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Ambulatory Care EMR Support (ACES) Program

If your practice is looking to switch from paper records to electronic medical records (EMRs), look to ACES, a strategic program offered by Adventist HealthCare to assist our affiliated ambulatory physicians with the acquisition and implementation of EMRs. Physicians credentialed at an Adventist HealthCare facility - which includes Adventist HealthCare Shady Grove Medical Center and Adventist HealthCare Washington Adventist Hospital - are eligible to receive a monthly subsidy from the organization toward the acquisition of an EMR.

ACES Program Benefits

Join our Ambulatory Care EMR Support (ACES) Program now to:

  • Enhance your patients' care
  • Make your practice more efficient
  • Be connected
  • Stay independent

You can have confidence in ACES' high-quality business practices and patient privacy. The program has been awarded the Maryland Health Care Commission (MHCC) Management Service Organization (MSO) State Designation. ACES has also achieved full accreditation with the Management Service Organization Accreditation Program (MSOAP) from the Electronic Healthcare Network Accreditation Commission (EHNAC).

FREE Consultation Request

Want to learn more about ACES and how it can positively impact your practice? Schedule a complimentary in-practice consultation and readiness assessment with our team today!

Ambulatory Care EMR Support (ACES) Program

FREE In-practice Consultation

Learn more about ACES and how it can positively impact your practice by scheduling a complimentary in-practice consultation and readiness assessment with our team today!

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Download Program Brochure

Download our ACES program brochure for printer-friendly information.

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