March 15, 2017 – Cornell Scott Community Health Center successfully implemented the digital medical records software, The SMART Solution. They now use SMART’s EHR to streamline drug testing, dispensing, and inventory management. The drug testing module helps guide treatment decisions. It automates functions with customizable random drug test frequencies, specimen due notifications, and reports and statistics. Additionally, the medication inventory management module helps to save time, reduce dosing errors and prepare for DEA audits.
Established in 1968, Cornell Scott serves their community with a wide range of treatment options. They provide alcohol and drug addiction treatment, and prevention, education, and outreach services to the population of New Haven County. Their services include inpatient and outpatient detoxification, methadone maintenance, and therapy.
After this EHR implementation, Nurse Erica Conte said the SMART Trainers were “very helpful and concerned about making sure we knew the material and felt comfortable with our set up before they left. Sandy worked diligently to make sure the company as a whole was operating efficiently with the SMART system. Amy was there every step of the way helping and guiding nursing and other staff to properly use the system.” SMART is excited to serve as Cornell Scott’s EHR partner and looks forward to assisting with their future needs.
Digital Medical Records for Clinic Mangement
SMART’s EHR does more than just collect and store digital medical records. It is a comprehensive clinic management solution for opioid treatment programs domestically and internationally. In addition, a highly experienced team of industry, clinical, operational management and technical experts provide exceptional EHR support services to every customer served.
Furthermore, modules in The SMART Solution help addiction treatment providers operate at maximum efficiency. Admissions, Dosing, Clinical and Medical, Drug Testing and Billing Modules increase productivity and promote patient recovery by keeping entire treatment teams up-to-date on patient information. Learn more