Pain Management EHR Software

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athenahealth EHR

71 Reviews

Founded in 1997, athenahealth, Inc. is one of the largest public-listed EHR company in the US. The Massachusetts based company provides web-based Electronic Medical Records, Practice Ma.. Read more

eClinicalWorks EMR

64 Reviews

eClinicalWorks is an award-winning vendor offering integrated EHR, Practice Management, Population Health, and Revenue Cycle Management solutions and services to more than 130,000 physicians across th.. Read more

Cerner PowerChart Software

53 Reviews

Cerner is the leading US supplier of health care information technology offering a unified suite of digital solutions that streamline clinical and administrative workflows enabling providers to care f.. Read more

EpicCare EMR software

49 Reviews

Epic Systems Corporation, or Epic, has been in the market since 1979 and employes around 10,000 personnel. Headquartered in Verona, Wisconsin, Epic has raked in numerous accolades and awards over the .. Read more

PrognoCIS EMR

45 Reviews

PrognoCIS, set up in early 2000s, is a healthcare company that is suitable for all sizes of practices and hospitals. It offers integrated modules for EHR, practice management, and patient portal appli.. Read more

Practice Fusion EHR

43 Reviews

Practice Fusion, an Allscripts company, founded in 2005 is the #1 cloud-based ambulatory EHR platform in the United States. It has partnership with some of the leading medical billing software compani.. Read more

AdvancedMD EHR

41 Reviews

AdvancedMD is an integrated medical software suite for independent practices. Founded in 1999 and based in South Jordan, Utah, the vendor serves an expansive national footprint of more than 22,500 pra.. Read more

Allscripts EHR

40 Reviews

Allscripts has been in business for the past 30 years with presence across four countries; US, UK, Canada, and Australia. Over time, the company has transitioned from a core electronic prescribing ent.. Read more

Amazing Charts EHR

36 Reviews

Amazing Charts, a leading developer of Electronic Health Record, Practice Management and Medical Billing Systems for outpatient practices, was founded in 2001 by a practicing family physician. Ove.. Read more

Insight EMR and Billing by Clinicient Software

35 Reviews

Clincient gives you Insight, an EHR system specially designed for outpatient rehab. It covers a wide range of necessary features ranging from registering your patients to managing their billing. .. Read more

Greenway Health EHR

34 Reviews

Health IT company Greenway Health has been in this space for the past 30 years. It offers several options when it comes to electronic medical records ( EMR) such as Intergy, Prime Suite, and Success E.. Read more

drchrono EHR

33 Reviews

DrChrono’s All-in-One integrated EHR and medical billing software aims to modernize patient care and optimize practice efficiency. The EHR software is apt for practices of all sizes, small to large, c.. Read more

NextGen Healthcare EHR

30 Reviews

NextGen, a healthcare solutions company that believes happy physicians make healthy patients, offers two EHR options; NextGen® Enterprise and NextGen® Office (formerly, MediTouch) to coordinate patien.. Read more

Chartlogic EHR

30 Reviews

Chartlogic, a subsidiary of Medsphere Systems Corporation, has been in the market since 1994. It is headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah. The vendor provides an ambulatory electronic health record sy.. Read more

Kareo EHR

29 Reviews

Kareo was founded in 2004 and has been in business for over 13 years. The solution is purpose-built to cater to the unique needs of independent small practices, avoiding the standard complicated, time.. Read more

EHR Reviews, Features, Pricing & Compare

Buyers Guide

Manage Your Pain Management EHR Better This Year

When you work in a very unique niche, you’ll be forgiven for thinking you have to settle for products that other medical practitioners use. After all, who would go to the trouble of designing tech especially for you?

Luckily you practice pain management in the 21st century and software developers are geared for anything. They go to a lot of effort to meet society’s as well as professionals’ business needs as best as possible. That means you too.

Currently there aren’t many EHR products for pain management practices specifically, but some of the EHR features that have evolved are quite remarkable. They can enhance your workflow, efficacy and the service you provide your patients.

Your challenge is to find the products that will really work among the many on today’s market.

We put together a quick reference guide so you can see what there is to look forward to. We also tell you how to vet these programs so you pick the best one from the lot.

Vet the Basics First

Start off by discussing general features with sales representatives. This will tell you if you’re looking at a quality product or not.

Quality

Here we’re talking about the software itself, but also the team you’ll have as backup. Unless you have expert IT personnel on staff, you’ll need assistance from the service provider if something goes wrong.

Read reviews about the company’s customer service so you know if you can count on the brand and its product. Your new software and its supplier should make life easier, not more difficult.

Functionality

You need a user friendly solution, otherwise your new software will take months to implement. Talk about layouts, shortcuts and intuitiveness so you & your staff know what to expect.

Once again, reading a few reviews about whether others find it a practical solution is a wise option.

Also make sure the product easily integrates with other aspects of your practice such as machines or software you already own.

Lastly, a billing feature helps streamline your office workflow and if ICD 10 codes relevant to your field are already loaded, it’s a winner. Advanced software can automate the claiming process which benefits your bottom line, but also improves accuracy.


Kareo EHR

Security

Any program that stores information online has risks. If your patients’ personal details—even their bank details—will be hosted off site on your vendor’s servers, make sure there is adequate firewalls, encryption and virus protection. You don’t want your information held ransom.

One last tip: Make sure that if you ever stop your contract with this vendor that the data will still belong to you; And that there’s an easy way to export it for future use.

Pick the Features that Matter

Now it’s time to find an EHR program that’s relevant to the pain manag