iPatientCare Enhances Its Support to Pediatricians by Offering More Templates and Streamlined Workflow
iPatientCare, Inc., a pioneer in mHealth and cloud based ambulatory EHR, announced the enhanced EHR, Practice Management, and Patient Portal releases that address the specific needs of Pediatric specialty.
Most Pediatricians demand for an EHR and PM System that is designed for their specialty and not a generic EHR offering few customized templates and features demanding numerous clicks! Understanding the value of productivity and functionality for the pediatric specialty requires understanding of pediatric practice’s workflow and their specialty-specific needs. Involving specialists in the EHR revolution, especially those who are focused on children, is a challenging task. iPatientCare being the leader in enhancing EHR technology and services for pediatricians, recently announced Pediatric specialty-focused feature-rich EHR, integrated Practice Management and Patient Portal systems.
“iPatientCare Pediatrics EHR has been designed for Pediatricians. This fact is proven by the number of awards and recognitions won by iPatientCare for its pediatric specialty-focused features, templates, and customizable workflow. Our support for Immunizations, Growth Charts, Pediatric Dosage, Clinical Decision Support, Well-Child Examination templates, School Absence and Camp forms, and Meaningful Use and Patient-Centric Medical Home.”, Commented Sean Pandya, Sr. Clinical Specialist, iPatientCare.
“We do have many EHR vendors in our city, but iPatientCare has so far put us on the path to successfully attesting for meaningful use Stage II. We are glad to work with iPatientCare as it allows us to care for patients in an efficient and profitable way. We are able to see more patients, easily document patient visits, and access medical records along with diagnostic data at the point of care. iPatientCare’s e-learning events, such as User Conferences, Online Forums and technical support are quite helpful and these services are greatly appreciated.” – stated Michele Bailey, MD, Mayfield Pediatrics, White Plains NY.