Archive for May, 2013

Is Your EMR Being Forced Out?

Tuesday, May 21st, 2013

As the use of Electronic Health Records has reached a tipping point, many EHR vendors and their users are faced with the reality that a company is no longer financially sustainable. As a result, physicians may have too seek a new EHR system to replacce their old one.

Or do they?

If  “abandoned system” users are willing to pay $50 per month, they can likely not only keep the system alive, but make it thrive, keep updated with MU2/MU3, ICD-9 and other unforeseen changes in reporting regulations.

Also, If a practice has decided they can no longer stomach the HIT market
risk from unstable vendors, they can be provided their own PM and/or EMR. That’s right, they own it. A very affordable upfront cost, a system that works how they want it too.

Gone can be the model of ongoing SaaS fees. And, as a SaaS solution, customers can benefit from receiving INCREMENTAL REVENUE for their practice via a patented content delivery solution…Imagine communicating with every phycician and patient/consumer in the US on a targeted, granular level. Talk about ROI on, well, minimal ROI!

The result is an entire network of existing users on different systems with minimal disruption on their end.

For more information and immediate consideration, email us info@theEHRCompany.com or visit www.EHRCompanyNetwork.com