Pulse EHR is an ONC certified EHR solution catering to both large and small practices and can be deployed both on-premise and in the cloud.

The system is suitable for ambulatory surgical centers, multi-site practices, integrated delivery networks and management services organizations. It caters to various specialties, such as cardiology, family practice, nephrology, neurology, orthopedics and urology. The solution also offers e-prescribing and a patient portal.

Pulse EHR includes modifiable templates for all specialties. Other key features include a customizable clinical management dashboard, automated care and order management, point-of-care electronic charting with E&M code check, as well as integrated document, fax and transcription management.

Pulse offers on-site training along with implementation and uses claim scrubbing tools to handle and process patients' insurance claims. Additional support includes online webinars and documents for beginners and an online learning academy with various courses.



2 Reviews of Pulse EHR

Overall rating

5.0 / 5 stars

Showing 1 - 2 of 2 reviews

September 2018

Florence from Surgical Specialists of Southwest Florida

Company Size: 11-50 employees

Review Source: Capterra


Ease-of-use

4 of 5

Value for money

4 of 5

Customer support

5 of 5

Functionality

4 of 5

September 2018

Pulse Complete EHR review

Pros

Easy to navigate and needed reports for government initiatives are always available.

Cons

The view is simply too small and it cannot be adjusted.

April 2015

Regina from Jackson Cardiology Associates


Ease-of-use

4.5 of 5

Customer support

4.5 of 5

Functionality

4 of 5

April 2015

Using Pulse Systems EHR

Pros

I like the fact that the Practice Management and EHR are seamless and not just interfaced. The customer support is always available, knowledgeable and willing to help. The product is not complicated to use and gives you many audit tools to make sure one is in compliance.

Cons

The software modules can be accessed in many different ways which leads to come confusion when training new users.