CareCloud Charts is a specialty-driven EHR that allows clinicians with in-depth customization and a clean user interface. CareCloud EMR currently supports nine specialties; cardiology, ophthalmology, internal medicine, gastroenterology, orthopedic surgery, neurology, pulmonology, urology, and family practice. The HIPAA compliant cloud platform has the ability to support practices with multiple entities, locations, and NPIs.
The company has recently launched a fresh patient portal platform called Breeze, to optimize patient registration/intake, payments, appointment management, and overall patient experience.
CareCloud EMR is compatible with any operating system and web browser including Apple (Mac OS). The customer support is entirely based in the US.
CareCloud has recently been acquired by MTBC, which is another leading Health IT Company. The impact of this acquisition on CareCloud software & services will come to light in the next few months as more information becomes available. To learn more, please get in touch with one of our consultants.
CareCloud EMR pricing: CareCloud Charts (EHR) subscription starts at $279 per provider/month and requires mandatory adoption of PM. CareCloud Central, the Practice Management (PM) software, starts at $349 per provider/month with a powerful rules engine with over 180 million+ billing guidelines. For RCM, the system includes a powerful data mining and rules management function and costs a meager 3% of collections.
CareCloud EMR Pros: The EMR software is visually appealing and allows for multiple data entry methods. In addition, it offers competitive pricing with flexible implementation plans for small and large practices.
CareCloud EMR Cons: You have to purchase CareCloud Practice Management to get CareCloud Charts.
Accessibility: Apart from the standard windows application, CareCloud also has a mobile app.