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4 Ways to Tell if Your EHR/Billing System is a Teen or an Adult

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EHR/Billing System is a Teen or an Adult GuideEHR/Billing technology has matured rapidly, but may have skipped some key areas of development in your practice.

Many EHR and billing systems sprang up and matured quickly in the high growth of healthcare technology over the past 20 years. But not all grew up to be equally capable, creating frustrations for many practice administrators, physicians and billing managers. If your EHR/billing system sometimes acts like an unruly teen, you may be behind the technology maturity curve. How do you know? These four key measures will tell you if your system is mature and at the leading edge, or lagging behind.


Topic: EMR/EHR, Medical Billing | Content Type: eGuide

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“With the new scheduler and EHR, we get a lot of the information up front, so when the patient comes in, unless they have something changed insurance-wise they’re already verified and ready to be taken back right away, it also makes it much easier for billing.”

Nancy Sutter
Office manager

“If we are waiting for a delivery or in between surgeries, we can log in, check messages or patient information and send electronic prescriptions as needed. Mobility is a good thing, and certainly being able to coordinate care with our patients from multiple locations is definitely a plus.”

Lisbeth Chang, MD
Sunrise Women’s Medical Group

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“The doctor who is not using AdvancedMD right now, is wasting his time.”

Armando Diez
Owner – Florida Pro Health

“[Our] patients are very well-educated and well-informed, and they want to see results quickly. The practice has to run extremely efficiently and be accessible to them. The nice thing about [AdvancedMD] is it has allowed me to be more efficient both in and out of the office. Now I don’t have to come back into the office, which is great for my family and everything else. It saves me a lot of time – probably an hour a day on the three days I work in the second office.”

Keith Berkowitz, MD
Center for Balanced Health

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