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RevenueXL's Neurology EMR : Implementing it is as easy as 1-2-3

Posted by Alok Prasad


According to MedCityNews, EMR software represents "one of the best investment instruments for healthcare providers due to its far-reaching ability to eliminate expensive paperwork, streamline time-consuming administrative hassles and dramatically improve patient care". Because of the complex nature of neurological disorders and diseases treated by specialized medical professionals who oversee neurology practices, RevenueXL has meticulously reviewed and assessed the operational requirements of neurology practices and developed an easy-to-use Neurology EMR software exclusively for them.

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Best Neurology EHR, EMR: Top 6 Features for Neurologists

Posted by Shreya Iyer

Neurology EHR

As a Neurologist, you have specific needs, and it's important for you to use Neurology EHR software that has been designed with Neurology specialty in mind and one that will enhance your practice so that you can meet those needs. Whether you are implementing your first Neurology-specific EHR or you are looking to replace your existing EHR for Neurology, consider the following features in order to provide your patients with excellent care. 

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Top 7 Reasons for Neurologists to Implement Neurology specific EMR

Posted by Aparna Prasad

Neurology Specific EMR

A Neurology practice relies heavily on visual data in order to provide the proper care and treatment to patients. As a Neurologist, you depend on the results of tests like the MRI, CAT scan and EEG in order to assist you in giving your patients the proper diagnoses.   Those Neurologists who have implemented Neurology EMR into their practices are discovering essential tools to treat their patients with a higher level of care.

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Simple Guide to Choosing the Best Neurology EMR Software - It's Not Brain Surgery

Posted by Aparna Prasad

Neurology EMR

As a neurologist, the work you do is largely visual, using electronic imaging such as CAT scans, MRI's, EEG's and sleep studies to monitor the activity of the brain, central and peripheral nervous system.  It makes sense to pair your electronic imaging with electronic medical records.  The data and imaging systems you use have grown to become highly accurate, and are the foundation of delivering quality care to your patients.

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