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athenaOne

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

3.73 (728 reviews)

472 recommendations

DrChrono

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)

293 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 (354 reviews)

100 recommendations

PrognoCIS

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)

25 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

AdvancedMD Billing Services

AdvancedMD is one of the leaders in web-based electronic health records and practice management systems. The company offers a range of applications, all delivered over the web, for small, medium and large organizations. ...Read more

4.12 (81 reviews)

17 recommendations

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Euclid

Euclid is a medical management solution that helps hospitals and healthcare providers streamline various clinical operations such as claims processing, scheduling, billing and more. With its administrative dashboard, professionals...Read more

4.88 (26 reviews)

17 recommendations

HARMONY Medical

Harmony e/Notes is a hybrid integrated solution that offers functionalities for electronic medical records, practice management, billing and revenue cycle management. Specialities that the solution caters to include cardiology, ge...Read more

4.46 (23 reviews)

12 recommendations

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MDConnection

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 b...Read more

4.58 (26 reviews)

11 recommendations

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CGM DAQbilling

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 ...Read more

4.19 (24 reviews)

10 recommendations

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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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SynergyPT

SynergyPT is a web-based electronic medical records (EMR) solution for physical therapy practices. It is compatible with mobile devices and tablets to improve and simplify documentation processes during patient evaluations. With t...Read more

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8 recommendations

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Waystar

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, co...Read more

4.34 (96 reviews)

4 recommendations

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ModuleMD WISE

ModuleMD is a leading physician-designed SaaS solution for Allergy and Pulmonary specialists. For over two decades, practices across the nation have trusted us to improve clinical performance and increase their efficiency and ROI ...Read more

3.00 (1 reviews)

4 recommendations

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MedicsPremier

MedicsPremier supports comprehensive financial/operational/workflow management and a nearly 100% success rate on first attempt HCFA/UB clearinghouse claims with a utility for workers compensation/no-fault claims/documentation. ED...Read more

4.43 (44 reviews)

3 recommendations

DuxWare

DuxWare is a cloud-based practice management solution built for healthcare providers. This solution allows medical practices to track/manage patient information, file claims electronically, manage appointments for multiple provide...Read more

4.86 (73 reviews)

2 recommendations

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Agility

AgilityOM, Net Health's occupational medicine electronic health record (EHR) system, offers configurable workflows, billing and management tools suitable for practices of all sizes. Online employer portals allow employers to ...Read more

4.13 (12 reviews)

2 recommendations

Experity

Experity is a cloud-based electronic medical records (EMR), practice management, and medical billing software solution built for on-demand care providers of all sizes and specialties including occupational medicine, pediatrics, an...Read more

4.31 (206 reviews)

1 recommendations

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NobilityRCM

Nobility is a medical service provider offering medical billing and pre-funding services to medical practices of all sizes. The solution helps users to manage their administrative operations and routines. Nobility's billing s...Read more

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1 recommendations

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Precision Practice Management

With the assistance of in-house industry experts, Precision Practice Management (PPM) provides medical billing and revenue cycle management experience and expertise for medical practices across a wide variety of medical specialtie...Read more

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1 recommendations

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10to8

10to8 is a cloud-based booking solution for small to large businesses in all industries. It provides users with a customized booking website where clients can schedule appointments, pay for events and services and access existing ...Read more

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Buyers Guide

Last Updated: May 24, 2022

When adopting medical software, occupational medicine practices have needs similar to many other ambulatory care practices. You need an efficient system for charting, billing and scheduling, and it must have robust reporting and intuitive documentation capabilities.

But occupational medicine practices also have some unique needs that arise from treating transient patient populations, managing high volumes of documents and forms and communicating with a variety of other providers and client companies. For that reason, you’ll want to evaluate solutions specific to occupational health. This includes purpose-built occupational medicine software, as well as general-purpose software that offers occupational health features, applications and templates.

If you’ve never researched occupational health EMR software before, or are just curious about the latest trends, this Buyer’s Guide is here to help provide the information you need before making a final purchase decision.

Here’s what we’ll cover:

What is Occupational Health EMR Software?
Common Features of Occupational Health EMR Software
Important Considerations

What is Occupational Health EMR Software?

Occupational health EMR software platforms are designed to meet the specific needs of workplace medicine, allowing providers to offer primary care, urgent care and preventive wellness services within a single unified patient health record.

Able to integrate medical information, safety data and case management in one place, occupational health platforms can help providers standardize employee health workflows, track claims and increase overall clinic productivity.

Occupational health software programs will typically include support for billing to workers’ compensation; tracking immunization histories, physical exams and drug checks and managing specialized forms such as OSHA, FMLA and work status reports. If you’re providing on-site care at client sites, you may want an electronic medical records (EMR) system that can interoperate easily with other practices’ records software, allowing you to coordinate with employees’ primary care physicians.

 

Common Features of Occupational Health EMR Software

Some common features and functionality you can expect to find in most occupational health systems include, but are not limited to:

Medical chart Record disparate employee medical data in one chart.
Case management Track different types of occupational and non-occupational claims linked to short-term and long-term disability, FMLA and more.
Drug testing Manage deliberate and random employee drug testing requirements.
Equipment and inventory management Electronically keep track of a wide variety of medical equipment, along with prescription and vaccine inventories.
Scheduling Automate scheduling activities, identify scheduling conflicts and send out appointment reminder notifications.
Immunization Capture information surrounding immunizations, vaccines and travel clearance for workers.
Clinical testing Create clinical testing batteries and record employee results for things like audiometric, vision and pulmonary function testing.

Important Considerations

When evaluating occupational health software for your practice, there are some key considerations you should weigh to narrow down your search to the right types of systems.

Integrated suites vs. stand-alone systems. Occupational medicine software can include EMR as well as practice management (billing and scheduling) software. One thing you need to determine is what functions you’ll need your software to perform.

Do you need only a single application, such as billing, scheduling or EMR—known as a stand-alone or “best-of-breed” system? Or are you looking for a solution that combines two or more of those applications in one software package—an “integrated suite”?

Most of the practices we talk to are interested in integrated suites. But a stand-alone system may be right for you if:

  • You currently outsource medical billing, and have no plans to bring it back in-house; or
  • You’re already using software for one application and don’t wish to replace it—but using it for another application is not a viable option.

Web-based vs. on-premise systems. Another important question to ask yourself is whether you prefer an on-premise system or a Web-based system. (Web-based systems are also known as Software as a Service (SaaS) or cloud computing.)

On-premise solutions are installed locally, on your practice’s servers. They typically require a larger upfront investment in hardware and installation, but lower recurring costs. Web-based solutions are deployed in the cloud (online), and are typically accessed through a Web browser. Web-based systems usually come with monthly subscription pricing and require a lower upfront investment—so as long as you already have a computer and an Internet connection, your setup and installation costs will likely be negligible—but recurring subscription fees. (See our guide on Web-based EMRs for more information.)

Meaningful use and ONC-ATCB certification. Does your practice plan to participate in Medicare or Medicaid Meaningful Use Incentive Programs? The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) from 2009 included a component called the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act. HITECH incentivizes doctors to implement EMRs: Practices that adopt “certified” systems and make “meaningful use” of those systems (by meeting certain criteria at specified time points) will be eligible for increased Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements. Eligible practices that don’t implement EMRs will eventually face decreased Medicare reimbursements.

The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) has designated testing bodies, known as ONC-Authorized Testing and Certification Bodies (ONC-ATCBs), which certify EMR software. If your practice is participating in the Meaningful Use program, make sure your system is certified. Check out our guide on ONC-ATCB-certified EMRs for more information.

Mobile support. Do you want to be able to access your occupational health management software on an iPad, iPhone or Android device? As more and more healthcare professionals use mobile devices in a professional capacity, occupational health software systems are quickly developing “apps” for tablets and smartphones.

If you’ll want to access your software on mobile, ask the vendors whose products you evaluate whether they offer mobile apps. Remember that although most Web-based systems can be accessed via the Internet browser of a mobile device, you’ll still want to have an app designed especially for mobile use. Without one, you’ll be looking at the desktop version of the app—which can be unwieldy on a smaller screen. You can take a look at our guide to tablet EMRs or our guide to Mac EMRs for more detail.

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