Benchmark Clinical Rated Top Cardiology EHR on Software Advice

AntWorks’ Clinical EHR has been rated as one of the top cardiology EHRs by Software Advice.     AntWorks’ Cardiology EHR is the preferred solution for cardiologists nationwide. Our Clinical EHR is fully integrated with appointment scheduling and practice management solutions, as well as our patient portal, referring patient portal and PQRS reporting solutions. Benchmark Clinical EHR allows cardiologists to streamline operations and fulfill regulatory compliance needs while ensuring adherence to best practices. Benchmark Clinical gives cardiologists all of the tools they need to increase revenue while improving patient care and productivity. Now, cardiologists can see more patients, easily document interactions, and access medical records, diagnostic data and more at the point of care. Did we mention that Benchmark Clinical is ONC 2014 Edition Compliant? Benchmark Clinical’s ease of use, vast library of cardiology specific content and templates, and top-rated support is the reason why Cardiologists choose and trust AntWorks for their cardiology EHR needs. Our Cardiology EHR Offerings Over 100 pre-designed cardiac medicine templates Cardiology specific forms Cardiology CPT codes and ICD-9 crosswalks EKG integration Hypertension and heart disease quality care and PQRI incentive reporting Import of nuclear stress test, holter monitor, and echocardiogram reports Standardized cardiology procedure notes In addition to the rating from Software Advice and the advantages above, Benchmark’s Cardiology EHR is also a top ten Black Book rated vendor. Learn more here. Hear From our Cardiology EHR Customers Below are just some of our reviews and testimonials from satisfied customers. To read more, visit Software Advice. “Service and support are extremely important when selecting a software. In my opinion, I can’t imagine anyone would be...

ICD-10 Code of the Week | Prolonged Stay in Weightless Environment

In our fourth ICD-10 Code of the Week installment, AntWorks has chosen X52: Prolonged Stay in Weightless Environment     Dear: astronauts and those living in anti-gravity chambers, we hope you get well soon.  Stay tuned next week for our fifth ICD-10 Code of the Week.   Is your medical practice ready for the ICD-10 changeover? Benchmark System is. Contact us today to learn how our company can assist your practice in the ICD-1o transition before October 1, 2015. Request a Demo  ...

Small Practices Feel Stuck with Current EMR Vendors

More than one fourth of providers at small practices (1–10 physicians) feel stuck with or plan to leave their current EMR vendor, according to a recent KLAS study,”New Leaders in the Small-Practice Market: Ambulatory EMR Performance 2015 (1-10 Physicians).”     The electronic medical record (EMR) decision is one of the most important that physicians make for their practice. The EMR physicians choose will immediately impact the way their practice operates and how they interact with patients and other healthcare providers. Although the selection and implementation of an EMR challenges any size practice, it is especially problematic for the small practice with few resources and no margin for error. Indeed, a failed EMR can strategically damage a practice. That’s what it is so important for small practices to make sure that they are completely satisfied with their EMR vendor from the start. Unfortunately, more than 25% of small practices aren’t. For their report on small practice satisfaction with their EMR vendors, KLAS spoke with more than 750 small practices (1-10 physicians) to understand what determines success in the EMR space. More than 20 EMR vendors were included in the report and were rated on more than 25 metrics, including ease of use, customer support and which vendors are the most at risk for losing customers. In the report, providers cited poor usability, missing functionality, and unreliable vendor support as their primary frustrations with their EMR solution. Dissatisfaction with EMR Vendors “Small physician practices are really feeling the pressure of keeping up with regulations such as meaningful use. These and other pressures are causing a huge number of providers to report dissatisfaction with their...

ICD-10 Code of the Week | Hurt at The Library

In our third  ICD-10 Code of the Week installment, AntWorks has chosen Y92241: Hurt at the Library.   We’ve heard about some intense college all-nighters at the library, but never thought there’d be enough action at the local library to award its own ICD-10 code. Stay safe, keep away from the stacks, and listen to those shushing librarians kids! Stay tuned next week for our fourth ICD-10 Code of the Week.   Is your medical practice ready for the ICD-10 changeover? Benchmark System is. Contact us today to learn how our company can assist your practice in the ICD-1o transition before October 1, 2015. Request a Demo...

What Defines a Modern EHR Software?

EHR software was originally designed to recreate paper charts for medical practices and healthcare organizations in a digital form. And, just like these paper charts, the early EHR softwares were only meant to capture information. Sharing the information with patients or across a continuum of care wasn’t even a distant thought on anyone’s mind. But, just as our care has developed, so have our EHR systems. EHR software has developed from just a documentation tool into a new resource that is capable of helping coordinate care, manage population health, and demonstrate value and outcomes.   Five Major Capabilities Define a Modern EHR The five major capabilities that define a modern EHR software include customizable dashboards and analytics tools, remote access capability, scheduling and billing integration, and an internal messaging capability. Analytics Tools: Having your practice’s or healthcare organization’s analytics at your fingertips can be a powerful tool when it comes to enhancing your level of patient care. But, not all EHR software allows for the customer to view a dashboard with their personal analytics.Benchmark Clinical EHR offers a fully customizable dashboard of analytics that is unique to your organization’s needs. Remote Access: The worst situations always begin with not being able to access your data because you’re not sitting at a certain computer in a certain office. EHR software and systems should be able to allow for remote access, so even when a healthcare professional is out of the office, they can still access that data if need be. As a Web-based system, Benchmark Clinical EHR can retrieve your patient information anywhere, any time and get one-click access to all of your charts in...