digiChart is a women’s health practice software solution offering tools, services and education for women’s health care. digiChart offers a specialty electronic health records (EHR), clinically-driven medical billing, and analytics developed from decades of experience with thousands of practitioners. Built for OB/GYNs by OB/GYNs, the system helps with workflow management and documentation.
digiChart’s EHR offers multiple features for care delivery. Unlimited, customizable treatment plans cover most women’s health issues, and the Electronic ACOG-compliant Antepartum Record incorporates visit details ensuring providers have snapshots in one document at the time of delivery. Plus, the interactive OB Flowsheet is a single-screen workspace that follows patients throughout their pregnancies.
Comprehensive, clinically-driven medical billing goes beyond traditional services and is staffed by certified OB/GYN and ICD-10 coders resulting in optimal reimbursement for the work performed in the practice.
nina from private health
Specialty: Internal medicine
Employees number: 201-500 employees
Easy to learn, and very cost friendly. Please with overall use.
cost and ease of use
Basim from Bardstwon Women's healthcare
Specialty: Ob Gyn / women's health
Employees number: 1 employee
The attractive features of the system is that it was designed by Ob/Gyn's for Ob/GYN's. Initially the system worked well.
Very slow. Every time there is upgrade the system goes out of wack for a long time. It seems like the system administrators are overwhelmed by the government's new rules and regulations.
Have at least 3-4 different systems demonstrations. Don't get fooled because it is OB/GYN specific. I have a feeling that the companies overwhelmed and they cant keep up with all the changes in healthcare rules.
Anthony from Valdosta Womens Health Center
Specialty: Ob Gyn / women's health
Employees number: 11 to 20 employees
Valdosta Women’s Health Center, PC is a busy two-physician practice that was established in 1993. Management decided to implement an EMR in 2005 and a full time Microsoft Certified technician was hired to research and launch the EMR. A server-based EMR was purchased and installed, and chaos resulted. The EMR (Not digiChart) was immature and template-driven, and it had issues revery day that required contacting the vendor for support. The so-called technical support involved submitting a trouble ticket email that took up to 14 days allowed to correct. It took 24 clicks of the mouse for the physicians to sign off on a normal pap smear. Updates were offered at more cost. Our IT guy quit in despair. Management decided to abandon the old EMR and migrate to digiChart in 2007. The migration was painless and quick. We have never looked back. digiChart was designed by OB-GYNs for OB-GYNs, not by computer geeks. It is intuitive. Support personnel are friendly and quick to respond via a telephone call or email. User meetings attended were very helpful. The physicians love digiChart, and two other local OB-GYNs also moved their EMR to digiChart after seeing digiChart in action at the hospital. The antepartum record is instantly recognized nationwide, and several physicians have called our office to ask which EMR we use to produce the ACOG formatted antepartum record. digiChart is not perfect; nothing is. digiChart has grown and experienced growing pains. One episode involved slowness of operation that was challenging, but it's now corrected. You get what you expect, and the providers at VWHC expect digiChart to run smooth and quick - and digiChart meets or exceeds expectations nearly every time.
Upgrades are tough. But, it appears as though digiChart is following the MU lead, which is a challenge in and of itself
Check around. Use an EMR that was designed by physicians, not computer guys.