Thursday, June 28, 2007

Plans to release eClinicalWorks on Microsoft SQL Server 2005

For those of you who may held back from considering eClinicalWorks because of MYSQL, this could be very good news. SV

“We are pleased that eClinicalWorks will be offered on SQL Server 2005,” said Steve Aylward, U.S. healthcare and life sciences industry general manager, Microsoft Corp. “By adopting SQL Server 2005, eClinicalWorks can deliver an EMR/PM solution that is versatile enough to meet the individual needs of physician practices of any size.”

“More than 10,000 healthcare providers across all 50 states rely on eClinicalWorks EMR/PM solutions,” said Girish Kumar Navani, president of eClinicalWorks. “We have seen increased demand for our tools on Microsoft SQL 2005 and are pleased to offer a solution to meet their needs. Aligning with Microsoft and having access to its resources to broaden our solution set is a positive for customers seeking to deploy our products on Microsoft SQL Server. We are devoted to delivering a unified EMR/PM solution that meets the individual requirements of physician practices of any size and believe that a variety of groups within our existing and new customer base will benefit from using eClinicalWorks running on Server SQL 2005.”