Hill Hospital of Sumter County Chooses Evident to Integrate Clinical and Financial Operations
April 20, 2017
YORK, Ala.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Apr. 20, 2017-- Evident LLC, a subsidiary of CPSI (NASDAQ: CPSI), today announced that Hill Hospital of Sumter County in York, Alabama, has selected the Evident Electronic Health Records (EHR) solution, Thrive, to integrate with their existing Evident Financial Management solution, bringing greater efficiency to facility operations. Hill Hospital is a 33-bed acute care facility that serves York and the surrounding areas.
Integration was a key part of the decision-making process for Hill Hospital. Loretta Wilson, chief executive officer at Hill Hospital of Sumter County, said, “Being able to connect our EHR with our financial information will help streamline the flow of information between our clinical and front-office teams, resulting in better communication and ultimately a better experience for the patients we serve.”
Wilson explained that when faced with the need to upgrade or change their EHR system, Hill Hospital conducted an extensive review of various vendors. They selected Evident not only because of the functionality of the clinical EHR and system integration capabilities, but also because of Evident’s track record of successful implementation for smaller, community hospitals.
“Evident understands the challenges faced by community hospitals like ours,” said Wilson. “We appreciate that they are able to tailor their systems, installation and processes to meet our needs.”
“We are pleased to expand on our successful partnership with Hill Hospital with the implementation of our full and complete Thrive EHR solution,” said Boyd Douglas, president and chief executive officer of CPSI, the parent company of Evident. “We strive to ensure that our products support facilities like Hill Hospital by creating operating efficiencies so they can focus on providing quality patient care and improving the health and vitality of their community.”
Evident is a leading provider of patient centered and community focused electronic health record systems for more than 650 community hospitals and their 12,000 providers. As part of the CPSI family of companies, Evident is dedicated to meeting the ever-changing needs of health IT, while optimizing the quality of care for communities in the United States and Canada. Thrive, Evident's health information solution, is a complete information and patient care system from business office to bedside combined with comprehensive implementation and training services. Thrive offers a seamless user experience and advanced workflows that make it an integral part of delivering quality patient care. LikeMind, the Company's unique collaborative support model for Thrive, delivers proactive service from its staff of healthcare and business professionals who understand the challenges its customers face and share their dedication to quality healthcare. For more information, visit www.evident.com.
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