Do you struggle with patient data access in your EHR system? It's a common ailment: A 2018 Surescripts survey found half of physicians wished they had better insights available from their EHRs. Plus, 88 percent of respondents wanted to know if and where patients had received care elsewhere, but only 30 percent said they had an easy time finding this information.
EHR solutions are the backbone of modern orthopaedic practices. Your clinical outcomes, patient satisfaction rates, professional reputation and financial sustainability all hinge on how well your EHR can support your key workflows, such as rapid charting and integrated MRI and X-ray imaging.
The American Association of Orthopaedic Executives (AAOE) Annual Conference is coming up; April 14–17, at the Hyatt Regency Orlando in Orlando, Florida. More than 500 orthopaedic executives and their staffs will be in attendance. Will we see you there?
How up to date is your electronic health record (EHR) solution? The rapid pace of new healthcare regulations and technological innovations puts constant pressure on aging systems that weren't optimized for coordinated care, government-mandated quality guidelines and orthopaedic-specific workflows such as imaging.
Our most recent Texas client, a 6 physician, 1 PA group, stands to realize a net gain, AFTER paying for Phoenix Ortho software and 5 years of support, of over $980,000.00! Let me show you a Return on Investment (ROI) that makes Phoenix Ortho the perfect choice for your group.
Consider the following:
If I twisted my knee, or injured my shoulder, and asked you for advice on a physician to see, would you suggest to me that I go see my Primary Care Physician? Of course not! You would send me to a specialist, an orthopedic physician that has the training, experience, and know-how to properly take care of my injury and put me on the road to recovery.