EMRs don’t exist in a vacuum: their usefulness is dependent upon optimal integration within the medical practice. Because each organization and specialty has its own unique demands which exist outside the parameters of basic EMRs, the ability to customize continues to be one of the most important features. This is particularly applicable in the field of otolaryngology where the right kind of workflow can vastly enhance productivity and profitability while the wrong kind can be a significant impediment to quality of care. There are many available EMR choices today, and identifying the one that will best meet the needs of your patients, equipment, procedures and other factors can be a challenge. Here are some things to look for when deciding on the best ENT EMR software for your otolaryngology practice.Read More
Clinical, Financial and Administrative Insights For Physicians
As the use of electronic medical records expands and is made available in more specialized fields, like Otolaryngology EMR software, we are finding more and more that digital technology has few limitations in what we can do with patients. We’re also finding that previous mechanical limitations and methods for storage are becoming less of a barrier thanks to affordable storage solution, increased bandwidth and more stable hardware for servers.