SHARE has partnered with three electronic health record system (EHR) vendors – eClinicalWorks, Greenway and GE Centricity – and negotiated vendor fees to save providers that use these EHR systems tens of thousands of dollars to interface their EHR systems with SHARE.
Through one connection to SHARE, eClinicalWorks, Greenway and GE Centricity EHR practices will be able to receive clinical data from any participating hospital or lab, automate reporting to the Arkansas Department of Health, and exchange health information with other participating providers. This is a major change from when a practice had to buy, build and maintain multiple EHR interfaces to connect to different data partners.
We conducted an informational webinar in June for practices that use the eClinicalWorks EHR, and we will soon announce details about the Greenway and GE Centricity connections and what it means for practices using those EHR systems.
As part of the SHARE Connection program, we are reaching out to all EHR vendors with a presence in Arkansas and negotiating statewide contracts like what we’ve arranged with these vendors.