What is FidelityEHR?
With over 18 years of experience in social and behavioral health care data solutions, FidelityEHR is an innovative information technology company with an excellent track record for achieving results in a dynamic social, informational and complex economic climate. This is a challenge we embrace with a focus on shared priorities and state-of-the-art technology.
Our comprehensive team brings years of social systems development, implementation and sustainability experience as clinicians, teachers, case managers, team facilitators, psychologists, social workers, evaluators, researchers, comptrollers, lawyers, policy analysts and program developers in the ever-changing world of social systems. We understand our clients and the complex challenges they face in providing efficient and effective systems and services in a climate of increased fiscal accountability and outcome performance requirements.
FidelityEHR was established in 1994, and we value providing customers with high-quality, simplistic yet innovative technology products and professional support services. Our home office is located in beautiful Santa Fe, New Mexico and our team members are based throughout the United States.
Providing great service means taking the time to listen and inviting you to be an integral member of our team. We will work with you every step of the way to assure you receive the products and services that result in achieving your systems goals.
FidelityEHR Values and Commitments:
- Our data systems are efficient, effective, and user friendly
- Creative solutions are encouraged and rewarded
- The client is a respected member of our team
- Humbly making a difference is our number one goal
Our team members value being able to offer the benefits of years of social systems and technology experience. We are an equal opportunity employer and are members in good standing with multiple professional organizations. We believe it is important to give back and annually donate a percentage of our products and services to public/non-profit organizations who otherwise would not be able to afford them.