CONWAY, NH – After a robust and thorough research and evaluation process, the Center for Children and Families in Norman, Oklahoma has selected the Echo Group’s exclusive Visual Health Record to provide comprehensive Electronic Health Record and Billing software services.
The Echo Group’s Visual Health Record is the first and only EHR enabling users to view client activity on a single screen with a visual story that enables deeper insight and better quality of care.
They met our technical requirements and had a fair and reasonable price for a fully configurable, national company.”
Rachelle Cook, CCFI Data and Quality Assurance Manager
“The long-term use of the software indicated they were responsive to change and the evolving needs of the organization,” added Cook. “Their references were exceptional and indicated strong relationships between many levels of the organization and their users, as well as between the users themselves. We are currently in the very early stages of configuration and are very pleased with the developing relationship with our Project Manager Amy Bellevue. We look forward to this growing partnership!”
Per CCFI’s requirements, Echo will provide an enterprise-wide system that is easy to use for clinical, billing, and administrative staff in a way that is dependable, flexible and able to adapt and grow with the organization as its needs change.
“We are very excited that the folks at Center for Children and Families will be joining our strong Midwest user community,” says Joe Viger, Vice President of Business Development for The Echo Group. “CCFI will gain the many advantages of our easy to use Visual Health Record along with with the ease of administration and low up-front cost offered by our software as a service deployment.”
Completely certified for Meaningful Use Stage 2, the Visual Health Record makes the complex, simple. It tells a compelling story without drilling down, clicking on buried tabs or waiting for links to load. The VHR provides a patient view and “no-click” access to information that is unmatched.
Since 1969, the Center for Children and Families has sought to end the generational cycles of poverty, child abuse and neglect for local children and families by providing services that heal the wounds of childhood trauma and strengthen family relationships. Boys & Girls Club of Norman, OK at Center for Children and Families provides mentorship and enrichment opportunities to kick-start great futures for youth from low-resource neighborhoods. CCFI’s mission is to improve the lives of children through partnerships with families and communities – because every boy and girl deserves to grow up safe, nurtured, and loved. Please visit www.ccfinorman.org for more information.
ABOUT THE ECHO GROUP – The Echo Group develops enterprise software applications that are designed specifically for and used by hundreds of behavioral health organizations nationwide.
Echo offers a suite of applications for administrative, clinical electronic health records and billing functions as well as software for managed care organizations which can be deployed as self-hosted or Software as a Service (SaaS).
Echo also offers Revenue Cycle Management, Information Technology support and Fiscal and Clinical Process Workflow Analysis.
Privately held since 1980, The Echo Group is headquartered in Conway, New Hampshire with additional offices in Ohio and California.