Accelerate EMR Processes

A lot of practices end up choosing an EMR that’s not from their existing PM vendor, and they don’t want to spend the money to buy an entirely new PM System; I think that makes a lot of sense. When Vendor A wants you to buy their PM System, and Vendor B wants you to buy their EMR, we can be like Switzerland. We can sit in the middle, receive charges from your EMR, pass it to your PM System, and, if you ever need to make a change with either your EMR or PM System, we will work with that new vendor as well.


Until a Utopian EMR

Our concept is: save time and save money within the practice. That’s what we’re going to do and that’s what we’re going to continue to do until the ultimate EMR arrives that serves every need for our client base.


Options when choosing EMR or PM Systems

Bridging the gap between EMR technology and PM technology is very important. There are at least two different major approaches that practices take. One would be an integrated EMR and PM System. In that environment, one of the positives is you’re dealing with one vendor on both sides of the equation and theoretically, you’ve got a real solid interface between the two.


Interfacing with EMR or PM Systems

This is really a difficult time in healthcare to try to balance the present with the future. How do you make good decisions today from a technology perspective that will pay dividends and reward you in the future? One of the ways we can help that is really by protecting the investment that you may have in existing technology


Healthcare Technology Planning

It is a very difficult and trying time in healthcare today for both the business and the clinical leadership of a practice to try to navigate themselves from where they are today to where they want to be in the future. It’s really kind of a perilous type of proposition.


Looming ICD-10

We’re really excited about how we can fill the gap from where the EMR is today to where the ideal EMR is in the future.

 


EMR Gap

We’ve seen several different gaps that exist between EMR as it stands today and the ideal EMR that we see the marketplace asking for. Some of the meaningful use requirements are changing over time.


What White Plume?

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It actually comes from the last line of the play Cyrano de Bergerac, a play I always enjoyed in my childhood. One of the key issues with Cyrano was that he was a man of great integrity, he believed in what he was doing.