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athenahealth, recently ranked #1 by 2022 Best in KLAS for athenaClinials Ambulatory EMR for 11-75 physicians and athenaIDX practice management, provides cloud-based services for electronic health records (EHR), revenue cycle manag...Read more

3.72 (727 reviews)

440 recommendations


RXNT’s integrated suite of ONC-ACB certified EHR, Practice Management, and Billing software optimizes clinical outcomes and revenue management. Simple, transparent pricing has no "hidden fees" and includes free setup and training,...Read more

4.41 (364 reviews)

326 recommendations



DrChrono’s iPad and iPhone compatible EHR and medical billing platform allows medical practices and healthcare providers to manage patient intake, patient care, clinical charting, billing and revenue cycle management. It includes ...Read more

4.03 (454 reviews)

267 recommendations

AdvancedMD EHR

AdvancedMD is a unified suite of software solutions designed for mental health, physical therapy and medical healthcare organizations and independent physician practices. Features include practice management, electronic health rec...Read more

3.63 (412 reviews)

200 recommendations

ChartLogic EHR

ChartLogic offers an ambulatory EHR suite that includes electronic medical record, practice management, revenue cycle management, e-prescribing and patient portal. The solution caters to primary care, surgical care and other compl...Read more

3.96 (60 reviews)

139 recommendations


NextGen Office

NextGen Healthcare offers NextGen Office—a cloud-based EHR – specifically designed for private practices. NextGen Office is a fully integrated practice management solution that includes specialty-specific content, a claims clearin...Read more

4.00 (1198 reviews)

112 recommendations

Elation Health

Elation Health is a cloud-based clinically focused electronic health record solution for physicians looking for an ONC-ATCB certified EMR along with patient scheduling, a patient portal, e-prescribing and e-faxing. The solution ca...Read more

4.30 (43 reviews)

111 recommendations


Kareo Clinical

Kareo is a Web-based EHR, medical billing, and practice management used by thousands of physicians across the United States. This system suits small practices and billing companies. With Kareo, practices can schedule patients, con...Read more

3.98 (353 reviews)

100 recommendations

Valant EHR Suite

Valant’s EHR for behavioral health offers tools for providers to streamline documentation, increase efficiency, and enhance the productivity of their practice or agency. The fully integrated suite includes secure patient records...Read more

3.99 (201 reviews)

69 recommendations

Compulink Healthcare Solutions

Compulink’s Advantage SMART Practice® is an all-in-one database EHR solution for specialty practices such as optometry, ophthalmology, orthopaedics, ENT, mental health, podiatry, and more. Available cloud-based or server, Advantag...Read more

4.01 (264 reviews)

57 recommendations


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Read our Mobile EHR Software Buyers Guide

Subscription models

  • Per employee/per month: This model allows you to pay a monthly fee for each of your employees.
  • Per user/per month: Users pay a monthly fee for users—normally administrative users—rather than all employees.

Perpetual license

  • This involves paying an upfront sum for the license to own the software and use it indefinitely.
  • This is the more traditional model and is most common with on-premise applications and with larger businesses.

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AllegianceMD is a cloud-based medical software system that is designed to serve the needs of small and midsize practices, as well as ambulatory surgery centers. The solution includes practice management functionality for billing a...Read more

4.27 (24 reviews)

44 recommendations


CareCloud Inc. offers an integrated electronic health recording (EHR) solution–Charts–that provides collective benefits of EMR, practice management and medical billing services. Charts helps physicians to streamline clinical opera...Read more

3.59 (102 reviews)

42 recommendations


PatientNow provides the most comprehensive EMR, practice management, and patient engagement software solution in the elective medical industry. Streamline practice operations, improve efficiency, and drive revenue with one softwar...Read more

3.86 (133 reviews)

40 recommendations



AestheticsPro is a cloud-based, HIPAA-compliant medical spa management solution that offers staff management, calendar management, client management, point-of-sale and marketing management functionalities within a suite. The sta...Read more

4.35 (292 reviews)

33 recommendations



ModMed, also known as Modernizing Medicine, offers an integrated telehealth platform within its specialty-specific EHR system, EMA. Called modmed Telehealth, it offers synchronous audio and video telemedicine capabilities for spec...Read more

4.30 (146 reviews)

32 recommendations


WebPT is a cloud-based, multi-product platform for outpatient physical, occupational, and speech therapy clinics. At its core, WebPT is an electronic medical records (EMR) system that enables therapists to produce and store patien...Read more

4.38 (424 reviews)

30 recommendations


PrognoCIS EHR and PrognoCIS Telemedicine have earned a reputation for fast, flexible individual provider workflow. The software package offers a full suite of highly desirable features and functions. PrognoCIS provides a cloud-bas...Read more

4.08 (284 reviews)

22 recommendations


zHealthEHR is a cloud-based practice management solution that assists chiropractic clinics and practitioners with health center search and patient scheduling. Its key features include calendar management, SOAP note creation, billi...Read more

4.42 (50 reviews)

19 recommendations



CGM APRIMA, previously known as APRIMA EHR, is a market leading, award-winning EHR loved by physicians and office staff. Designed to take advantage of multiple hardware forms including the APRIMA Mobile app which is perfect for t...Read more

3.07 (49 reviews)

19 recommendations


Benchmark PM

Benchmark Systems’ Solutions Suite serves independent care professionals and their patients across various specialties. From the front office to the back office, Benchmark Systems Solutions Suite of PM, EHR and RCM supports your s...Read more

4.74 (173 reviews)

18 recommendations

Buyers Guide

Last Updated: May 22, 2022

Digitalization is an industry-spanning paradigm shift that's transforming how business is conducted and how businesses operate. And hospitals and other medical practices are not exempt from this change.

Advances and increased accessibility to electronic health records (EHR) has given you and your peers a clear path to ride the wave of digitalization to operational excellence, improved patient experiences and overall financial success.

But not all mobile EHR software is created equal. So we've put together this guide to help you determine the must-have capabilities for your new system. You can also read through some key benefits of adopting a mobile EHR and home in on the features enabling the benefits most important to you. Use this guide as a starting point to ensure you choose the right software for your operations.

In this guide, we'll cover:

What Is Mobile EHR Software
Common Features of Mobile EHR Software
What Type of Buyer Are You?
Benefits of Adopting Mobile EHR Software
Market Trends to Understand in Mobile EHR Software

What Is Mobile EHR Software?

Electronic health records software (and its sister technology, electronic medical records software) are digital records management tools. Mobile-based EHR software simply implies these capabilities are available across various connected, authorized and secured devices. They provide all the functionality of EHR tools on mobile devices.

These systems provide digital documentation and patient information tools for recording, storing, analyzing and sharing basic and detailed patient information across practices.

The sharing across practices of information is a key capability of EHR software. It's also what differentiates these systems from their electronic medical records sibling systems. The two are essentially the same thing (and vendors will use the terms interchangeably), but EHR comes with the added benefit of interoperability, or the ability to securely and compliantly share patient records across providers. This enables users to:

  • Spend more time with patients rather than worrying about tracking down scattered digital and paper documents
  • Ensure other practitioners have the updated, critical information they need on a patient's health needs and history
  • Get the payments they're owed with well-documented claims

And again, with the accessibility of mobile EHR, practitioners are able to access and leverage these tools on tablets, phones and other smart devices throughout the day.

Glimpse of mobile EHR software capabilities via drchrono EHR

Glimpse of mobile EHR software capabilities via drchrono EHR

There are three different deployment models for mobile EHR solutions. These include:

Native mobile EHRs. While the offerings here are limited, a mobile-first EHR is probably what you want most. This would be a app developed specifically for the specific mobile device platform you use.

Web browser-based EHRs. These systems are accessed through your mobile device's web browser. This option also grants seamless access via desktops and laptop computers for access across the board.

Remote-access EHRs. Many on-premise EHRs systems can be accessed directly through a server. While this does enable mobility, it can stifle the potential benefits, as this deployment essentially renders your mobile devices as if they were a desktop or laptop.


Common Features of Mobile EHR Software

Mobile EHR software provides practitioners and support staff with the necessary tools to consistently support excellent patient experiences. Key features include:

Document management Create and store various document types that contain critical patient information. Scan in existing paper-based documents. Organize documentation for efficient searching and filtering.
Scheduling Enables practitioners to view and edit daily/weekly/monthly calendars. Add notes and reminders within scheduled appointments.
Billing Manage insurance claims as well as insurance and patient payments.
Patient charts and notes Articulate past patient health information in organized, easily scannable chart documents. Create customizable templates to record patient notes directly onto mobile devices for future use.
Prescription management Instantly send prescription documentation to patients and their preferred pharmacies. Review past prescription history and access valuable information regarding safe usage of prescription.
HIPAA compliance The sensitive nature of a patient's medical information requires practices meet specific federal regulations. HIPAA-compliance is a key regulation that you should ensure your new EHR takes into account.

What Type of Buyer Are You?

Small practices. These buyers work for small practices with only a couple of health care providers. They are looking to automate and digitize medical processes. Cutting back on paper-based document management decreases the chance of human error, and provides more efficiency prescribing and integrating with labs.

Midsize to large practices. These buyers are at practices with anywhere from a few to over 100 physicians. These buyers are need to eliminate paper-based documentations and increase overall efficiencies. They also often need to integrate with existing health care networks' systems to track critical information across several locations in order to offer patients a consistent and positive experience.

Inpatient care organizations. These buyers are working for hospitals and large acute care centers. They need help managing patient facilities, such as rooms/beds, as well as assigning and tracking rounds covered by nurses and physicians. The nature of such capabilities means these systems often need integration capabilities with existing systems.

Benefits of Adopting Mobile EHR Software

There are different benefits that mobile EHR technologies will bring your practice based on your current operational pain points. However, the most common benefits of mobile EHR use include:

Greater efficiencies. By adopting EHRs, especially mobile-supported systems, practitioners can eliminate time-consuming paperwork, manage charts digitally and leverage the connected capabilities to easily obtain lab results and prescribe medications.

Ensure positive care experiences for patients. The greater efficiencies that these systems provide practices enable practitioners and support staff to spend more time with patients.

Improved collection capabilities. EHR systems provide physicians with the documentation they need to successfully file and support insurance claims, as well as Medicare and Medicaid. Integrated coding features help ensure providers are appropriately and accurately coding visits.

Market Trends to Understand in Mobile EHR Software

Internet of things (IoT). While this guide focuses on the benefits of mobile-enabled EHR systems, IoT devices are on their way to having a major impact on health care. Wearable devices are being worn by patients for a myriad of health-related reasons. These devices provide a ton of data to tap into that can offer better insight into patient health.

Security. Perhaps the most common concern we hear regarding mobile EHR adoption is system security. Patient privacy and HIPAA compliance are often top-of-mind for providers, so secure implementations and standard security measures are an important consideration when choosing software.

Patient portals. As the health care space moves more toward complete digitization, it's important to remember that this isn't reserved only for providers. Patients have now come to expect access to their medical information via online and/or mobile portals. It's definitely something that should be on your technology roadmap, so checkout our guide on patient portal software for a quick rundown of what to look for here.

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