This year's eClinicalWorks National Conference was by far one of the best. The conference was driven by a theme of innovation and made it clear that eClinicalWorks is and will continue working with partners and customers to improve healthcare together. A number of announcements were made during and after the conference so we've rounded them up to help you stay up-to-date on what's happening with eClinicalWorks today as well as what you can expect in future versions of the award winning EHR.
The sold out eClinicalWorks National Conference kicked off on Friday, October 6th with over 4,500 in attendance at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center in Dallas, Texas. eClinicalWorks opened the conference this year by cheering and greeting customers as they entered the keynote presentation Friday morning.
During the keynote and product showcase, eClinicalWorks CEO and co-founder Girish Navani delivered a keynote that focused on four major announcements:
- The eClinicalWorks Virtual Assistant (EVA)
- Version 11
- healow Virtual Room (VR)
- eCW Open Interoperability
eClinicalWorks Virtual Assistant (EVA)
During the annual eCW keynote and product showcase Girish introduced Eva, the EHR industry's first virtual assistant. Eva enables users to improve practice efficiency by interacting with eClinicalWorks' technology in a conversational manner.
Other announcements included the new Version 11 of the core eClinicalWorks EHR which will give providers more options than ever before. V11 will deliver cutting-edge technology and include hundreds of enhancements to help providers improve their workflows. eClinicalWorks V11 is expected to be available on December 15, 2017.
healow Virtual Room (VR)
A demo of the new healow Virtual Room (VR) was also presented on Friday showing how the healow virtual room is taking telemedicine to the next level by connecting patients in the office to specialists offsite. Integrated directly into the EHR, healow VR allows patients visiting an on-site clinic to conference with other providers anywhere in the world, thus bringing a truly global perspective to traditional medical networks and systems.
eCW Open Interoperability was announced giving customers the ability to seamlessly integrate with both CommonWell Health Alliance and Carequality Interoperability Framework through a self-service option.
eClinicalWorks made it clear that they are well positioned for the future and remain focused on development and innovation. On Friday, October 6th the company announced their strongest sales quarter of 2017, reporting $130 million in revenue, with more than 3,750 providers adding eCW's comprehensive EHR/RCM solution.
Did you attend the 2017 eCW National Conference? Let us know in the comments what your greatest take away was this year.