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Web Cloud Based Veterinary Practice Management Software System

Onward Vet s cloud web based veterinary paperless software offers a comprehensive, easy-to-use, and elegant set of tools to make it easy to keep records, track patient progress and run a hospital. Learn more about what it can do for you.

  • Online Veterinary Software: Cloud Web based EMR/EHR and practice management
  • SOAP notes, email/text/postcard reminders, billing, estimates, customizable SOAP templates, Rx labels, wellness plans
  • Electronic signatures for estimates and consent forms on the iPad and Android tablets (no paper)
  • Patient records instantly available across all clinics within a large multi-hospital chain.
  • Electronic whiteboard and graphical treatment plan for all staff to view and update patient status across the clinic
  • Direct external lab interface (E.g Antech and IDEXX – Trend results)
  • Direct in-house lab equipment interface (E.g. IDEXX VetLab Station)
  • Advanced and comprehensive inventory management
  • Client portal (clients can print their own rabies/neuter/spay certificates, vaccination histories)
  • Specialty practice referral management module
  • Pre-loaded standardized diagnosis, procedure codes/descriptions and drugs/supplies data
  • Voice-to-text, and handwriting to text capability for faster note taking
  • We will transfer records from any existing software such as Cornerstone and Avimark.
  • If paper-based, our system allows scanning in existing patient records into the electronic database.
  • Bill payment and collection from patients
  • Appointments and reminders
  • Interact with your clients via client portal
  • Rx labeling printing
  • Inventory management
  • Client and patient data confidentiality
  • Hosted solution, no need for expensive in-house computers and software
  • All that is needed is a web browser
  • Web-subscription based, secure access from anywhere in the world
  • Access via laptop/desktop in each patient room
  • Data is backed up in secure servers in multiple locations
  • High quality and responsive customer service
  • Multi-language support for global deployment

10/10/2017

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8 Epic EHR implementations with the biggest price tags in 2015


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8 Epic EHR implementations with the biggest price tags in 2015

Investments in EHR systems are undoubtedly costly, but some implementations appear to carry more costs than others.

Implementation costs vary system to system and hospital to hospital. Prices fluctuate based on what types of additional features and modules a hospital selects. And, according to a Politico report, some EHR vendors charge for additional service fees while others don’t. The Politico report indicates for Epic’s 2014 edition software, the Verona, Wis.-based EHR vendor charges a software licensing fee, implementation costs and annual maintenance costs while OpenVistA, developed by Carlsbad, Calif.-based Medsphere, for example, does not.

Even within the subsector of Epic implementations, costs fall across the board. For example, Duke University Health System, based in Durham, N.C. paid approximately $700 million for its Epic EHR (systemwide go-live in 2014) while Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, N.H. paid $80 million (go-live in 2011), according to a Forbes report.

John Halamka, MD, CIO of Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. said in the Politico report that hospitals selecting Epic’s platform are not just buying a product — they are buying a process. BIDMC does not operate on Epic’s EHR; rather, the hospital earlier this year forged a partnership with athenahealth, which included using the Watertown, Mass.-based vendor’s product.

“Epic is selling a methodology; often a lot of manual processes or heterogeneity and standardizing the work,” Dr. Halamka told Politico. “It’s not that they’re buying expensive software, they’re buying a lot of software.”

No matter where the prices come from, the cost of Epic installations are significant. Here are eight of the most costly Epic implementations reported within the past six months. These are working numbers, with some systems having allotted the indicated amounts to implementation projects and others that have already completed installations.

Partners HealthCare: $1.2 billion
Boston-based Partners HealthCare is one of more recent implementations, going live the first week of June to the tune of $1.2 billion. This is the health system’s biggest investment to date. The implementation process took approximately three years, and in that time, the initial price tag of $600 million doubled.

LehighValleyHealth Network: $200 million
LVHN started its switch to Epic’s platform in February 2015, but the full transition will take between four and six years. Harry Lukens, CIO of the Allentown, Pa.-based system, told The Morning Call the total investment dedicated to the installation includes software, hardware, data conversion and additional personnel.

Mayo Clinic: “Hundreds of millions”
In January 2015, Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo Clinic announced it selected Epic’s EHR and revenue cycle management platforms and planned to drop its Cerner and GE Healthcare contracts to do so. The value of the contract was not disclosed by the health system or the vendor, but stock analysts told The Kansas City Star it is worth “hundreds of millions of dollars over several years.” Additionally, the headline of the Star report reads “Cerner loses Mayo Clinic contract worth hundreds of millions of dollars to Epic,” indicating a ballpark estimate of the new contract’s value.

LaheyHospital Medical Center: $160 million
On March 28, 2015, the Burlington, Mass.-based hospital completed its two-year implementation of Epic’s EHR system. Two months later, Lahey Health said it was laying off 130 people at three hospitals to close the budget gap. In the six months ended March 31, the health system had lost $21 million, partly due to preparatory EHR implementation costs.

Lifespan: $100 million
Providence, R.I.-based Lifespan announced plans to implement Epic’s EHR in March 2013, and the health system went live April 2015. Lifespan initially projected the implementation to cost $90 million, but in a Rhode Island Public Radio report, John Murphy, MD, executive vice president of physician services, alluded to a total closer to $100 million.

Erlanger Health System: $97 million
Chattanooga, Tenn.-based Erlanger Health System signed a contract with Epic in May 2015 nearing $100 million. The health system will invest $91 million in capital expenses, but operating expenses will bring the total to $97 million over the next 10 years. Erlanger was deciding between Epic and Cerner’s platform and ultimately chose Epic because the bid was less expensive, CFO Britt Tabor told Times Free Press .

WheatonFranciscan Healthcare: $54 million
In January 2015, Glendale, Wis.-based Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare announced plans to implement Epic across its hospitals. The system’s affiliated medical group and physician offices have been using Epic’s EHR since September 2012, but providers across the system can only view patient records and not input information. The implementation will create one central EHR platform across the system. Go-lives will begin January 2016. The system expects a return on investment after four years of using the platform.

Saint Francis Medical Center: $43 million
The hospital in Cape Girardeau, Mo. contracted with Epic in February 2015 and expects to go live in July 2016. Saint Francis plans to connect and exchange records with other hospitals in the St. Louis area also using Epic’s system, including SSM Health and Mercy Health.

Worth noting
A handful of other hospitals and health systems reported signing contracts with Epic this year but did not disclose the costs of the IT projects. Some of these organizations include Arlington Heights, Ill.-based Northwest Community Healthcare, SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital-Audrain in Mexico, Mo. Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences in Tulsa, San Diego-based Scripps Health and St. Louis-based BJC HealthCare.

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this article identified Saint Francis Medical Center as being located in Dexter, Mo. We have updated the article to include the correct location, and we apologize for the error.

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30/09/2017

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EHRs were initially conceived as eco-friendly stand-alone replacements for paper medical records. The digital versions would improve clerical and billing procedures, while reducing the space and waste of their traditional counterparts.

The emergence of social media and the latest iteration of the Internet have refocused our perspective on EHRs as well, with web-based medical records company Practice Fusion being one of the first companies to take advantage of post-Facebook EHRs. The company has recently unveiled two initiatives with a social media bent.

Earlier this month, Practice Fusion launched a physician-review portal that allows doctors to decide whether or not to make all of their reviews available online. Patients are now able to browse Practice Fusions network of more than 160,000 doctors and healthcare staff.

Practice Fusion has also released a HIPAA-compliant secure physician messaging feature within its EHR this month. The feature will allow doctors on the company’s network to collaborate with respect to patient care, referrals, and clinical work while utilizing the data within an EHR.

“Patient care shouldn’t end in the exam room. Legacy EHR technology has failed to provide a way for medical providers to send secure referrals, much less get a quick curbside consultation on clinical cases,” said Ryan Howard, CEO of Practice Fusion.

“Our messaging feature makes communication between providers as easy as sending a Facebook message to a friend—and this could mean the difference between life and death for a patient.”

Other companies are also starting to look at the EHR as a resource for improving care, increasing efficiency, or making a profit. Allscripts has opened up its Helios platform to enable third party software developers “have access to the tools services needed to have a great development experience and an opportunity to co-market their applications directly to Allscripts clients,” according to the company website.

If developers were to flock to Allscripts with software and mobile apps, the company could be looking at an App Store-style marketplace. The model would join the fledgling application industry that has made Apple and Google millions of dollars. Successful startups and developers would also see a piece of this EHR-based software boom.

Lyle Berkowitz is someone who already knows what it’s like to leverage the power of an EHR into a successful business. In 2008, Berkowitz was part of a healthcare IT startup that created Healthfinch. The company’s successful RefillWizard application works in conjunction with many popular EHR systems to delegate prescription refills to a practice’s clinical staff.

On the Healthfinch website, the company makes an effective pitch about the untapped potential and current problems with many of today’s EHR systems.

“We’ve seen the problems that healthcare software causes. It slows clinicians down. It doesn t have to be this way. Fortunately, the electronic medical record has laid the foundation for building great healthcare applications. It’s time we start realizing this promise. That’s what we do at healthfinch,” the website reads.

There are many signs that the floodgates of EHR-based software are about to open. One of the first conferences dedicated entirely to healthcare IT startups will be held this June in Philadelphia. The 54-hour event will focus entirely on developing “applications that target concrete problems in healthcare and develop a commercial case around them.”

EHR Scope is a leader in EHR consulting and education. They offer a variety of valuable resources to help physicians and practices navigate their way through the EMR implementation process. EHR Scope includes a network of resources for EHR comparison, multimedia industry news and information vital to operating within current Healthcare legislation and guidelines for ARRA stimulus HITECH act. Check out www.ehrscope.com and www.ehrtv.com for more information.


24/08/2017

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Academic Programs – Health Information Technology #health #information #technology #program, #health


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Academic Programs Health Information Management

Visit the Health Information Management Academic Program page on MC’s online catalog

The US Department of Education requires colleges to disclose a variety of information for any financial aid eligible program that prepares students for gainful employment in a recognized occupation. Midland College is committed to creating an educated workforce by offering occupational programs that lead to gainful employment.

Medical Coding Specialist
Health Data Coordinator
Health Data Specialist – Physician Practice

The Health Information Management online associate degree program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation for Health Informatics and Information Management Education (CAHIIM). According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, health information management jobs are expected to increase by 15% from 2014-2024. The median income is $37,110, (2015 statistic), but additional credentials do add to the marketability of professionals.

The HIM program was established in 1998 as a traditional face-to-face program. In 2007-2008, the HIM program transitioned to an “online only” program to meet the needs of working students and professionals. The exception to online courses are the requirement for clinical courses completed onsite at a facility (HITT 2261 for the associate degree and HITT 1167 for Medical Coding Specialist certificate).

Program Statistics for years 2011- 2016 :
Registered Health Information Technologist: 91 % pass rate for graduates t aking RHIT exam.
Employer Satisfaction Rate: 100%
Student Graduate Survey, Satisfaction Rate: 100%

Many students admitted into the program have already completed one degree, and some have bachelors or masters degrees. The reason they pursue the associate degree training is to be eligible for the Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT) upon graduation. The RHIT credential, and the RHIA credential for the bachelor’s degree, continue to be a preferred credential that healthcare employers seek when hiring Health Information Management candidates.

Online Technology Requirements

Students meet the minimum requirements listed on Canvas to complete the courses. See guides.instructure.com/ for details.

Students must be self-motivated, able to comprehend information in written form, and have the ability to communicate effectively both in written and verbal forms. Students should also be able to research websites, upload and download documents, post discussions, and access email. The courses are not self-paced, but have scheduled weekly due dates for assignments, discussions, and tests. Students should expect to spend 6 9 hours per 3 hour credit course to complete assignments, readings, and tests. Instructors are available to answer questions online or by phone related to course topics.

Skills Needed for Health Information Profession:

ability to analyze patient data for payment or registry information,
able to sit for long periods to complete work at work station
research and review patient information for regulatory compliance,
code and categorize patient information using standard coding systems.
communicate effectively with patients, physicians, and other customers
ability to work under pressure to meet deadlines
keyboarding skills and ability to use software systems, patient portals, etc.

Students may apply to the program in the semester they are completing the prerequisites. Final grades will be verified before admittance. Students are accepted prior to each semester (Summer, Fall, and Spring). Most of the students in the programs are considered part-time; taking 2 to 3 classes each semester since most have part-time or full-time jobs. There are approximately 70-80 students taking HIM classes or prerequisite courses to gain admission to the program.

Clinical Requirement Onsite:

Students that live outside the local Midland area are able to locate clinical sites in their area with the assistance of the HIM program. More information and directions are given to students upon acceptance into the program (courses related to associate degree and Medical Coding Specialist certificate). Prior to the clinical course, students are required to meet certain facility requirements to attend clinical practice. These include a background check, drug screen, immunizations, and other requirements based of the facility. More information provided prior to clinicals.

See Frequently Asked Questions for more information and application.

Click on the links below for the suggested sequence of courses for Midland College’s Health Information Management associate of applied science degree and for the various Health Information Management certificates.

Click on the links below for the suggested sequence of courses for Midland College’s Health Information Management associate of applied science degree and for the various Health Information Management certificates.

Associate of Applied Science Degree for Health Information Management

Medical Coding Specialist Certificate

Health Data Coordinator Certificate

Student Support Coordinator, Raquel Valenzuela, RHIT
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Midland College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award certificates and associate and baccalaureate degrees Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Midland College.

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11/08/2017

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FEATURED CASE STUDY

THE SAGACIOUS ADVANTAGE

Within its first five years, Sagacious Consultants ascended to a Best in KLAS* consulting firm and landed on Modern Healthcare’s Best Places to Work. Sagacious Consultants is now part of Accenture, expanding its breadth of services and geographies served.

As EHR systems have become more widely adopted, Sagacious Consultants has increasingly focused on strategic projects that enable healthcare organizations to meet their biggest operational goals. Using proven methodologies for revenue and clinical transformations, Sagacious Consultants helps clients improve KPIs, enhance provider efficiency, and increase patient satisfaction.

The team now includes hundreds of EHR-certified consultants, from licensed clinicians, former CIOs, and other experienced professionals, bringing diverse perspective and insight to clients worldwide.

The Sagacious Advantage is simple: We combine technical acumen with intimate knowledge of the healthcare space to achieve meaningful results. Combined with Accenture, Sagacious Consultants delivers exceptional value to clients and contributes to the transformation of healthcare through technology with greater impact.

*Sagacious Consultants ranked #1 for Implementation Clinical – Supportive in the 2013 Best in KLAS Awards: Software Services report. © 2014 KLAS Enterprises, LLC | All rights reserved. www.KLASresearch.com

Simple and based on a single principle – our customers’ success is a direct measure of our own. To measure success we use three metrics: timeline, budget and end-user adoption. Other healthcare consulting organizations may agree on this, but the difference with Sagacious Consultants is we have the software expertise and experience to make it happen.

We recruit only the best consultants and embody a healthy work/life balance, boasting one of the highest retention rates in the industry! In turn, our customers receive uncompromised results. Our employees provide in depth knowledge of Epic software, project management skills to keep a project on time and on budget and the experience necessary to mesh industry best practices with the organization’s needs.

Sagacious Consultants understands that success brings social responsibility. We pride ourselves by delivering like no other healthcare consulting firm by providing a significant portion of profits to our employees’ and customers’ local charities.

Sagacious Consultants is an innovative consulting firm dedicated to making healthcare better from patient to provider.

Sagacious accomplishes this by providing the top echelon of Epic consultants to our partners, ranging from large academic healthcare organizations to local community clinics. Our mission to our employees is to treat each one as an individual, with the utmost respect, and to provide them with a culture that promotes personal and professional happiness, growth and diversity, and which rewards achievements.

Our mission to our clients is to engage with them as partners, and to provide superior results by leveraging our consultants’ technical expertise in conjunction with our intimate knowledge of the healthcare space. With a strong focus on collaboration, both internally and with our clients, Sagacious Consultants guarantees to surpass expectations.

Sagacious Consultants will continue to grow in prominence and expertise with a focus on sustainability.

We will remain committed to our core values by only employing the best and brightest employees, fostering an inclusive, yet elite corporate culture, and providing superior consultants and customer service to our clients.

Since our inception in 2009, Sagacious Consultants has been wholeheartedly committed to supporting the community, both near and far. It is because of this commitment that we donate a significant amount of money to nonprofit, charitable organizations which have a direct impact on the communities of our clients and our employees. These organizations support diverse causes such as medical research, support for animals, women’s rights and healthcare, early childhood education, support services for veterans, as well as many other causes.

A new benefit introduced to all employees in 2012 allows each employee to choose a charitable organization for Sagacious to make a donation to on their behalf. As Sagacious has continued to grow, this has allowed the amount of contributions, as well as the organizations benefiting from these contributions, to grow substantially over time. Please see the graphic to the right for Sagacious’ annual contributions since inception.

“This has been a very positive impact to our organization and I do feel that we would not be so successful if he would not have been part of the project.”

“She hit the ground running. Her experience paid immediate dividends.”

“As a former Epic TS, he was effective and productive for us from the first hour in our organization. He was always finishing ahead of time or on time.”

“Not all Epic consultants are created equal and he definitely can cover a wide array of topics.”

“He has a very in depth understanding of the Epic system and was able to apply his knowledge to help us with many issues.”

“Her deep knowledge of Epic Willow has made her an extremely valuable member of the team.

“Extremely efficient and thorough.” “Very efficient, effective, knowledgeable, thorough.”

“He has been so willing to take on as much as we give him, with great outcomes.”

“I was not expecting to be able to complete as many issues as we were able to.”

“Willing to help on issues not assigned to him and able to provide details of issue that we would get from our EPIC TS. This saved us time on resolution.”

“She was extremely helpful to everyone.”

“He was constantly finishing issues that needed to be completed regardless if it was for Claims, HB, or anyone else that asked for his help

Sagacious Consultants has worked with over 100 Epic healthcare organizations across the nation. These organizations range from the largest of hospital networks to smaller, physician practice only organizations. The projects range from full life-cycle implementations to upgrades and from big-bang installs to rollouts. We have provided clients with consultants in nearly every application. We are more than happy to provide referrals upon request.

• Majority former-Epic employees

• Certified in all Epic applications

• Experienced with all phases of implementation

• Senior level consultants

• Success through collaboration: internal Sharepoint promotes synergy

Sagacious Consultants has worked with over 100 clients across the nation varying in size, scope, complexity and business structure:

• Pediatric organizations such as Texas Children’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital of Omaha, and Seattle Children’s Hospital

• Religious organizations such as Bon Secours Health System and Baptist Health System

• Higher Learning institutions such as University of California San Francisco, University of Colorado Hospital, and University of Maryland Medical Services

• Private, Public, or FQHC organizations such as Providence Health Services, Harris County Hospital District, Hennepin County Medical Center, and Access Community Health Network

Sagacious Consultants is painting the map red with over 100 clients and 200+ employees in 41 states.

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03/08/2017

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Aprima vs Practice Fusion – EHR Software Comparison #ehr, #emr, #ehr


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Both Aprima Medical Software Inc and Practice Fusion serve private practices .

Having received meaningful use attestations from professionals in a variety of medical specialties, Aprima Medical Software Inc and Practice Fusion can be considered generalized EHR software and both are well suited to any type of medical practice .

Aprima Medical Software Inc and Practice Fusion both give you the option to either install the software on your servers or access it online. Both products either have a mobile application, or are optimized for use on a mobile device or tablet .

Average User Rating

Number of Reviews

Ease of Doing Business

Features

  • Electronic Medical Records
  • Medical Billing
  • Patient Scheduling
  • Practice Management
  • Electronic Medical Records
  • Medical Billing
  • Patient Scheduling
  • Practice Management

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  • Claim Scrubber
  • Credit Card Processing
  • Online Booking
  • Reporting Dashboard
  • Speech Recognition
  • Document Management
  • E-Prescribing
  • Electronic Remittance Advice
  • Insurance Verification
  • Lab Orders and Results
  • Patient Portal
  • Claim Scrubber
  • Credit Card Processing
  • Online Booking
  • Reporting Dashboard
  • Speech Recognition
  • Document Management
  • E-Prescribing
  • Electronic Remittance Advice
  • Insurance Verification
  • Lab Orders and Results
  • Patient Portal

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31/07/2017

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OntarioMD Bulletin about Ransomware
On September 29, 2016, OntarioMD issued a Ransomware bulletin to physicians in the EMR Adoption Program. We are sharing it here to ensure that all ABELMed users are aware that health care professionals and organizations are being targeted by cybercriminals. Ransomeware Bulletin

August 2016 ABEL Celebrates 39th Anniversary!
The delivery of healthcare in Ontario has undergone amazing changes over the four decades of our history. To support thousands of ABELMed users in caring for their patients, we’ve tackled and achieved numerous milestones. Today, the technology and service needs of healthcare professionals continue to evolve and, as always, we’re committed to exceeding their expectations every step of the way.

Healthcare offices are being targeted by cyber criminals. Ransomware and other malware attacks are putting valuable patient and practice data at risk! This article provides tips on how to protect your practice: Ransomware is Creepy!

ABELMed Inc. is pleased to announce our recent re-certification for ISO 13485:2003. This achievement demonstrates our ongoing dedication to providing high quality products and services that meet or exceed customer needs and industry regulatory requirements.

ABELMed’s integrated Kiosk streamlines front desk workflow. Patients can sign themselves in on a touchscreen and your team will immediately be informed of their arrival through your ABELMed Scheduler and Patient Manager. And, there are more time-saving features when patients are validated by a Health Card swipe!

ABEL Referral Partner, Regatronics Inc. promotes ABELDent and ABELMed software and associated services to the healthcare market. Announcement

ABELMed Inc. continues to meet ISO 13485:2003 Certification standards. Press Release

ABELMed users can now access and download hospital reports directly into their EMR through Hospital Report Manager (now called Health Report Manager). Read More

ABELMed offers handwriting to text conversion. Doctors who want an EMR but hate to type have a new option. Read More

Announcing New Welch Allyn Connectivity. Users are going to appreciate how easily ABELMed v12.8 (and above) can now import vital sign measurements directly from their Welch Allyn medical devices. With speed and accuracy, data including Systolic/Diastolic BP, Pulse Rate, Temperature, Height and Weight becomes an integral part of your patient’s record with just one click. Press Release

Physicians Can Now Accomplish Charting Faster with ABELMed EMR and Handwriting Recognition. Press Release

As a leading provider of Clinical and Practice Management software solutions and services in Canada, we are pleased to announce the launch of ABEL-in-a-Box our Electronic Medical Record solution for fast deployment to physicians and clinics.
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Congratulations to Dr. Henri Dussault, ABEL’s Customer Satisfaction Survey prize winner. Dr. Dussault was randomly selected from the list of survey participants and has won a Microsoft Surface Slate with Windows RT! We thank all customers who took part in the survey – your feedback is extremely important to us.

ABELMed EHR-EMR/PM v12 Achieves Canada Health Infoway Certification. Press Release


31/07/2017

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EHR Systems #ehr #inc


Welcome to eHR Systems

The Electronic Health Record (EHR) is comprised of many components that work together to capture, create, share, maintain and store an accurate and complete patient health record.

This digital health information version of an individual patient or population stores a wide range of data such as medical history of a patient, medication, laboratory test results, diagnostic images and demographics.

There are various systems, applications, standards and specifications that must be in place in order to meet the goal of true interoperability.

About the EHR Incentive Program

The Medicaid Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Program provides incentive payments for Medicaid eligible professionals (EPs) who adopt, implement, upgrade, or meaningfully use certified EHR technology in their first year of participation in the program, and successfully demonstrate meaningful use in subsequent years.

For the Medicaid EHR Incentive Program, an EP must be one of the following five types of Medicaid professionals: physicians, dentists, certified nurse-midwives, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants practicing in a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) or a Rural Health Center (RHC) led by a physician assistant.

Get your $63,750 in EHR Incentive Money today!

Our service is 100% guaranteed with No Upfront Cost! We don’t get paid until you get paid!

Funding directly deposited to you in 30 days!

Getting started is easy! Simply click the link below and fill out the registration form.


30/07/2017

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The New EHR #urgent #care #ehr


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Meet your new EHR

New design, new features, no downtime

Your award-winning new EHR was designed with input from clinical professionals like you every step of the way, and we’re continuously releasing new enhancements and top-requested features .

Because your new EHR is cloud-based, there’s no hardware to install and your software is always up to date. It also means you can use your new EHR from anywhere and on any device, including iPads or Android tablets. Whether you’re treating patients in the office, reviewing charts from home, or just going over your upcoming day, Practice Fusion is always available on any desktop or tablet device
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Your new EHR is more than clinical, it’s personal

You can fully customize your new EHR to fit your needs with a comprehensive set of practice management tools and streamlined clinical workflows.

FAQs about your new EHR

Is my new EHR really free?

Yes. 100% free, and always will be.

Then how do you make money?

Practice Fusion generates revenue by making health care better for everyone — not only for doctors and patients, but also for labs, imaging centers, health plans, biotechs and other members of the healthcare ecosystem. These partners pay Practice Fusion for the efficiency we create and for implementing innovative programs that are only possible on our platform.

Why is my new EHR so fast?

We built your new EHR in HTML, which allows faster loading compared to Flash and other programming languages, and provides us the flexibility to make your EHR available across all devices. HTML also makes it easier for us to quickly make improvements, reduce downtime, and implement new features based on your feedback.

What if I need help with my new EHR?

Practice Fusion is ranked the #1 EHR for customer satisfaction and support. Your new EHR comes with 100% free and unlimited support from our team that’s dedicated to the success of your practice. If you ever need help, reach out to us by:

Calling (415) 346-7700 on Monday Friday, 6am – 5pm Pacific.

Starting a live chat for quick answers to any EHR questions.

Submitting a Help Ticket for any non-urgent or after-hours support.

Switching to your new EHR is fast and easy. We’ll help you every step of the way by implementing your new EHR in your practice, transitioning your patients and importing patient demographic data.

I have other questions about my new EHR

Find answers to most every question about your new EHR in our Knowledge Base .


09/07/2017

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