Conway OB-GYN Clinic, the oldest OB-GYN clinic in Faulkner County, Arkansas, US, has transitioned to eClinicalWorks Cloud-based Electronic Health Record (EHR) solution.

The clinic’s switch to eClinicalWorks aims to enhance operational efficiency and interoperability.

Conway OB-GYN Clinic will deploy eClinicalWorks’ artificial intelligence (AI)-powered tool called Scribe, which leverages natural language processing (NLP) and voice dictation software to record clinical observations in real-time, enabling physicians to save time and costs.

The clinic will also use PRISMA, which is claimed to be the industry’s first health information search engine.

It will facilitate quick updates to medical records and help access a broad range of patient data during care, supporting informed decision-making.

Conway OB-GYN Clinic practice manager Robin Fagala said: “eClinicalWorks provides us with an array of health IT solutions like PRISMA and Scribe, up-to-date staff training, and reporting efficiencies all while meeting our financial needs.

“We can gather records seamlessly from local hospitals using different EHR systems, including Allegheny General Hospital, which uses Epic, and St Clair Health, which uses Veradigm.”

Additional benefits of the eClinicalWorks EHR include the healow Mom app, designed for expectant mothers to track appointments, monitor blood pressure, and receive information about pregnancy stages.

The healow Suite offers comprehensive Cloud-based solutions for patient engagement, clinical insights, payer insights, and interoperability.

eClinicalWorks CEO and cofounder Girish Navani said: “Conway OB-GYN Clinic provides a vast range of important medical services to the Faulkner County community.

“Our goal is to better equip providers with affordable solutions that promote interoperability, improve processes, and enhance the patient experience.

“With the eClinicalWorks multidimensional, cloud-based EHR, Conway OB-GYN can leverage leading health IT solutions that promote value-based care while meeting their current internal and external needs.”

The Conway OB-GYN Clinic serves around 1,000 residents weekly, offering obstetrics and gynaecology services.