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December 28, 2022

eClinicalWorks signs three IT deals in Mississippi and Pennsylvania

Photo | Google The Westborough headquarters of eClinicalWorks

Westborough healthcare technology firm eClinicalWorks has signed three new clients along the East Coast, as the company marches toward $800M in revenue for the year.

On Dec. 21 eClinicalWorks announced Family Health Center, Inc., which provides medical services to 15,000 underserved and uninsured patients in Laurel, Mississippi, had switched to eClinicalWorks’ electronic health records platform.

Pennsylvania-based American Endovascular & Amputation Prevention LLC, which serves patients in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, has transitioned to the eClinicalWorks platform, the company announced on Dec. 14.

Hyndman Area Health Center in Pennsylvania switched to eClinicalWorks’ platform after experiencing a 186% increase in patients since 2016, according to a Nov. 8 announcement from the Westborough company.

The announcements come after the company announced on Oct. 7 it is projected to record $800 million in revenue, compared to $727 million in 2021.

“Even in an uncertain economic time, eClinicalWorks has continued to hire given the rapid growth we have seen,” said Mark Speyer, CFO of eClinicalWorks in the Oct. 7 announcement. “We have increased our employee count by 10% in 2022 and we expect to continue hiring in 2023.”

eClinicalWorks, founded in 1999, provides cloud-based electronic health records and practice management to health care providers. According to the company’s website, it serves 150,000 physicians and 850,000 medical professionals and employs 5,000 people.

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