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Elation Health offers a clinical EHR with integrated billing, charting, and automated documentation.

Product Overview

Elation Health provides a primary care-focused EHR. Key features include a three-panel console for charting and patient information, automation for documentation and coding, and a patient interface and communication tools.

Customers Served

Digital Health Provider
Ambulatory Practice

Company Info

Founded
2010
Headcount
201-500
Total Funding
$105.0M
Latest Round
Series D
Latest Round
08/26/2022

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Quick Take

Pricing

Starting at $349/month
Per provider per year, with different fee structures for prescribers vs non-prescribers.

Use Cases

Designed to support high-value primary care providers of all sizes, Elation’s Clinical Platform is used across direct primary care, fee for service, and value-based care organizations to support a clinical-first experience and higher quality patient outcomes.

Core Differentiators

Since 2010, Elation’s clinical-first commitment has disrupted a market of billing-first EHR technology. Designed for primary care, the EHR delivers unparalleled ease of clinician workflow while an integrated PM solution, available in 2023, will further reduce administrative tasks for physicians.

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Reviews

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4.5/5
17 min readReviewed on: 11/13/2023
Reviewer
Title: Director of Clinical Programs
Organization Type: Specialty Practice
Specialty: Orthopedics
Summary
  • Product Usage: Elation is used primarily for charting, clinical orders, and billing, with patient self-scheduling and registration handled through an integrated platform, Tellescope.

  • Strengths: Elations strengths include easy integration, fluid navigation through patient charts, robust provider database, efficient lab ordering functionality, and a responsive support team.

  • Weaknesses: The scheduling interface needs improvement, theres limited recognition of providers in various geographic locations, and the clinical visit templates, although customizable, feel rigid and overly strict.

  • Overall Judgment: Elation has proved to be a reliable and fitting solution for the organization, with its ease of integrations and flexible charting capabilities standing out, albeit improvements could be made.

Other Products Considered

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4/5
27 min readReviewed on: 07/12/2023
Reviewer
Title: SVP of Product and Engineering, Director of Operations
Organization Type: Virtual-First Provider
Specialty: Women's Health
Summary
  • Product Usage: The company uses Elation for comprehensive electronic medical record management, including patient intake, appointment scheduling, clinical information recording, lab orders and results, medication orders, specialist referrals, and billing.

  • Strengths: Elation is user-friendly, similar in format to traditional EMRs making it easy to learn, has good account management support, and has robust APIs which have generally been reliable and comprehensively cover the companys needs.

  • Weaknesses: Elations intake forms lack flexibility, their format feels dated, and customization options are lacking; partial lab results access has been challenging and not initially covered by the API; structured data storage and UI customization could be improved; and dietician workflows dont fit well within the systems structure.

  • Overall Judgment: Despite some weaknesses, Elation was hailed as a sound decision by the company two years after its implementation; this is owing to its user-friendly design, similarities to traditional EMRs, reliable APIs, and helpful support team which overall has contributed to meeting the companys needs effectively.

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4/5
16 min readReviewed on: 07/10/2023
Reviewer
Title: Chief Product Officer
Organization Type: Virtual-First Provider
Specialty: Fertility Care
Summary
  • Product Usage: Elation is used primarily as a clinician-focused application for clinical documentation, lab-ordering interfaces, and billing processes.

  • Strengths: The product is appreciated for its comprehensive and robust API structure, enabling ease of integration with other vendors and systems, as well as its basic clinical workflow proficiency.

  • Weaknesses: The products scheduling functionality has been criticized for being a closed system that lacks flexibility, causing major frustrations in data transition; moreover, the depth of its integrations with other products tends to vary unpredictably.

  • Overall Judgment: Despite certain drawbacks in scheduling functionality, the product is generally valued for making the clinicians experience seamless and satisfactory, and its potential for continued use is rated high (greater than 80%) due to its extensible features and reasonable pricing.

Customers

12
Verified customers
Type
38%
31%
15%
8%
8%
0
1
2
3
4
5
Virtual-First Provider (5)
Primary Care Clinic (4)
Specialty Practice (2)
Commercial Health Plan (1)
Community Health Center (1)
Specialty
40%
20%
13%
13%
13%
0
2
4
6
Primary Care (6)
Behavioral Health (3)
Orthopedics (2)
Women's Health (2)
Other (2)
Provider Headcount
100%
0
1
2
1-100 (2)
Showcased Customers
Insight Primary Care
Type: Primary Care Clinic
Specialty: Primary Care
Snohomish Valley Holistic Medicine
Firefly Health
Type: Commercial Health Plan, Primary Care Clinic
Specialty: Primary Care
Crossover Health
Type: Primary Care Clinic, Specialty Practice
Specialty: Behavioral Health, Orthopedics, Primary Care