St. Francis Health Center Selects Web-based EHR

June 24, 2011
St. Francis Health Center, a 283-bed acute care hospital in Topeka, Kansas, is implementing EHR technology from Burlington, Mass.-based ChartOne

St. Francis Health Center, a 283-bed acute care hospital in Topeka, Kansas, is implementing EHR technology from Burlington, Mass.-based ChartOne Inc.’s eWebHealth, to improve access to records.

According to the company, a primary goal for St. Francis was placing all patient information online. St. Francis is implementing eWebHealth's full suite of workflow solutions, which combine digitized images of paper records with information generated by other hospital computer systems to form a comprehensive legal EHR for each patient.

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