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We're Here to Help

On healthcare’s front lines, physicians, nurses and other clinicians are dedicated to providing the highest quality care to all patients. As the industry continues evolving, Allscripts partners with healthcare organizations across the globe to ensure our technology improves clinical workflows and helps prevent burnout.

Allscripts works with internal and external clinicians to understand their clinical needs to build intuitive, user-friendly solutions that expedite technology-related tasks. From optimizing routine activities to streamlining their documentation practices, Allscripts solutions help improve clinicians’ user experiences, so they can spend time delivering high-quality care and building meaningful relationships with every patient. 

That’s what matters.


A Case Study: Methodist Hospital

Methodist Hospital (Arcadia, California, U.S.A.) is a full-service community hospital that uses Allscripts Sunrise™ to help its clinicians provide superior care that keeps its patients healthy and safe. 

Along with earning numerous awards and certifications for high-quality patient care, Methodist Hospital has also:

  • Reduced unnecessary antibiotic usage by 15%-20% and achieved an estimated $500,000 per year in savings.

  • Lowered sepsis rates, keeping mortality rates at almost half the national average.

  • Earned $389,000 in Value-Based Purchasing and a five-star rating from Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services (CMS) in 2016.


Download the free case study and learn how Allscripts helped Methodist Hospital provide high-quality care by focusing on streamlining the clinician experience.
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Podcast 

"How Important is Usability?: Creating Platforms that Really Work for Clinicians"


User-centric healthcare solutions relieve clinician fatigue, provide access to key data and improve quality of care overall. Gareth Thomas (CIO, Salford Royal) and Ross Teague (Director of Development, Allscripts) discuss key user design principles in healthcare IT, and how these build truly smarter electronic health records that help, not tax, clinicians.