EHR Intelligence July 1, 2022
Hannah Nelson

An EHR implementation at a New Hampshire community hospital is set to enhance interoperability and the patient experience.

As an early health IT adopter, Littleton Regional Healthcare in New Hampshire had amassed a portfolio of several different EHR platforms to support its suite of specialties. And a lack of interoperability between these systems made a unified EHR implementation nothing short of a necessity, according to Edward Duffy, MD, MBA, FACEP, CMO, CMIO, and executive vice president of Littleton.

“For a long time, we’ve felt as though we’ve needed one platform,” Duffy told EHRIntelligence in an interview. “Finally, about two years ago, it was just unsustainable. That’s when we started looking for a product that could handle the entire suite of specialties...

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