OmniMD by Integrated Systems Management, Inc. is a comprehensive solution for Electronic Medical Records and Practice Management; we’ve found that since it was designed by doctors, it's especially intuitive for medical professionals to use and doesn’t require extensive amounts of training.
Medical Billing software is available standalone, or within a suite with Patient Scheduling, EMR, and Medical Accounting. Medical Billing Services are also available. The EMR application is ONC-ATCB Meaningful Use Stage 2 Certified and offers lab integration, procedure workflows, and narrative reports. Conveniently, many specialty-specific versions are available. With OmniMD, documentation, storage, and retrieval of records and documents are readily at the fingertips of providers and other appropriate practice staff members through any Internet-connected device.
We really like OmniMD’s e-prescribing functionality. It’s EHNAC EPCSCP-Prescribing certified, and Surescripts certified. Since it’s built in to the EMR application, providers can write prescriptions quickly without leaving the patient’s record.
OmniMD is Mac-compatible and offers flexible deployment options - it can be hosted in the cloud, on-site, or on premise. We typically recommend this solution to practices with up to 3 physicians in several specialties, including OB/Gyn, Cardiology, Podiatry, Urology, and Pediatrics. This is a great option for practices that are looking to outsource their billing to a 3rd party service, because Integrated Systems Management’s Billing Services clients have access to the EMR application at no charge.
Sam from ses
Specialty: Internal medicine
Very little. They did make the conversion to Icd 10 well.
They have very poor support. The interface is very glitchy and slow. Half the time data does not populate where you need it to be or save. They cannot get you ready for MU or pqrs. They basically ignore all your requests for assistance, patient statements do not work, patient portal does not work etc.
We have been with this system for awhile and we are leaving it. We have been trying to for sometime. Go with an established big name company that meets requirements and provides support.... Terrible with this group.
Serenity from khc
Staff is friendly. They were able to modify notes they way we wanted.
Software is glitchy and takes months to get issues resolved. Need to double and triple input stuff as notes don't talk to other parts of the system.
Go with the established big name companies. Far less hassle and makes the extra cost worth it. Otherwise you are paying your staff to do the EMR techs jobs instead.
Julie from B. Glenn Blair DPM
It's easy to use once you are trained on the software
Reports are difficult to understand, but we can customize them to fit our needs
This definitely would help your company be efficient and organized.
Leena from Docs Medical Practice
We have been using OmniMD since 2008. It has been a great tool for our patient care and billing.
So far, we do not have any complaints. OmniMD's team has been very responsive to our requirements.
We will highly recommend it. Our staff has been very happy and satisfied with OmniMD.
Sony from DOCS Medical Practice
It works very well for our providers, assistants, technicians, billers, and other staff. It's fully customizable.
We do not have any problems with OmniMD so far. It has been a good experience.
It is a very good system and works well for our multi-location practice.
Gracemon from DOCS Medical Practice
It's very easy to use and works for all our specialties.
We have been happy with the system. We don't have any complaints.
It works very well for our multi-location practice. It is cloud-based and can be accessed from any location
Dr. Rajeev from D.O.C.S. Medical Group
First of all, I like the people. The OmniMD people understand our needs, and whenever we call, we know exactly who we are speaking to. Another point is the level of customization OmniMD delivers. Each practice has their own needs, and OmniMD is one of the few vendors to offer a very high-level of customization to entertain the practice's requirements.
So far, there's nothing in particular we can point out at this time. We've had a wonderful experience with OmniMD and our practice has grown to a great level after adopting OmniMD EMR.
I would suggest that one should first consider the requirements of the practice, and look for a software which entertains maximum number of features as required. The second most important thing is Customer Support. Then comes cost, implementation period, level of customization, and the futuristic approach.