Forms are an integral part of any practice. Building the forms needed to capture data is one of the things that need to be done. Give us a paper form and we recreate it electronically. We can add magical features that assist in filling out the form. Storing data and magically bringing it back to add to it is paramount!
Features are things that don't come in the program natively. Like having the program to open multiple tabs at once. Or a payment system that allows the processing of bulk credit card charges. Or building an office note that dynamically fills in data and populates new forms with previously entered data.
The landscape of medical documentation is an ever-changing one. Staying on top of changes and alerts is apart of my service to your office.
What's In It For You
The money that is spent on building a custom EHR is not wasted. It adds lasting value to the practice. Your practice has a unique asset that can grow in value over time. If the software is adequately maintained. It will equip your business for peak revenues.
is a plastic surgeon in Tx. He wanted to run the software himself but wanted a professional advisor (Me) to call when he got stuck. He only pays for what he needs from me. Partner for 1.5yrs
His practice is ever-changing because of regulations. He likes the fact that he can call me up and say we need to add ... or we need to change ... so that their documentation keeps pace with regulations. For this reason, he has passed many insurance audits being an Anesthesiologist Pain Clinic. 7yrs
They brought me on board because they needed an expert to build what they couldn't get from Practice Fusion. The ability to change the program as the needs of the students they are training for future jobs change is a major asset to GMU. They have the ability to change and grow the EHR on demand. That is real power.
Bahmni, an open-source Electronic Medical Record (EMR) governed by the Bahmni Coalition, was added to the Digital Public Goods Alliance's DPG Registry. ThoughtWorks, a global software consultancy is part of the Bahmni Coalition's core governing committee and was instrumental in conceiving and building Bahmni during its early years.