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EHRis July 2015 Newsletter 

VISIT EHRis at Allscripts ACE 2015

Come see us in Boston!
        Booth #ADP60 

Come visit EHR Integration Services at ACE 2015 - Allscripts Client Experience - in Boston August 5-7. 
We will be demonstrating our latest Allscripts ADP Certified applications for TouchWorks EHR and have some great give-aways, and a few super-fun surprises as well! We look forward to seeing you there! 

EHRis Presenting at ACE 2015

Please join EHR Integration Services as we co-present two educational sessions with our clients at ACE 2015, in Boston this year. 
We'll be highlighting two of our Allscripts ADP Certified Apps.

Improve the Quality of Patient Care with EHRQIS
Date-Time: Wednesday, August 5th from 1:30 - 2:30 PM EST  
Location: Room 102A
Jamie Steck | Business Development Manager | EHR Integration Services 
Nygina Houser | Clinical Application Analyst II | University Hospitals | Cleveland, OH

We will be presenting EHRQIS (Quality Information System) and will review a client story, highlighting the benefits of a successful implementation of our proven quality performance application. 


Automate the Process of All Chart-Exporting Requests by Using Chart2PDF
Date-Time: Thursday, August 6th from 2:45 - 3:45 PM EST 
Location: Room102B 
Jamie Steck | Business Development Manager | EHR Integration Services
Rochelle Herbert | Consultant | EHR Integration Services
Lynne Brayton | EHR Analyst | Cedar Valley Medical Specialists
In this session, learn about Chart2PDF - a time-saving application that easily exports single or multiple patient charts to a PDF, as experienced by a successful Allscripts TouchWorks user.

Consider attending these informative presentations to learn about how these products can be applied in a typical TouchWorks EHR physician practice on a daily basis. You'll hear success stories from clients with practices like yours.

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