EHR Managed Services, a New Way to Keep Patient Charts Healthy

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DataTrade Solutions Inc. introduces a new comprehensive package which includes complete support, application upgrades, and scheduled job monitoring.

As more and more health care practices take the steps towards implementing Electronic Health Records (EHR), cost is the foremost concern when the time comes to make the big switch. An apprehensive work staff, ever-advancing technology, and the maintenance of the system are just a few concerns the office administrator has to consider when moving their practice onto a new operating platform and these issues all equal money and time which the practice may not have.

Thus, DataTrade Solutions has come up with a package plan that will make those problems go away for administration and IT staff. With the EHR Managed Services package a practice can now have the luxury of saying that it’s not their problem when continuously ignoring the EHR’s upgrade and maintenance reminders. Included in the package comes top-notch support with new flash fixes and patches, medication and allergy updates, application upgrades, and scheduled job monitoring, but what really sets DataTrade Solutions apart is their unlimited template customization.

Industry standards could have a practice paying well over $200 per hour when it comes time to run storage backup audits or completing the application’s upgrade process, and when the lightning strike of emergency hits an unprotected office, they may find that issue unresolved for weeks before their system is running proficiently again. DataTrade's EHR Managed Services is a package that is in most cases half the price while offering services that are rare if not impossible to find anywhere else, not to mention, same day emergency service.

DataTrade Solutions continues to push industry standards in a direction that will ease an administrators worries by providing an arsenal of services in a package that will benefit the practice and improve patient care.


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