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The Rise of eClinicalWorks
Separating Fact from Fiction

March 4, 2009

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In just a few years, eClinicalWorks has gone from primarily a small physician practice solution with limited mindshare to one of the most considered solutions for any size or type of organization with physician practice EMR needs. Some liken the provider response to eClinicalWorks to the first reactions to Epic in its early days. It is rare to see a vendor with such a market impact in KLAS research.

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This rapid growth and the reasons for it are hot topics for physicians and other providers. They want to know whether the eClinicalWorks offering is really as good as it seems to be.

The purpose of the 2009 "The Rise of eClinicalWorks: Separating Fact from Fiction" report is to answer the question of how a traditionally small-practice solution creates such excitement across the entire ambulatory spectrum in such a short time. By talking to nearly 200 of their clients, this report takes an in-depth look at eClinicalWorks to learn what is behind their success and where some of the pain points may be.

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