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Comprehensive electronic history, charting, scheduling, billing and reporting are complex applications.

Practice Fusion’s EHR includes a single-screen function for uploading, viewing, downloading, and signing documents. All paper documents can be imported, including labs, X-rays, and insurance cards. A document can be digitally marked-up or annotated before associating the file with a patient’s record.

Capturing, recording, and tracking medical information electronically has been shown to reduce preventable drug errors; it supports patient-physician interactions, making them more efficient, and improves patient care and diagnostic processes by allowing physicians to tap into computer tools, protocols, resources, and checks—flags that indicate adverse drug interactions, for instance—that could enhance medical decision making.

Current vendor software products are prohibitively expensive, and this financial barrier represents the primary limiting factor for widespread adoption of electronic medical record systems by physicians.

The electronic medical record (EMR) is possibly one of the most costly information technology system upgrades that any health care provider can undertake. The cost of implementing a basic EMR can run from the tens of thousands to several million dollars, depending on the size of the organization and the scope of implementation. The high capital cost of such an investment is reason alone for numerous health care organizations to shy away from EMR implementations.

The diagrams below offers a glimpse into some of the elements of the comprehensive, Web-based application that is Practice Fusion.

Practice Fusion view of schedule.

Practice Fusion view of schedule.

Practice Fusion online view of X-ray.

Practice Fusion online view of X-ray.

PracticeFusion e-prescription summary.

PracticeFusion e-prescription summary.


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