Product Quick Facts
PracticeStudioX11 specializes in providing electronic health record (EHR) solutions for family practitioners and specialty medical practices. It is designed for use by physicians in Family Medicine, Cardiology, Chiropractic, Dermatology, Urgent Care, and Internal Medicine specialties.. PracticeStudioX11’s EHR program provides small and large medical practices with the tools needed to improve workflows, patient care, and documentation accuracy while working toward completing Meaningful Use requirements.
PracticeStudioX11 combines document management, e-Prescribing, and patient flow management features that help physicians and support staff increase practice-wide efficiency. Within PracticeStudioX11, staff can follow patient activity throughout the visit and use this information to further streamline operational procedures. The product’s documentation and chart management functions include numerous custom templates allowing individual providers to tailor the program to their preferences. PracticeStudioX11’s integrated lab management function allows physicians to view lab orders, results, and tasks from a single location. Unlike many other programs, this solution includes complementary access to IT support and installation assistance. PracticeStudioX11 is designed for use by physicians in Family Medicine, Cardiology, Chiropractic, Dermatology, Urgent Care, and Internal Medicine specialties.
This software has helped numerous medical practices increase revenue, productivity and treatment accuracy. One of the company’s earlier customers, an unnamed urgent care center, was struggling to find an electronic health record system that was fast, flexible, and easy-to-use. After launching PracticeStudioX11 within the clinic, this client was able to improve practice efficiency by reducing time spent searching for, accessing, and documenting patient records in a paper-based system.
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(Last updated on 03/21/2016 by Jonathan Darcy)