Modernizing Medicine Gastroenterology offers gGastro EHR, a fully integrated platform designed for gastroenterologists. It combines the attributes of an electronic health records (EHR) system and endoscopy report writer (ERW) in one solution for private practices, ASCs, and hospitals. Audio & visual synchronous telehealth is also available with its gTelehealth platform.
The gGastro EHR includes built-in MIPS data collection and scorecards, customizable notes, speech-to-text software compatibility, GI-specific task workflow, and knowledge base, nursing notes, clinical decision support, and one-click visit note finalization. It interfaces with regional health systems and connects to GIQuIC. The gGastro ERW can operate standalone or integrate with the software's EHR, allowing teams to update critical patient data without duplicate entries.
The gGastro Mobile EHR app allows providers to access schedules and patient data from virtually anywhere there is an internet connection. The gGastro Suite also includes practice management, business operations services, analytics for benchmarking and reporting, iPad kiosk for check-in and check-out, an online patient portal, and a patient appointment reminder service as well as video & audio telehealth. The software suite is also available as a SaaS software.
gGastro Pricing: Pricing is not shared openly by the vendor. You can request a price quote by clicking on the ‘Get Pricing’ Button.
Free Trial: Not mentioned.
Deployment: Web-Based, Cloud, SaaS - iPhone / iPad – Android.
gGastro Support: It offers business hours support.
gGastro USP: The software is an award-winning GI-specific EHR solution. It helps practices enhance profitability, streamline workflow, focus on patient care and help meet compliance requirements.
gGastro Advantages: gGastro EHR comes with an Endoscopy Report Writer system that helps users elevate and expedite the reporting process. It is easy to use and offers an excellent level of customization.
gGastro Limitations: There is no messaging system to facilitate timely communication. The software is somewhat cumbersome and makes it hard to work within an electronic healthcare record system efficiently.