Top 11 Medical Practice software
Last updated: July 10, 2022
The award-winning eClinicalWorks Electronic Health Record (EHR) system is more than just a way for your practice to go paperless. Unified with the eClinicalWorks Practice Management system, patient flow from check-in to departure is streamlined. Workflow from the front desk to physicians to billing office staff is seamless. Documentation is faster using templates, drop-down lists, and more
Cloud-based electronic health record platform for doctors and patients. With no software to download or hardware to manage, your cloud-based EHR is always up to date - helping you stay current in a continuously changing clinical landscape. Consolidate provider and staff responsibilities with a comprehensive system that organizes patient information before, during and after the visit.
Kareo delivers the first and only complete technology platform purpose-built to meet the needs of independent practices. Now, physicians can effortlessly manage all major functions of their practice through one intuitive platform.
A medical office solution to unify the business and clinical side, as well as your patients, completely in the cloud built for the independent practice.
EpicCare is a health recording solution with robust features and functionalities, intricate workflow design, user-friendly interface, a combination of chart review, documentation, and order management.
At athenahealth, we think healthcare providers deserve technology that lets them focus on what really matters: patient care. So we created it. Designed with input from our providers, our new, streamlined electronic health record (EHR) helps you document faster, easily meet quality program requirements, and removes distractions that get in the way of care.
Allscripts EHR was originally created by physicians, and to this day, receives significant input from physician users and advisors. Allscripts EHR is the preeminent solution for small to mid-size physician practices that want to provide safer patient care, streamline operations and improve revenue.
Leading EHR and healthcare practice management software solutions for ambulatory care providers.
Innovative EHR for a workflow that just works. Have your practice at your fingertips on the web, iPhone, and iPad. Seamlessly integrate scheduling, clinical workflow, patient engagement, and billing. Free your time to deliver truly innovative care.
Cerner's EHR technologies connect people, information and systems around the world. Serving the technology, clinical, financial and operational needs of health care organizations of every size.
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CareCloud’s award-winning financial, clinical, patient experience and revenue cycle solutions run at the speed of your practice to drive your performance and delight your patients.
Latest news about Medical Practice software
2022. Practice management software Tebra secures $72M
Practice management software company Tebra secured more than $72 million in equity and debt financing from Golub Capital, boosting its valuation to over $1 billion. Tebra is the result of a recent merger between Kareo, which offers clinical and financial software, and PatientPop, which provides tools for patient engagement and practice growth. The deal closed in November. The combined company includes products for building a medical practice's website and advertising its services, online scheduling and patient reminders, telehealth, an EHR, billing and payment, as well as data analytics.
2021. Oracle acquires Cerner to dominate healthcare vertical
Oracle is acquire the US-based digital health giant Cerner for $95 per share. The massive acquisition is the biggest ever for Oracle. "With this acquisition, Oracle's corporate mission expands to assume the responsibility to provide our overworked medical professionals with a new generation of easier-to-use digital tools that enable access to information via a hands-free voice interface to secure cloud applications," Larry Ellison, Oracle chairman and CTO, said. Cerner has historically used its own data centers to store millions of citizens' healthcare data. But in 2019, the company began shifting to the cloud - announcing it planned to move some workloads to Amazon Web Services.
2020. Microsoft launches industry-specific cloud solutions, starting with healthcare
Microsoft has launched Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare, an industry-specific cloud solution for healthcare providers. This is the first in what is likely going to be a set of cloud offerings that target specific verticals and extends a trend we’ve seen among large cloud providers (especially Google) that tailor specific offerings to the needs of individual industries. Like similar Microsoft-branded offerings from the company, Cloud for Healthcare is about bringing together a set of capabilities that already exist inside of Microsoft. In this case, that includes Microsoft 365, Dynamics, Power Platform and Azure, including Azure IoT for monitoring patients. The solution sits on top of a common data model that makes it easier to share data between applications and analyze the data they gather.