Specialized urology template ready ‘out of the box’ – streamlined urologic workflows
ITelagen Press Release
Jersey City, NJ – August 8, 2013: ITelagen Inc., a leading provider of healthcare IT support and system administration has developed UroWorx™, a series of urology-focused templates geared toward enhancing the use of NextGen® Ambulatory EHR for urologists. NextGen Healthcare Information Systems, LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Quality Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: QSII), and a leading provider of healthcare information systems and connectivity solutions. ITelagen provides a range of support services for NextGen Healthcare products including professional services, training, hosting and traditional IT support; making it a one-stop shop for electronic health record (EHR) solutions.
With content development and workflow guidance provided by urologist Dr. Russell Locke of Ocala, Fla., ITelagen began marketing and providing demonstrations on UroWorx for NextGen Healthcare on August 1. UroWorx is now marketed nationwide. UroWorx empowers urology practices with integrated technology designed to match urologic workflows. UroWorx delivers patient-at-a-glance views providing pertinent information with reduced digging and multiple clicks through templates.
Dr. Locke, chairman and founding director of Vantage Urologic Institute in Ocala, Fla., said: “UroWorx offers an out of the box option for urologists where minimal customization and effort is needed to ensure templates are seamlessly integrated and ready for immediate use.” Dr. Locke has been working side-by-side with ITelagen staff to ensure UroWorx delivers value to NextGen Ambulatory EHR users while enhancing the overall operations of a urology practice.
UroWorx provides efficiency by design through reduced scrolling and a clutter-free workflow that matches that of a urology practice. The delivery of patient-at-a-glance views featuring pre-populated templates, defaulting directly to urology and including gender specific prompts makes data entry an easy task. UroWorx immediately pulls medical history and pertinent vitals based on previous visits and diagnosis codes.