A Gap Analysis clarifies the discrepancy between current reality in the way your office is processing patient information and the desired for optimal processing of patient information and provided healthcare. It also identifies an opportunity that may be addressed by the EHR roll-out.
With a well written needs analysis in hand, it makes it much easier to find an EHR that is a good fit for your office.
A good EHR should be:
Adam is a chriropractor.
Adam came to us after doing extensive research on the web looking for a way to cut his patient processing of inforamtion and claims. He found OpenEMR and asked us to build him a system that could contain all the features he was getting from all 5 of this other system.
Mindbody Online - online appointments, reminders, new patient scheduling, inventory, and product sales
We have been working on the expanding the eRx capability of the native Rx feature within OpenEMR.
How it all started.
We ran into a situation with the clinicians that have multiple appointments in a single day.
While we are building this behavioral health EMR, we have conquered a lot of hurdles. Most of them are listed here in this blog post.
One of the most important aspects of a behavioral practice is the ability to review the clinicians work by the supervisor and approve or reject it.
We have been working with behavioral health practices that are using OpenEMR. There was a new request to modify the appointment report that can be found under Reports-> Visits.
We have been approached by clients that want to use the patient portal to allow patients to pay their bill. The native patient portal for OpenEMR does not have a payment gateway built into it.