FECs to expand into the states and extend emergency services to underserved areas. This rapid growth has created an urgent need for EMR technology that meets the needs specific to FECs. To find out which EMR vendors are best helping FECs, KLAS spoke specifically to providers in Texas—the most mature FEC market—interviewing at least half of the EPOWERdoc, T System, CMR, and Wellsoft customers in the state.

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Key Topics

  1. T-System’s Experience Inspires Trust; EPOWERdoc Widely Adopted
  2. T-System and CMR Act as Strong Strategic Advisors; EPOWERdoc Seen as Technology Vendor
  3. T-System and CMR Set the Standard for Improving the Quality of Care
  4. T-System Offers Most Consistent Positive Impact on Patient Experience; Variability Exists with EPOWERdoc and CMR
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