Accessibility: Healthcare providers can access patient information from anywhere with an internet connection, making it easier for providers to collaborate and provide timely care.
Scalability: Makes it very easy to scale to meet the changing needs of a healthcare organization, without the need for in-house IT infrastructure.
Cost-effectiveness: It is typically more cost-effective than server-based EHRs, as it does not require the investment in hardware, software, and maintenance costs.
Security: It is designed to meet the highest security standards, with multiple layers of protection in place to protect patient data.
Automatic updates and upgrades: It is automatically updated and upgraded by the vendor, reducing the need for in-house IT resources and minimizing downtime. This helps ensure that healthcare providers are using the most current and up-to-date version of the EHR system.
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Your patients deserve the best. So why continue to waste valuable time, energy, and revenue with your current EHR software? It’s time to transition to PrognoCIS EMR software.
You benefit from a customizable Electronic Health Records Software platform that automates tasks, avoids redundancy, and collects and reports data easily. Save time and resources with seamless communication between your practice and labs, radiology, pharmacies, and referring doctors. PrognoCIS Software maximizes efficiency and increases income and lets you be more responsive to the needs of your patients and your practice.
PrognoCIS software improves your medical practice’s efficiency by :
The days of keeping your practice management software and electronic medical records software separate are over. Integrating your EMR with Practice Management software is the best low-risk, cost-effective way to make your practice more profitable and efficient.
PrognoCIS EHR is fully integrated with comprehensive practice management software and provides your practice with an integrated solution that eliminates lost productivity while increasing revenue and efficiency.
Here’s how full EHR and practice management integration benefit your medical practice:
PrognoCIS is a MACRA-certified EHR product. The MACRA (Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act) transformed the Medicare EHR Incentive Program into a constituent of the latest version of MIPS (Merit-Based Incentive Payment System).
Medicare providers using PrognoCIS’s EHR product participate in the Quality Payment Program (QPP) either through an Advanced Alternative Payment Model (APM) or the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS).
PrognoCIS is on the Certified Health IT Product List and meets 49 Certification criteria and 58 Clinical Quality Measures in addition to meeting twelve Safety Enhanced Design Certification criteria.
PrognoCIS makes it easy to report on MIPS measure. No additional data entry is required for reporting on MIPS measures. You continue charting as usual. Our automated MIPS reporting and tracking system keeps you earning the most in positive adjustments.
Key benefits of MACRA-certified PrognoCIS EHR include:
A customized EHR solution helps you meet the goals and requirements of your practice, including medical billing, practice management, and EHR solutions. PrognoCIS streamlines work throughout the practice to save you time and money.
An agile EHR platform with specialty-specific functions simplifies your work, reduces the risk of errors, and makes your practice more proficient, regardless of your specialty. Your staff becomes more engaged and experiences fewer disruptions to workflow, which means less interruption to your practice and revenue streams.
PrognoCIS EHR offers a Telemedicine solution that integrates seamlessly with our EMR software and is designed to keep your practice running smoothly. This interoperability provides faster and more accurate diagnoses, improved efficiency in care coordination, quicker treatment, and more.
The main components of the package include:
Until March 2020, Medicare could only pay clinicians for telehealth services, such as routine visits in certain circumstances. For example, the beneficiary getting the services must live in a rural area and travel to a local medical facility to get telehealth services from a doctor in a remote location. In addition, the beneficiary generally could not get telehealth services in their home.Under Section 1135 waiver expansion, a range of providers, such as doctors, nurse practitioners, clinical psychologists, and licensed clinical social workers, were allowed to offer a specific set of telehealth services. The specific set of services beneficiaries can get include evaluation and management visits (common office visits), mental health counseling, and preventive health screenings.
Beneficiaries can get telehealth services in any health care facility including a physician’s office, hospital, nursing home or rural health clinic, as well as from their homes. This change has broadened telehealth flexibility without regard to the beneficiary’s diagnosis and helps prevent vulnerable beneficiaries from unnecessarily entering a health care facility when clinicians can meet their needs remotely.
Nurse practitioners (NPs)
Physician assistants (PAs)
Clinical nurse specialists (CNSs)
Certified registered nurse anesthetists
Clinical psychologists (CPs) and clinical social workers (CSWs)
CPs and CSWs cannot bill Medicare for psychiatric diagnostic interview examinations with medical services or medical evaluation and management services. They cannot bill or get paid for Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes 90792, 90833, 90836, and 90838.
Registered dietitians or nutrition professional
With electronic prescribing, or e-Prescribing, providers enter prescription information into a device such as a tablet, laptop, or desktop computer – and securely transmit data to pharmacies using a software program and connectivity to a transmission network. When a pharmacy receives a request, it fills the medication right away.
Key benefits of our e-Prescription solution include:
Medication Management for Adherence
Medication Management for Adherence from Surescripts is integrated into PrognoCIS EHR. Surescripts analyzes prescription usage data from Pharmacy Benefit Managers (PBMs) and funnels relevant information into PrognoCIS. This information empowers physicians to improve adherence by arming them with timely and targeted information.
Our patient-friendly, fully-integrated patient portal provides patients with a secure platform needed to become active partners in their healthcare management. With the integrated patient portal, patients have access to customizable features, including patient records, patient charts, lab results, and more.
RevenueXL’s Referral Management Service’s industry-leading integrated data solution ensures continuity of value-based quality of care through efficient optimization, streamlining, and management of your referred patients.
Key benefits of our patient portal
Key benefits of referring physician portal
Reduce lost revenue from missed appointments and late arrivals by providing your patients with a way to communicate with your office for tasks such as online appointment scheduling. Patients can receive important reminders through multiple media sources, including phone, text message, and email.
Patient Appointment Scheduler
Medical scheduling software is a specific type of software that automates the patient scheduling process for medical offices. This software provides a tool for coordinating provider calendars and patient appointment requests and for confirming available time slots.
Provides patients the option of scheduling appointments with their preferred method of communication):
Patient Appointment Reminders
Our appointment reminder service uses a text messaging mechanism and allows medical staff to send “appointment reminder” text messages to patients.
If you’re considering switching EHR systems, the full-featured systems from RevenueXL focus on the needs of small- to medium-sized practices with affordable cloud-based EHR solutions. You can deploy this system straight out of the box or customize it to your precise needs.
While there is more to replacing your EHR system than installation, RevenueXL helps make EHR transitions easy and successful. Here’s a brief look at how we’ll help you:
We’ll communicate with you regularly to make sure implementation is smooth and worry-free.
Contact us today to discuss your practice needs and schedule a live demo. Discover how our agile EHRs can benefit your practice.
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Cloud-based EHRs and server-based EHRs are both electronic health record systems that store and manage patient information, but there are several key differences between the two:
Accessibility: Cloud-based EHRs allow healthcare providers to access patient information from anywhere with an internet connection, while server-based EHRs require a direct connection to the server where the EHR is stored.
Cost: Cloud-based EHRs typically have lower upfront costs and are more cost-effective in the long term, as they don't require investments in hardware, software, and maintenance costs. Server-based EHRs, on the other hand, require a significant investment in hardware, software, and support, and ongoing maintenance costs can be high.
Scalability: Cloud-based EHRs can easily scale to meet the changing needs of a healthcare organization, without the need for in-house IT infrastructure. Server-based EHRs can be more difficult to scale, as adding new users or services often requires additional hardware and software investments.
Updates and upgrades: Cloud-based EHRs are automatically updated and upgraded by the vendor, reducing the need for in-house IT resources and minimizing downtime. Server-based EHRs require manual updates and upgrades, which can be time-consuming and disrupt workflows.
Security: Both cloud-based EHRs and server-based EHRs can be secure, but cloud-based systems are designed to meet the highest security standards, with multiple layers of protection in place to protect patient data. Server-based EHRs are subject to security threats such as hacking and data breaches, and the responsibility for security lies with the healthcare organization.
Overall, cloud-based EHRs offer a flexible, cost-effective, and secure solution for healthcare organizations looking to modernize their health information systems, while server-based EHRs are typically better suited for larger healthcare organizations with dedicated IT resources.
The cost of implementing cloud EHR is directly dependent on the number of providers, medical specialty and the features included. While some Cloud EHR vendors charge on the basis of number of providers (other non-providers do not incur any cost), others price their EHR on a ‘per user per month’ model or on the basis of per encounter. Cloud EHRs for some specialties like mental or behavioral health or chiropractic typically cost less than what it would cost for other specialties.
Cloud based EHRs are less expensive than on-premise or client server based EHR solutions because they do not require any upfront license cost and also do not need any investment in servers or databases that on-premise systems require.
To get a comprehensive list of what goes into cloud EHR cost, read more here.
To support the implementation of a cloud-based EHR in a practice, the following network infrastructure is typically required:
High-speed internet connection: A high-speed internet connection is necessary to support the transfer of large amounts of data, including patient information, images, and other digital files. This connection should be reliable and have sufficient bandwidth to support multiple users accessing the EHR system simultaneously.
Firewall: A firewall is necessary to protect the practice's network from cyber threats and unauthorized access. The firewall should be properly configured and updated regularly to ensure that it remains effective in protecting the network.
Network switches and routers: Network switches and routers are necessary to route network traffic and ensure that the practice's network is properly segmented.
End-point protection: End-point protection, such as anti-virus software and intrusion detection systems, should be installed on all devices that access the EHR system to protect the network from malware and other cyber threats.
Backup and disaster recovery: The practice should have a robust backup and disaster recovery plan in place to ensure that patient information is protected in the event of a network failure or other disaster.
Overall, it is important for a practice to have a reliable and secure network infrastructure to support the implementation of a cloud-based EHR. Working with a trusted vendor or IT consultant can help ensure that the necessary infrastructure is in place and properly configured.
How do you know if it's time to implement a new or upgrade to cloud based EHR solutions?
Customizable workflow,templates, and content created for your specialty
Two service options to ensure your MU attestations are smooth and hassle-free
Easily share lab results, appointment reminders, statements, and prescriptions with patients
Patients can complete secure credit card transactions from the comfort of their homes
RCM services process statements and handle claims while you connect with patients
Designed for specialty, from Allergy to Urology
Quickly prescribe or refill prescriptions and send straight to the patient’s preferred pharmacy
Surescripts feature allows you to monitor patient prescription usage and medication adherence
Friendly, knowledgeable 24/7 support staff available via support ticket, phone, email, or chat
Quickly enroll your practice with 3rd-party payers and begin seeing patients
Electronically sign documents within EMR or patient portal with HIPAA-compliant e-signature feature
HL-7 interfacing and CCHIT & ONC-ATCB-certiﬁed, conforming to critical security and functionality measures
Communicate with practice & labs, radiology, pharmacies, & referring doctors
Convenient with iPhone & iPad