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Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc. is a publicly traded American company that provides physician practices, hospitals, and other healthcare providers with practice management and electronic health record technology, including electronic prescribing, care management, and revenue cycle software. Allscripts was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in Chicago, Illinois, with key operations also located in Raleigh, North Carolina. and Atlanta, GeorgiaIn 2008, Allscripts was merged with the healthcare systems operations of rival Misys, which was founded in 1979. In 2010, Allscripts-Misys merged with another major healthcare information technology competitor, Eclipsys. In March 2013, Allscripts acquired dbMotion, Ltd., a supplier of community health solutions and Jardogs LLC, a patient engagement solution provider, both privately held.The Allscripts Enterprise EHR makes wide use of the GE/IDX Centricity framework for healthcare applications. Users are first authenticated through the framework, and then to the EHR application itself. In addition, the Allscripts EHR uses IDX connectR as its native interface mapping and translation utility. Rather than a single database, the Enterprise EHR makes use of 10+ databases working together on the same server. Wikipedia.


Patent
Allscripts | Date: 2013-10-01

A computer-implemented method of using task lists to manage incoming referrals in a medical care organization includes presenting a task manager configured to visually create and assign lists of work corresponding to an incoming referral process, and receiving input corresponding to visual creation and assignment of a list of work corresponding to an incoming referral process. The method further includes presenting a wait list manager configured to visually create a wait list entry based upon an incoming referral in a medical care organization, and receiving input, based on the incoming referral, corresponding to creation of a wait list entry. The method also includes creating the wait list entry based upon the incoming referral input, creating one or more tasks based upon the wait list entry, and automatically managing and tracking the tasks created based upon the wait list entry, thereby driving the incoming referral process.


Patent
Allscripts | Date: 2015-04-20

A method for tracking a patient in a medical facility is disclosed. The method includes determining whether a patient is to be moved, indicating the time at which the patient should start to be moved, and interrogating a RFID sensor on the patient at a predetermined time interval to determine when the patient has been moved.


Patent
Allscripts | Date: 2014-12-31

A patient observations submission state engine uses native asynchronous web service handling (e.g. that in iOS) and manages multiple submission transaction requests for a single patient observation session. Preferably, the transactions and their results are managed by the engine, and appropriate result events (success, partial failure and full failure) are pushed back to a user interface.


Patent
Allscripts | Date: 2012-09-15

A method and system for managing inventory for an ancillary medical facility that can be integrated into existing electronic healthcare records systems or practice management systems. The invention enables clinician users to order medical supplies electronically and to track the entire supply chain of the inventory item from the vendor/manufacturer to the patient. In one embodiment, requisitions are automatically generated when an inventory supply falls to a critical volume or reorder point. The system of the invention provides reporting modules that allow clinician users to analyze cost, inventory usage and adjustment, and supply conflict.


Patent
Allscripts | Date: 2013-03-14

A method includes displaying, to a user via an electronic display, a radial control comprising a plurality of concentric arcs, the radial control including a first central section defined by a first arc of the plurality of concentric arcs, and a plurality of child sections collectively defined by the first arc and the other arcs of the plurality of concentric arcs, the plurality of child sections being delineated from one another by dividers extending between two or more arcs of the plurality of concentric arcs, wherein the first central section is associated with a parent activity and each of the plurality of child sections is associated with a child activity related to the parent activity.

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