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About Medflow EHR
Medflow provides electronic health record (EHR) solutions specifically designed to meet the needs of eye care professionals. This EHR is ideal for ophthalmologists and optometrists looking for an intuitive documentation, workflow, and patient management program that helps improve efficiency and reduce administrative costs.
Medflow EHR software includes a user-friendly interface that provides physicians with daily task lists, scheduled examinations, and document review functions. Unlike other electronic health record solutions, Medflow EHR includes features exclusively for eye care professionals, including a glaucoma summary, IOP graph and visual field analysis. With these tools, eye care professionals can easily monitor glaucoma status, record the inflow and outflow of the eye, and compile a history of patient visual fields. Medflow EHR enables physicians to accurately monitor patient progress, scheduled follow ups and required tests, and more. The program’s integrated workflow management tool features prompts for receptionists, technicians and physicians that enable the entire team to track patient progress during an encounter. Medflow EHR also seamlessly integrates with existing practice management software.
Medflow EHR has helped over 500 eye care practices increase efficiency, revenue, and quality of care. One of Medflow’s current customers, The Eye Center of Central PA, was struggling to find an EHR solution capable of providing specialty-specific features. With over 50,000 patient visits each year and more than 100 staff members, this practice needed a solution that was both flexible and scalable. After implementing Medflow EHR, The Eye Center of Central PA reduced the time required to pull charts, make referrals, order surgical procedures, and conduct A/R functions, leading to an increase in overall revenue.
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(Last updated on 03/21/2016 by Jonathan Darcy)