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Physimed

An EMR Designed By Medical Professionals
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PhysimedProduct Overview

  1. About Physimed
  2. Pros of Physimed
  3. Cons of Physimed
  4. Breakdown of core features

Physimed product overview

Physimed EMR was designed by medical professionals in response to their growing frustration with legacy EMRs. It is a system that addresses several pain points faced by physicians in deploying EMR technology. It’s platform is specialty-driven rather than template-based, unlike most software in the market. 

Once a practice signs up with Physimed, the new platform can be implemented in less than a month. Implementation experts will customize the system for your practice as well as migrate any data, clinical or otherwise, to the new system, minimizing disruption to your workflow. 

Physimed EMR can be deployed in the cloud or hosted in a secure server placed in your practice. Managed IT support can also be provided. 

Pros of Physimed

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PHYSIMED caters to more than 20 surgical and non-surgical specialties and helps increase efficiency, reduce complexities, and strengthen patient relationships. Workflow can also be customized and adapted to best suit your practice’s needs. . Its e-prescribing service connects providers with more than 40,000 pharmacies across the country

Cons of Physimed

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Physimed is currently in process of revamping its reporting module to better cater to large multi-specialty practices with 25+ providers.

Breakdown of core features

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EMR

Physimed’s EMR service is intuitive and streamlined so physicians can focus on care. By surfacing clinical intelligence throughout the encounter without disrupting the workflow, the software helps drive better care and greater efficiency while still satisfying important measures for quality-focused initiatives like Meaningful Use, P4P, and ICD-10.

Practice Management

The practice management solution provides the advanced workflow solutions and business intelligence tools required by modern practices to achieve operational goals and retain financial independence. The practice management’s flexible architecture accommodates wide ranges of practice sizes, organizational structures, and unique processes.

(Last updated on 12/05/2019 by Marshall Bright)

Quick Facts

  • Industry Specialties
    Healthcare
  • Pricing
    Average
  • Works Best For
    Mid Sized Businesses, Small Sized Businesses

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  • Electronic Prescription
  • Telemedicine Software
  • Electronic Fax
  • Immunization Interface
  • Lab Interface
  • Medical Calculator
  • Evidence Based Clinical Knowledge
  • Billing
  • Automatic Eligibility Checking
  • Electronic Claims
  • Claim Scrubbing
  • Denial and Appeal Management
  • Credit Card Processing
  • Clearing House
  • eSuperbill
  • Document Imaging
  • Custom Forms
  • Flow Sheets
  • Patient Education
  • iPad App
  • Mac OS
  • Microsoft Windows
  • Business Intelligence Reports
  • HL7 messaging
  • Send labs via LIS or RIS systems
  • Quote available upon request
  • Average pricing $250-$500
  • English