AllMeds is an Electronic Health Record (EHR), Practice Management (PM) and Revenue Cycle Management (RCM)/Billing & Collection Service. It was designed by specialty physicians for specialty practices of all kinds. AllMeds was created to help physicians achieve low-cost operational excellence. It’s the EHR with the highest success rate in the industry.
Originally, it was designed for surgical specialties such as otolaryngology, pain management, orthopedics, and neurosurgery – although any type of specialty practice will benefit from using it. Customers achieve rapid implementation periods, higher adoption rates, real returns on investment, and greater rates of success.
AllMeds is HIPAA compliant and includes:
Any specialty can benefit from using AllMeds, including:
With AllMeds, you can automate both your clinical and administrative functions. It also assists with MACRA/MIPS participation. It features exclusive specialty libraries, scanning solutions, an online portal and interactive dashboards.
AllMeds’ solutions are available both on-premise or in cloud-based models. You can use it on Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Mac OS, and Web browsers (OS agnostic).
AllMed’s solutions can be used individually or as a fully-integrated system. Some of the components you might select include:
AllMeds has a higher customer retention rate than other EHR vendors. One reason is the large clinical library that comes with the solution. This reduces the amount of documentation and labor required. Many other EHRs overlook this, and according to a HIMSS study, this is why EHR systems fail.
According to AllMeds:
“There’s no specialty solution on the market that offers more comprehensive and complete clinical libraries than AllMeds EHR…The creation of a truly effective specialty library can require up to 400 hours of physician labor (or thousands of dollars of consulting time). Oftentimes, EHRs that only provide the bare necessities meet with never-ending implementation efforts or outright failure. Unfortunately, many practices only find out too late that what their vendor called a ‘specialty library’ is really a small collection of templates (easily camouflaged in demos) or a purchase order worth thousands of dollars more to a consultant.”
You can still customize your data with AllMeds, but you’ll spend less time doing so. This leaves you more time for your patients.
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