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AdvancedMD is an integrated medical software suite for independent practices. Features include practice management, electronic health records, patient engagement, telemedicine, rooming, reputation management, financial analytics and... Read more
Recent recommendations: 387 recommendations
DrChrono’s iPad and iPhone compatible EHR and medical billing platform allows users to manage patient intake, clinical charting, billing, and revenue cycle management. It includes customizable medical forms, e-prescribing, scheduling... Read more
Recent recommendations: 320 recommendations
The Kareo Practice Management software is a perfect solution for small businesses. Kareo supports many features, including patient scheduling, insurance confirmation, management of delinquent accounts, and collections processess. Read more
Recent recommendations: 115 recommendations
In 1985, a chiropractor and software developer teamed up to create ECLIPSE, an ONC certified Complete EHR now used by thousands of providers nationwide. Designed for single practitioners, ECLIPSE is routinely used by multi-disciplinary... Read more
Recent recommendations: 48 recommendations
ChiroTouch is an electronic health records (EHR) and practice management system designed specifically for small to midsize chiropractic practices. It combines electronic health records, billing, patient scheduling, outcomes assessments... Read more
Recent recommendations: 39 recommendations
MDConnection is a web-based solution for medical practice management. The system serves the needs of small practices consisting of just one physician or a small group of physicians. The core functions include scheduling, medical billing,... Read more
Recent recommendations: 30 recommendations
TotalMD is a practice management solution suitable for small and midsize practices. TotalMD provides an integrated suite of features that includes e-claim services, patient scheduling, financial reporting, EMR integration and more. The... Read more
Recent recommendations: 22 recommendations
RxNT offers a suite of cloud-based solutions including RxNT|EHR, RxNT|eRx, and RxNT|PM. These three solutions are available for purchase in standalone form or within an integrated suite and are accessible on any connected mobile device... Read more
Recent recommendations: 21 recommendations
Developed for chiropractors, Genesis Chiropractic Software by Billing Precision is a web-based solution that offers EHR, scheduling, billing, and documentation within one integrated system. Genesis is ONC-certified and comes with... Read more
Recent recommendations: 12 recommendations
Quick Charts Complete, by DB Consultants, Inc. is a medical practice software developed for the Chiropractic industry. Chiropractic practices of small to scaling sizes can tailor the solution to accommodate their needs. Core functionalities... Read more
Recent recommendations: 11 recommendations
DAQbilling by CompuGroup Medical (CGM) is a medical billing and patient scheduling system designed to streamline medical billing. The solution covers eligibility inquiries, claim submission, and payment posting. The system has an intuitive... Read more
Recent recommendations: 10 recommendations
Waystar is a cloud-based revenue cycle management platform for healthcare systems. The solution is used by organizations of all sizes to manage administrative and clinical functions. Key features include insurance verification, coverage... Read more
Recent recommendations: 8 recommendations
Mercury Medical, by CrisSoft, is a practice management solution suitable for a variety of specialties and practices offered on SaaS or On-Site. Mercury Medical enables users to customize the solution with the table-driven interface... Read more
Recent recommendations: 5 recommendations
ACOM Health provides chiropractic specific Insurance Billings and Collections with free RAPID EHR and Practice Management Software. The Billing and Collections services manages all Insurance type claims, follow-up, and postings. The... Read more
Recent recommendations: 3 recommendations
Align Chiropractic Practice Management System is a cloud-based, ONC-ATCB certified medical billing and practice management solution designed specifically for chiropractors. It offers features such as customized scheduling, billing... Read more
Recent recommendations: 2 recommendations
NueMD offers a suite of cloud-based software and medical billing services for practices of all sizes. NueMD is an integrated practice management, medical billing, electronic health recording and appointment scheduling solution. Medical... Read more
SpeedyClaims is an on-premise tool that allows small clinics and single-provider offices to manage CMS 1500 insurance claim forms. It is compatible with most Windows operating systems. Users can print paper copies of their CMS 1500... Read more
ChiroFusion is a cloud-based electronic health record (EHR) solution designed for chiropractors to help them manage key clinical activities such as scheduling, reporting and billing. ChiroFusion EHR offers integrated practice management... Read more
Founded in 2000, Solutionreach is a cloud-based medical practice management system designed for offices of all sizes and specialties. This product provides doctors with scheduling, reminder and messaging modules to improve patient... Read more
Doxy.me is a cloud-based electronic medical records (EMR) and telemedicine solution designed for practices of all sizes. The solution is HIPAA-compliant, and Android and iOS apps are available for mobile devices. Doxy.me allows patients... Read more
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Chiropractic electronic medical record (EMR)/electronic health record (EHR) systems will offer features such as ADAM diagrams to illustrate diagnoses and procedures, SOAP notes with customizable text and custom reports for a chiropractor's office. Additionally, some chiropractic-specific EMR software will offer an image storage and retrieval system to track patient images and X-rays.
|Chiropractic-specific workflow||Customized templates designed specifically for a chiropractic practice facilitate workflow and increase efficiency by offering a clear-cut way to capture complaints, history of present illness, review of symptoms and physical examination.|
|Chiropractic SOAP notes templates||Example templates include neck pain, oswestry, carpal tunnel, disc bulge, herniation, fibromyalgia, car accidents, sports injuries, sciatica, scoliosis and thoracic complaints.|
|Visual input||Some chiropractic EMRs use point-and-click anatomical diagrams for taking notes during diagnosis and treatment. This one feature alone can decrease documentation time by three quarters.|
|Chiropractic device integration||Ensure that any medical devices used in diagnosis or treatment—for example, computerized muscle testing or X-ray radiography—integrates with the EMR software. Images and data should automatically be imported into the patient record, making the information easy to analyze and track.|
|Chiropractic E&M coding assistance||The chiropractic EMR’s Evaluation and Management (E&M) coder should allow the practice to verify ICD-9 (International Classification of Diseases) and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes associated with any diagnosis and connect directly to the billing software, ensuring faster and more accurate payment. Associated features include claim scrubbing, batch posting, Durable Medical Equipment (DME) billing and workers compensation billing.|
|RAND assessments||Automatically incorporate treatment data into RAND outcomes assessments, facilitating this and other quality reporting tools.|
|Best-of-breed vs integrated suite||EMR software can be purchased on a standalone basis (i.e. "best-of-breed") or purchased as part of an integrated suite with medical insurance billing, patient scheduling and more.|
Chiropractic software buyers in the market can be categorized into three different groups based on the size of their practice. These groups are solo practice, midsize practice (two to five employees) and large practices (more than five employees). Each of these groups have different needs that can be summarized as below:
Solo practice: Running a solo practice requires more than just chiropractic expertise. A solo provider needs to take on additional office duties as well. Office tasks include appointment scheduling, documentation, billing and customer communication among others. In addition, solo practitioners cannot afford to spend time on managing the technical aspects of the software. Therefore, buyers in this segment should evaluate web-based solutions that are easy to implement and require little technical expertise. Ease of use is the main focus for this buyer segment.
Midsize practices: Midsize practices have up to five employees. These practices usually have one or two chiropractic practitioners, a receptionist and a few staff for other functions. For practices of this size, limited IT knowledge is a challenge in managing an EMR software. Therefore, this segment of buyers should also consider buying a web-based EMR solution that offers patient scheduling, medical record management and billing functionalities.
Large practices: Large-sized practices have more than five employees. This segment usually has a dedicated staff for managing different business functions such as receptionists for appointment bookings and accounting staff. In addition, with more customers to manage, the receptionists need to be aware of the availability of chiropractors in real-time so as to avoid instances of overbookings. For this reason, appointment setting is the most requested functionality among buyers in this segment. Practices of this size also need to evaluate the billing functionality based on different billing options—to personal as well as third-party insurance payers such as Medicare, Medicaid and private insurances.
Buyers of this segment can also evaluate on-premise systems because storing patient data on the company servers is considered to be more secure than storing it in the cloud. The added data security is an advantage in obtaining the “meaningful use” certification from the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH). This certification entitles practices to avail for reimbursements worth up to $44,000 on their software purchase.
For any buyer evaluating systems for managing a chiropractic practice, there are some things going on in the medical software industry you should understand. Here are three important trends.
Software as a Service (SaaS). More and more buyers are interested in web-based chiropractic EHR software. Developments in chiropractic management software—such as data security and encryption, server reliability and data backup—are driving wider adoption for web-based systems. Add to that such benefits as lower upfront costs, built-in IT support and remote access, it’s no surprise that more and more vendors are offering their solutions on a SaaS model.
ONC-ATCB certification. Perhaps the most interesting trend in chiropractic software is the HITECH Act, which includes $19 billion to incentivize medical offices to adopt chiropractic EHR. To be eligible to receive the reimbursements in the form of increased Medicare and Medicaid premiums, providers must show the “meaningful use” of ONC-ATCB-certified chiropractic EMR systems. Guidelines for Stage 2 announced in 2012 detail penalties for those that fail to qualify, in the form of decreased Medicare and Medicaid payments. As such, buyers should be reviewing certified vendors to ensure early adoption.
Mobile device support. One thing many chiropractic practice management software buyers are beginning to consider is mobile device support. Practitioners and their staff are increasingly using mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet PCs for work. Mobile technology allows you to accomplish more from outside the office—and improves mobility within the office—vendors are increasingly offering mobile capabilities in chiropractic office software. Whether through supporting mobile sites for staff and patients or by offering native apps for various mobile operating systems (Mac, Android etc.), we expect to see more systems coming to market with mobile capabilities.