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Let us focus on technology, so you can focus on patient care…

Practices and hospital outpatient clinics are dependent upon EHR software, and complex server environments to work efficiently, without interruption. Their templates, servers, and staff training must stay up-to-date. Ongoing vendor application and support issues must be resolved quickly with minimal impact to the administrator’s daily routine.

In many cases practices lack some or all of the following combination of skill sets to maintain their EHR/EPM system: IT system engineer, EHR/EPM trainer, technical and clinical project manager, and billing/coding specialist. That’s where we come in.

Maxwell IT provides the right mix of consulting and IT engineering support to practices at an affordable price. We are a cost effective alternative to hiring and maintaining a full-time staff of specialists. Our team of experienced and knowledgeable consultants, trainers, project managers and IT engineers can quickly turnaround technology inefficiencies in the practice. We lower your operation costs and increase your EHR/EPM investment results.

Maxwell IT is vendor-neutral; it does not resell EHR/EPM software. We serve the practice, not the program vendor. We have broad expertise and/or certifications in many top-tier EHR/EPM applications (shown alphabetically):

Allscripts, AthenaHealth, eClinicalWorks, e-MDs, GE Healthcare, Greenway, NextGen, and more...

Maxwell IT is based in Seattle, WA and provides support services primarily in the Western States. We are passionate about helping you succeed in healthcare technology. Let us focus on the technology so you can focus on the patient.

Case Study: Seattle Indian Health Board, a Community Health Clinic

“Maxwell IT was a critical component of the implementation plan for our Practice Management and EHR systems. Their services ranged from assisting us in evaluating our current system flows and eliminating redundancies to proposal and contract evaluations to project management and planning to actual template builds.

They had the technical expertise to coordinate issues between our IT techs and the vendor techs and they had the medical expertise to work with our providers on clinical design.

In the four state region I have not come across a smoother implementation in a community health clinic. And we have 150 employees and multiple clinical services. It was a valuable investment and we would not have been successful without them."

Barbara Johnson
Director of Finance