As a physician, I have insisted that our consulting services remain free to physicians. I have maintained that position for each of the 20,000 practices that we have reviewed over the last 10 years - Eric Fishman, MD, founder EMRConsultant.com
(PRWEB) October 23, 2014
Palm Beach Gardens, FL: EMRConsultant.com, a division of EHR Scope, LLC, announced today that they have successfully made medical billing and EMR recommendations to 20,000 clients. Since 2004, EMRConsultant.com has reviewed the features and functionality of so many Electronic Medical Records (EMRs) / Electronic Health Records (EHRs) and Medical Revenue Cycle Management companies that it is unlikely that any one practice could duplicate their efforts on Healthcare Information Technology research. By utilizing their services, physicians receive an abundance of knowledge about which EMRs are most appropriate for the practice.
Health information technology is constantly changing; attestation, interoperability, and meaningful use have become increasingly common topics and concerns. With increasing regulations, deadlines approaching, ICD-10, and a multitude of systems to compare, it helps having someone advocate for practices' software solutions. Selecting the proper medical billing system is becoming increasingly important, as the proper medical billing company can be the difference between a successful practice and a failure.
Analysts use proprietary technology, a comprehensive healthcare technology database, and personal experience working with similar practices/facilities to select the best-qualified recommendations that meet the practice's specific needs. EMRConsultant.com has the most comprehensive EMR/EHR database and has analyzed the functionality of hundreds of EMR vendors and compiled all of their information into a single database. As a result, EMR recommendations are cross-referenced extensively – using over 100,00 data points.
"In order to improve the quality and lower the cost of healthcare, physicians must become educated in healthcare information technology. Unfortunately, HIT is extremely complex and until now there was no single location that provided a comprehensive set of information for practicing physicians, office administrators, and CIOs." says Eric Fishman, MD, founder of EMRConsultant.com and EHR Scope, LLC.
Services include free consultations for healthcare technology needs, an extensive community forum, as well as a plethora of self-service educational materials that are available at no charge 24 hours a day, seven days a week at http://www.emrconsultant.com/.