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Endocrinology EHR Software Vendor Attending AACE 23rd Annual Scientific & Clinical Congress

Monday, April 28th, 2014

AACE conferenceLeading endocrinology and diabetology EHR software provider 1st Providers Choice is proud to announce they will be attending the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists’ 23rd Annual Scientific & Clinical Congress in May. The conference is being held from May 14-18 at the Paris Las Vegas Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada.

During the AACE conference, physicians will be able to attend cutting-edge seminars, participate in comprehensive training sessions, and meet with endocrinology software and product vendors, including 1st Providers Choice.

Why Physicians Choose our EHR Software for Endocrinologists

1st Providers Choice’s endocrinology EHR software integrates seamlessly with a wide range of glucose meters and medical devices, allowing physicians to have complete records for all their patients without having to do manual data entry work.

Endocrinology EHR software

1st Providers Choice also delivers a software solution that can be accessed from smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. Our EHR software for mobile devices enables physicians to:

  • Review and update patient charts on-the-go
  • Take immediate action on critical issues
  • Generate superbills with accurate coding
  • Improve interaction with patients

Additionally, our medical voice recognition software makes it easy for endocrinologists to add data to the EHR and dictate in their own words – all the while ensuring accuracy in the 98% to 99% range.

To learn more about our endocrinology EHR software, stop by Booth #320 at the AACE Annual Scientific & Clinical Congress. You can also call 480-782-1116 today to learn more about the benefits of using our EHR software for endocrinologists!

Four Fundamentals for Selecting Your Next EHR

Wednesday, December 11th, 2013

Doctor choosing EMR softwareThe selection process to find the ideal EHR software takes time, but choosing the right system can result in improved patient care, increased efficiency and reduced costs. This is why it is important to define your practice’s needs before starting your search, to research vendors thoroughly, and to understand how an EHR might benefit you in the long run. Though there are many questions you should ask yourself before you start examining your options, these four fundamentals are a good place to get started:

1. Think about what makes your practice unique.

To choose the right EHR for your practice, you first need to determine what makes it different from the average healthcare organization. Is your specialty uncommon? Does your workflow differ greatly from other clinics? Do you use an old billing system that might not be easy to integrate with a new EHR? If you take the time to think about your practice and how it operates, it will be easier for you to come up with questions to ask potential EHR partners. The more thorough your questions and research, the more likely you will be to end up with the right EHR.

2. Get to know the EHR vendor.

Researching an EHR system to ensure that it meets all of your practice’s needs is important, but you also want to make sure that you do your homework and get to know the EHR vendor. Once your electronic medical record system is installed, is the vendor going to be there to help you customize the software? Will their training and support team help make sure you make it to your “go live” date and that your staff is adequately prepared? The relationship with your vendor is ongoing, so make sure that they are people you want to work with.

3. Consider the importance of mobile-ready EHR software.

More and more doctors want to use their smartphones to connect to their EHR, yet few electronic medical record systems provide this useful capability. Whether your have the need for this feature now or think you might in the future, make sure the EHR vendor you partner with provides software that is mobile compatible. Being able to access patient records on-the-can help you respond to patient requests, view scheduled appointments, and monitor important test results for critical patients even when you are out of the office.

4. Choose an EHR that will grow with your organization.

Mobile capabilities aside, there are many other EHR features that few systems have but that are likely to be the norm in coming years. Patient portal software, for example, is gaining importance as providers prepare for Meaningful Use Stage 2. Even if you are not participating in Meaningful Use and have no plans to in the future, you will eventually want a patient portal to meet patient demands. If you don’t want to use that feature quite yet, you can always ask your EHR vendor if you have the option to add it in the future. EHRs that can be customized, that easily adapt to changes in workflow, and that can interface with other software tend to be systems that make physicians happier long-term.

Call 480-782-1116 or contact us online to learn more about our certified, mobile-ready EHR software.