Practice EHRProduct Overview
Practice EHR product overview
Practice EHR is an electronic health record (EHR) and medical practice management software developed for small to mid-sized businesses. The platform is customizable for various specialties such as internal medicine practices, chiropractors, physical therapists, family medicine, podiatrists, and psychiatrists.
The core features of Practice EHR include electronic medical records, medical billing, patient scheduling, and medical billing services. These applications are available as part of one integrated suite. Electronic medical records are offered as a stand-alone feature for practices that need a simplified solution. Users can also have access to e-prescribing, lab integration, procedure workflows, narrative reports, tablet PC support, patient portals, and ONC-ATCB certification. Eligibility inquiry, claim scrubbing, and workers’ compensation claims are designed for practices that choose to utilize the medical billing application.
Practice EHR is an entirely cloud-based solution. It is accessible via mobile devices and remote desktops.
Pros of Practice EHR
- Practice EHR provides a simple integrated experience that helps practices manage tasks all in one place. It offers a seamless workflow from check-in to check-out, billing to claim submission, and scheduling to follow-up. The software works with any specialty and comes with a ready-to-use library of templates tailored to the unique needs of a single or multi-specialty practice. All templates follow specific regulatory and coding guidelines to help capture patient visits accurately.
- Practice EHR simplifies patient visits with an intuitive workflow. This EHR software reduces the time spent charting and facilitates writing notes, prescribing medications, coding encounters, and managing patients. Medical teams can have more quality time for patients and less time with their computers.
Cons of Practice EHR
- The ready-to-use library of templates are tailored to the unique needs of the single or multi-specialty practice. These templates are set up by the Practice EHR team, and some practices would prefer greater ability to edit templates on the fly. Practice EHR doesn’t provide this ability in order to ensure documentation accuracy.
Breakdown of core features
Electronic health record (EHR)
Medical teams can use a complete patient chart from a single screen with one-click access to e-prescribing and e-lab. The software has customizable specialty-specific templates. Users can complete charts with point and click-free text and voice recognition. The EHR’s Electronic Prescription equips teams with a fast, safe, and secure means for prescribing medications to patients.
Practice EHR is Surescripts certified, giving instant access to over 68,000 pharmacies nationwide. Its Lab Integration facilitates electronic lab order submissions and receipts of lab results from within the EHR. Users can create ICD-10 ready superbill from patient charts and utilize simplified encounter coding with quick access to custom code lists.
Claims can be auto-submitted and insurance eligibility can be checked directly from the EHR.
Organizations can custom schedules per provider and per location. Practice EHR’s color coding gives a quick visual indication of any available openings, and its automated appointment reminders minimize no-shows. The software also offers quick real-time eligibility checks.
This EHR supports automatic ERA retrieval with quick payment posting and unlimited auto-claim submission with a free clearinghouse. Practice EHR’s comprehensive claim scrubbing feature ensures clean claim submission for quick payments. It also has a Simplified Follow-up and Denial Management feature for claim resubmission.
Revenue cycle management
Practice EHR has an integrated clearinghouse for claim processing. It streamlines claim scrubbing, claim submission, payment posting, and adjustments. It has capabilities for the management of denials, appeals, and follow-up. The software also has features for daily/monthly/ YTD financial statements as well as patient statements.
(Last updated on 04/29/2022 by Liz Laurente-Ticong)