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Last updated: October 7, 2014

Top 10 Most Reviewed Pain Management Electronic Medical Records Systems

 
MediTouch EHR Electronic Health Record Software MediTouch EHR is used in all specialties, including pain management, and features native iPad support and an intuitive user interface. It's fully cloud-based for easy access. ONC-ATCB certified; best for small practices.
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PrognoCIS by Bizmatics Bizmatics' EMR solution PrognoCIS offers customer templates for pain management clinics. This include areas for documenting the location of pain on the body and step-by-step pre and post surgery instructions.
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Benchmark Systems Benchmark Systems' ONC-ATCB and CCHIT-certified EMR features specialty-specific functionality and workflows. A great solution for managing small pain management practices, both on-premise and web-based deployment.
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Kareo Kareo is an affordable and intuitive software solution, great for a wide variety of medical specialties, including pain management. Recommended for small and mid-sized practices.
        150 Reviews
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2014 WRS Health WRS Health is a cloud-based EHR developed by a physician. Best suited for small to medium-sized practices, this solution includes applications for e-prescribing, image management, billing and scheduling.
        102 Reviews
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Centricity Centricity is GE Healthcare’s EHR solution with robust functionality for pain management practices. It features integration with other IT systems, including medical devices and imaging, as well as powerful outcomes reporting.
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ECLIPSE ECLIPSE is an ONC-ATCB certified EMR, billing and scheduling system designed for pain management practices of any size. It has an extensive list of features including ePrescribing, image/x-ray store, SOAP notes and more.
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ADP AdvancedMD EHR and Practice Management Software AdvancedMD's EMR offers customizable pain management templates with support for tablet PCs, voice recognition, and desktop PCs. Includes features for medication and injection management with drug contraindications.
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Praxis EMR Praxis EMR offers a fully customizable solution for pain management, utilizing an artificial intelligence engine that learns and adapts to users' charting preferences. We recommend Praxis for small and mid-sized practices.
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Greenway PrimeSUITE Greenway's ONC-ATCB certified EMR supports the needs of most specialists, including pain management and related specialties such as sports medicine. The ONC-ATCB certified EMR can be web-based or installed on-premise.
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Buyer's Guide

This market share report for pain management EHRs was created from data reported by healthcare providers to the U.S. Government as attestation for meaningful use.

Notes on Methodology

Five hundred and sixty-five of the 121,441 attestations in the data set reported to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) were used to compile this report. Of those, 426 attested under the Interventional Pain Management specialty, and 139 under Pain Management. Click here for the data set in a spreadsheet format.

Of course, meaningful use attestations are not the same thing as market share. However, we suspect it correlates strongly and is thus directionally accurate. Moreover, it provides valuable insights for pain management specialists who are in the market for an EHR.

Pain Management EHR Software Market Share


Market Share Analysis

As a small niche specialty, there aren’t any EHR vendors that focus exclusively on pain management. And since the larger vendors don’t appear to be targeting this area either, the market for pain management EHRs is fairly evenly spread.

The number one product, EpicCare, leads with only 11.2 percent of the total market. Seven vendors have 5 percent market share or greater, 13 vendors have 2 percent market share or greater and 21 vendors have 1 percent market share or greater—meaning that out of 74 total vendors, over one-quarter (28.4 percent) have greater than 1 percent market share.

VendorAttestationsPercent of Attestations
Epic Systems Corporation 63 11.20%
Allscripts 52 9.20%
GE Healthcare 43 7.60%
eClinicalWorks LLC 41 7.30%
NextGen Healthcare 34 6.00%
AllMeds, Inc. 31 5.50%
Practice Fusion 30 5.30%
e-MDs, Inc. 24 4.20%
athenahealth, Inc 24 4.20%
Greenway Medical Technologies, Inc. 24 4.20%
BizMatics Inc 17 3.00%
Meditab Software, Inc. 16 2.80%
Community Computer Service, Inc. 12 2.10%

Out of 565 providers who attested for meaningful use, 96.4 percent were using complete EHRs. The remainder used a modular product, which contains some component of an EHR (for instance, ePrescribing) but is not a full suite.

Although pain management is no doubt used in hospitals and hospices to a much greater degree than ambulatory settings, ambulatory providers accounted for 97.3 percent of attestations with this data. We suspect this is because most in-patient pain management specialists are part of a larger hospital system, which is using a general EHR and not one specific to their practice. We did note that Florida led the country in pain management purchases—presumably a hot market for this specialty, given the age of the population in that state.

What Is Pain Management Medical Software?

Leading pain management software electronic medical record (EMR)/electronic health record (EHR) systems will provide templates for the common complaints and procedures seen by pain management specialists. They will also allow for medication tracking, interactive diagrams and regular/recurring visits to facilitate the workflow at a pain management clinic.

Common Features of Pain Management Medical Software

Pain management workflow Pain management clinics work in conjunction with—or based on the referral of—physicians in other specialties, so it’s important to select an EMR solution that integrates these referrals into your workflow. Your EMR should be able to interpret scanned documents, faxes, or PDF files and/or plug directly into EMRs from other physicians, allowing you to quickly and easily transfer information to and from your associates.
Pain management templates Specialty EMRs contain SOAP notes templates specific to the medical specialty. For pain management, these templates might include fluoroscopy, arthritis, sciatica, lumbar puncture, anesthesiology, epidural, intrathecal catheter, spondylolisthesis, bursa injections, ganglion blocks, joint-specific pain (neck, back, elbow, hip, jaw etc.), opioid trials, infusion pump replacements, botulinum injection and many more.
Pre-operative and post-operative care/support Ensure easy documentation of pre- and post-operative care with templates that streamline the workflow for surgical patients.
Prescription order tracking Ensure that your EMR solutions has a pain management drug database that integrates seamlessly with the physician’s workflow, allowing the caregiver to prescribe medications, track refills, send secure prescriptions of narcotics or other pain medications and access suggested medications from the SOAP notes.
Lab result & device integration Many pain management EMR systems integrate directly into operating room vitals monitoring machines, allowing the physician to track patient progress during surgery. In addition, these programs should allow for easy importing of results from laboratory, radiology and other diagnostic tests, reducing the need for manually importing data.
Interactive diagrams For pain management specialists, identifying the nature and location of the pain is the most important—and sometimes challenging—part of the process. A pain management EMR should include interactive diagrams for documenting pain locations, which then tie directly to the patient record and even support the diagnostics.
Pain management billing & reporting A specialty EMR will include pain management specific ICD-9, CPT and HCPC Codes. Advanced systems can automatically generate those codes based on lab or radiology procedures and information captured in the SOAP notes. They can even scrub the claims, ensuring accuracy in billing and expediting the payment process.

 



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