Texas-based Curahealth Hospitals has chosen Evident’s Thrive electronic health record system (EHR) solution, along with Business Intelligence and Medical Necessity Database offered through latter’s sister company, TruBridge .
These solutions are intended to boost clinical and business operations at Curahealth’s new inpatient rehabilitation facility.
The hospital firm expects to go live with all the new solutions in the first quarter of next fiscal year.
A post-acute care company, Curahealth Hospitals has facilities in seven US states.
Curahealth has begun an EHR selection process following its recent decision to add an inpatient rehabilitation facility.
The Thrive clinical and financial application suites will help the rehabilitation facility to efficiently manage clinical workflows. Furthermore, patient records can be continuously updated after all care interactions. Care can also be better aligned with patient billing, which will ultimately boost business operations.
TruBridge’s Business Intelligence and Medical Necessity Database will help Curahealth to understand their data in order to take informed decisions, besides bolstering efficiencies and management of the insurance claims process.
Curahealth business development corporate director Jeff Crawford said: “The fact that we had several people with knowledge of Thrive made it an easy decision to use the EHR.
“The depth and breadth of the Thrive EHR solution, paired with the capabilities of TruBridge, give us exactly what we need to deliver quality patient care along with the tools we need to stay on a solid financial footing.”
Evident, which is a provider of electronic health record systems and services, is a completely owned subsidiary of CPSI .
CPSI president and chief executive officer Boyd Douglas said: “We welcome Curahealth as a new customer, and we are proud that our experience, reputation and strong relationships in community healthcare were important considerations in their selection. We look forward to building upon this new partnership and supporting care excellence in inpatient rehabilitation care.”