Greater Elgin Family Care Center implements i2i Population Health in Record Time

FRANKLIN, Tenn., Sept. 16, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Greater Elgin Family Care Center of Illinois selected i2i as a comprehensive population health management (PHM) data platform they can trust, after evaluating several other solutions.

i2i’s flagship product, i2iTracks, is designed to provide a 360-degree patient view with actionable insights for daily PHM workflows. The joint teams completed the implementation in 55 days with a go-live launch in late February. Additionally, Greater Elgin Family Care Center (GEFCC) is now in-process of implementing i2i’s latest platform, PRiZiMTM, an enterprise-wide solution that provides unlimited quality management scorecards with user-defined benchmarks and extensive visualization tools. GEFCC’s Quality Team has been deeply involved since day one with their dedicated i2i Client Success Executive and i2i Population Health Consultant to ensure the highest level of success and data integrity with their new PHM platform.

Robert Tanner, President/Chief Executive Officer from Greater Elgin Family

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More Than Just a Psychiatric Facility – The Elgin Mental Healthcare Center

What is The Elgin Mental Healthcare Center? Suppose if a friend of you or someone in their family is to be treated in a mental care facility, we try to find the best facility for them. After all, the goal is for them to get well, and we believe that our choice of hospital is vital for the person’s recovery. In Illinois, when we speak of psychiatric facilities, one hospital easily comes to mind. That is Elgin Mental Health Center or EMHC. As the second oldest state hospital in Illinois, this facility opened in 1872 under its former name, Northern Illinois Hospital and Asylum for the Insane. The first-ever physiological measurements of mental patients were recorded by the Elgin Papers back in the 1890s. By 1997, the Joint Commission for the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations gave EMHC its commendation for two years in a row.

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