A Strong EMR for Strong Militaries
Allscripts Sunrise™ for Military enables smarter, more connected medicine where it matters most
Military and Defence
During unpredictable times, rely on the most reliable EMR system.
By nature, militaries require a unique level of technology that takes the care of their personnel to the next level, from anywhere necessary. It is imperative for militaries to maintain readiness by putting advanced technology that enhances and sustains health in the hands of clinicians. That’s why we developed Sunrise for Military.
With deep experience implementing healthcare technology solutions in military organisations, Allscripts keeps the clinical focus on exceeding the health needs of service men and women with Sunrise for Military.
Sunrise for Military provides core functionality for primary and acute care, and many other key capabilities, including referral management, allied health, surgery, pharmacy and medical imaging, ward coordination and patient portal. The solution also includes tools specifically designed to improve the delivery of healthcare for military organisations.
As an example, clinicians can use Sunrise for Military to deliver care using a mobile device from any location – whether connected to the larger system or not. This is especially useful when the venue of care is in an extreme environment, war zone, disaster area or an offline area, such as an aircraft carrier.
The following resources demonstrate Allscripts expertise in helping military organisations deliver on their mission to change what’s possible for the health and well-being of their service men and women.
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Discover how, together, we can expand the possibilities at your own organisation today—all through the power of Allscripts partnership, solutions and services.