From bankruptcy to profitability in a frontier community
Lost Rivers Medical Center | Arco, Idaho | Critical access hospital
CEO Brad Huerta explains how partnering with athenahealth has been key to keeping his hospital open and able to serve the community.
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New efficiencies help cut ED wait times in half
Ellenville Regional Hospital | Ellenville, New York | Critical access hospital
A combination of smart strategies helped Ellenville build a faster, more effective experience for patients.
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Case StudyBecker’s interview
From 160-180 days in AR down to the thirties
Faith Community Hospital | Jacksboro, Texas 
With cloud-based athenahealth, Faith has been able to build up cash reserves—and restore its reputation in its community
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Here, 90 percent of providers complete their charts on the day of service
Minnie Hamilton Health System | West Virginia | FQHC, critical access hospital, and rural health clinic
Minnie Hamilton operates 6 clinics serving 2 counties. Now, for the first time, each patient has a single, easy-to-access record, making providers more efficient.
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At athenahealth, we take on work and deliver results for community, rural, and critical access hospitals across the country. Our cloud-based services for EHR, revenue cycle and financial management, patient engagement, and care coordination help keep your hospital healthy, so you can continue to serve your community.

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Our hospital clients see an average 6 percent increase in patient collections over baseline.*

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Our clients’ days in accounts receivable decreased by 8 percent during 2017.

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CPOE (computerized provider order entry) increased by more than one-third during 2017.
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