Updated May 28 at 6:28pm

Amazing Charts adds Reilly to expand EHR adoption, usage

Duke Reilly has been named director of industry business development at Amazing Charts, an electronic health record provider for outpatient practices. More

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Amazing Charts adds Reilly to expand EHR adoption, usage

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NORTH KINGSTOWN – Duke Reilly has been named director of industry business development at Amazing Charts, an electronic health record provider for outpatient practices.

Reilly’s appointment signals a new focus at Amazing Charts, said the company in a release announcing the appointment. The organization seeks to assess how electronic health records can increase physician engagement through data analytics and clinical research, as well as through physician and patient education.

“We believe the EHR is much more than a screen for showing banner ads to physicians - it is a platform for building deep relationships at the point of care for better patient outcomes, as well as for increasing the value pharmaceutical companies can deliver to primary care practices,” said Reilly in the release. “EHR systems also provide the data to measure everything from changes in physician behavior to trends in patient outcomes.”

Reilly brings more than 15 years of pharmaceutical sales and marketing experience, including leadership roles at Pfizer and Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, according to Amazing Charts. He holds a BBA in business management from St. Norbert College.

Amazing Charts LLC is a subsidiary of Pri-Med, which itself is an operating division of Diversified Communications. Amazing Charts was founded in 2001 by a family physician and since then, it has served more than 9,800 clinicians in nearly 6,700 private practices.

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