MacPractice to Showcase MacPractice 5, MacPractice EHR/iEHR at Macworld

MacPractice 5 to be submitted for 2014 CEHRT certification March/April 2014.

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Lincoln, NE (PRWEB) March 27, 2014

MacPractice will preview MacPractice MD, DC, 20/20 and DDS 5 at Macworld/iWorld in San Francisco March 27-29 in Booth 431. MacPractice 5, which offers a new MacPractice EHR Ability, interoperates with MacPractice’s iEHR, Clipboard and Patient Check In apps for iPad, and features ICD-10 code mapping with ICD-9 and SNOMED, an updated PHI Patient Portal, and secure messaging.

With 30 years of Mac experience, 30,000 MacPractice users in 4000 practices, 120 corporate staff in their recently expanded 30,000 square foot facility, and 40 full time MacPractice Practice Consultants in the field, MacPractice is the leading Apple developer of OS X and iOS native software for doctors who prefer to use Macs, iPads, and iPhones.

“MacPractice 5 represents a leap forward for all doctors who prefer the reliability and ease of use of Macs in their offices with the support of a well established US vendor. MacPractice 5 is also the software for OS X and iOS that makes Macs relevant for US physicians, dentists, chiropractors and eye care professionals who wish to qualify for 2014 government incentives for the adoption and Meaningful Use of electronic health records,” said MacPractice’s CEO Mark Hollis.

“Although MacPractice clients include practices and clinics with 50 or more users, we design our software to support private practices with just one doctor or a few doctors. Smaller practices can’t afford the IT costs commonly associated with PC solutions. MacPractice does not require a dedicated server for less than 25 simultaneous users. It does not require a “server” operating system. When the Internet is down or slow, MacPractice is ‘up and running.’ Most practices using MacPractice do not retain outside IT services. Many small practices report paying $300-$500 annually for on site service versus the $8,000-$15,000 they used to spend for the PC system MacPractice replaced. We’d like to think that we are contributing to the sustainability and viability of the private practice of medicine in the US.”

With MacPractice EHR/iEHR, clinicians can begin recording the patient’s visit on the iPad and finish on their Mac, or vice versa, giving them the best of both worlds. There are 15,000 providers who use MacPractice EMR, which was introduced in 2007. MacPractice also plans to upgrade MacPractice EMR for ICD-10 and prepare it for certification in the 2nd quarter of 2014 allowing EMR users a choice to continue their use of MacPractice EMR to migrate to MacPractice EHR/iEHR.

MacPractice invites those who can’t make it to Macworld/iWorld to register at MacPractice.com to view demo videos of all of MacPractice’s products or participate in a webinar. Local representation, training and installation is available in the US, UK and Australia. MacPractice products are used in 29 countries. MacPractice is developed and supported in Lincoln, NE, USA.

About MacPractice: MacPractice, Inc. is a client centric practice management and clinical software development firm, comprised of highly experienced and caring individuals, dedicated to the development and support of best-of-class Macintosh software, hardware, and associated services for physicians, dentists, and chiropractors.


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