Specifically designed to support smaller practices with five providers or less, EnableDoc EHR is a cost-effective, Web-based electronic health record (EHR) and practice management (PM) solution. EnableDoc is modular, allowing practices to utilize (and pay for) just the functionality they need. In addition to an ONC-ATCB certified EHR module, the software also includes e-prescribing, medical billing, labs, patient scheduling, patient and referring physician communications portal, appointment notifications, fax and many other advanced features.
As a cloud-based solution, providers and administrative staff can access all critical patient information securely from any device with an Internet connection, including tablets. This also eliminates any large up-front costs; the software has a low monthly fee based on either number of providers or per visit volume. This service also includes storage, backup, support and feature updates. EnableDoc EHR is well-suited for surgery, podiatry, radiology, primary care, PT, chiropractic and most other specialties.
Providers can personalize the clinical templates, forms and menus to match their workflow; this helps them address any specialty-specific challenges or collect necessary information more quickly. It also offers speech-to-text technology that converts dictation to text over the Internet with no local software installed. This allows physicians to quickly dictate notes into the word processor, while also using templates. This helps the provider get their notes completed quickly and professionally, while improving patient care and achieving Meaningful Use.
Michael from Roth Family Medicine
Specialty: Family medicine
Employees number: 2-10 employees
Very easy to use, but highly configurable.
Advanced features let's me manage appointments, insurance, claims, clinical documents, MACRA, collections, labs, eprescribe, radiology orders
Includes Telehealth visits
Personal customer support
Requires Internet so when there is no power I can not use it.
It does run on my phone, but an app might be nice also.