WritePad is a full suite of comprehensive applications designed to increase efficiency and maximize patient care in practices of all sizes. WritePad includes a full EMR, patient scheduling, and picture archiving capabilities, and is available as an on-premise or Web-based solution. It was developed to support providers in many different specialties, including anesthesiology, physical therapy, pain management, and chiropractic, among others.
WritePad gives users the ability to generate visit notes and track patients’ records from any tablet, PC, or laptop. WritePad also offers true text randomization, which is unique in the marketplace. This verbiage randomization feature helps vary reports' phrasing if the doctor sees multiple patients suffering from the same ailment, in the same day. WritePad has hundreds of customizable templates and report generation takes mere seconds.
We like WritePad because it is a fully scalable solution, making it a great option for practices that want a system to grow with their business. WritePad can be expanded with program modules, adding features that are not available in the basic edition. One of these modules is called Virtual Physician’s Assistant (VPA), which was created to streamline the traditional intake practices and reduce paperwork. Users also have access to custom content modules that can save time and streamline the documentation of patient visits.
WritePad is HIPAA compliant and offers advanced security checks with password authentication, as well as the ability to integrate with fingerprint biometric technology.
Ryan from South Georgia Chiropractic
Employees number: 2-10 employees
Very poor experience. Terrible customer service to go along with an inefficient product.
The day I stopped using it
Poor workflows, not tablet friendly (although they will tell you it is), editing templates much more complicated than other EHRs.
Do not buy this product. Functionality and support much better with pretty much any other EHR you can buy. I've tried 5 and have finally found one that works. Writepad was the worst.
Dean from Farmington Chiropractic
notes were very quick to produce. Still not worth the price.
the quality of the notes was very poor - nearly unreadable
Support was very poor and ultra expensive. Not worth the expense.
Michael from New City Chiropractic Center
The software is adequate but the support is terrible
Their support is the worst I've ever dealt with from a vendor.
Look at others with better support and more up to date interface
Rob from Smiling Wide
Ease of use and ease of communicating with vendor. I have found that this has been a very helpful product not just for me but also for my colleagues.
There is always a few things that can be improved upon. Nothing is perfect for everyone. The user interface, I suppose, could be a little better.
Think about what your needs are and how you think it is best to fulfill them and then realize that unless you create your own program made specifically for you you can't have it all.