“Part of our corporate culture is to give back to the community and help non-profit organizations. This partnership fits that profile. The LCPFH is a valuable organization with volunteers who truly care about the health of their community. Providers are working full days in their own practice before volunteering at the Partnership Health Center. We are proud to call them a partner and thrilled to provide them with Azalea EHR,” says Baha Zeidan, CEO of AHI.
AHI’s client relations team have been diligently working with and training the LCPFH staff and volunteers for the past month to prepare them for their scheduled launch. Upon launch, the Partnership Health Center will receive a host of benefits afforded by Azalea EHR. Advantages include: access to electronic prescribing, a multiple provider and location scheduler, office workflow management feature, doctor specific internal templates and custom fields, a Meaningful Use dashboard, a secure messaging and tasking system as well the ability to give their patients access to their personal medical records through the fully integrated patient health records portal, Azalea PHR.
John Sparks, Executive Director of LCPFH says, “AHI has worked with us on customizing the Azalea EHR to cater to our specific needs. As we are based on a non-profit platform, we require information that the average healthcare provider does not in order to receive grants and other funding; AHI understands that and has been very flexible throughout this process.”
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About Lowndes County Partnership for Health
The Partnership was founded in October 1996 and includes a 25 member Board of Directors, four full time staff members, two part time staff members and over 200 volunteers. The Partnership for Health operates five programs: the Partnership Health Center, a free primary care clinic for the working uninsured residents of Lowndes County; the Partnership Cancer Fund, which raises funds for local cancer patients; the Partnership for Healthy Living, which conducts physical activity and nutrition programs; Pharmacy Assistance Program; and a wellness and disease management program for self insured employers. Program partners include hospital systems, major education centers, national charities and foundations, as well as local healthcare providers, industries, agencies, and individuals. To learn more about the Lowndes County Partnership for Health visit http://www.lcpfh.org or call (229) 245-0020.