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7 Signs Your Cardiology Practice Should Replace Its Cardiology EMR

Posted by Alok Prasad

Does your Cardiology Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system still meet your cardiology practice's needs? If not, you're not alone. According to Healthcare IT News, about one-fourth of medical practices want to replace their EMR systems. If you're a little (or a lot) frustrated with your Cardiology EMR software, you have three options:

  1. Update: Make sure you have the latest operating and informational enhancements for your existing system, including bug patches and revisions to ICD-9 codes and drug lists.
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Cardiology EHR Selection Checklist for Small Practices

Posted by Alok Prasad

Cardiology EHR Software

Software developers have been working hard the past couple of years to be ready for the heightened interest in EMR/EHR systems. The initial focus was on "generic" systems that could work in various practices. Basic functionality isn't always enough to impress medical offices – especially medical specialists such as cardiologists. The Certification Commission for Health Information Technology, a nonprofit group that vets EHR systems for compliance with performance standards, has also noted that a one-size-fits-all approach to electronic health records does medical practices a disservice.

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Crucial Features of a Cardiology EHR

Posted by Alok Prasad

Choosing the right Cardiology EMR (electronic medical records) solution for your practice will pay dividends in time and money saved on the crucial task of keeping track of accurate clinical information. It's one of the most important investments you'll make in your future success, and wading through all the choices can be complex. Let's simplifiy the process by taking a look at the essential features and useful add-ons you should consider:

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Top 7 Reasons for Cardiologists to Implement Cardiology specific EHR

Posted by Alok Prasad

Cardiology Specific EHR

Many Cardiologists have yet to implement a Cardiology specific EHR in their practices because of the fear of the EMR slowing them down in their busy practices.  However, there have been excellent advances in specialty EHR.  Cardiologists are able to raise the level of care they provide because  Cardiology EHR is designed with the varying needs of the patients in mind.  

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Top 7 Cardiology EMR Software Features to Guide Your Investment

Posted by Aparna Prasad

Medical Software for Cardiology Practices

The general attraction of EMR and EHR solutions for a practice is three fold; Automation, Accounting Integration and Customization.  Overall, these systems are designed to streamline the management of your practice to provide more efficient patient care, improved record-keeping (and data sharing), faster turn-around on billing and a customizable solution that makes it fit into any practice with little more than hands-on time and personalization.

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