What is your biggest fear? Statistically, the most common fears in America include spiders, confined spaces, and heights. While these might all be tangible things, a common fear that most people refuse to admit to having is the fear of change. Although there’s increasing pressure from government regulations to adopt EHR software, many practices still think that paper practices are the way to go.
If you are still running a paper practice, you might be reluctant to switch to an EHR simply because you are so used to the current processes in place, you are afraid to change things up. However, did you know that you could be causing your practice’s revenue by coding inaccurately and not providing the best possible care for your patients?
Do You Fear Getting a New EHR Software?
You probably already have a smart phone and use computers daily. So why not start using technology in your practice? We've got a list of ways a certified EHR system is going to help your practice.
Provide better patient care
EHRs reduce the risk of medical errors and increase the accuracy of your diagnoses with the help of the clinical decision support tool that comes with most EHRs. It notifies you of implausible values and ensures that the errors are corrected before you complete the exam. Certified EHRs improve care coordination within the healthcare industry by allowing you to exchange information with doctors from other practices. And if your EHR has a patient portal, you’ll be engaging your patients with information about their health by sending them their assessment, treatment options, and educational material online.Read More