Visit iPatientCare Booth# 522 at MGMA 2013 Annual Conference at San Diego, CA.
iPatientCare, Inc., a pioneer in mHealth and cloud based ambulatory EHR, integrated Practice Management and Patient Portal solutions, announced to demonstrate the Meaningful Use Certified and ICD-10 Ready EHR and Practice Management System at MGMA 2012 Annual Conference at the San Diego, Texas, October 6-9, 2013.
iPatientCare has been a pioneer in providing a unified architecture for EHR and Practice Management System to Ambulatory market space. Providing excellent quality of products and support have been iPatientCare’s fundamental values and these have helped iPatientCare grow multifold in last decade. With a strong background in designing and developing a physician centric unified product, iPatientCare is also known for its path-breaking work with the United State Army in terms of mobile computing and leadership position in providing a complete EHR, Practice Management, and patient self check-in on iPad, Android, and Windows tablets and also Selected by Wyle as EHR Data Archival System for Exploration Medical System Demonstration of NASA HRP.
“We are committed to serving numerous ambulatory group practices through an integrated system that combines the best of meaningful use certified EHR for physicians and clinicians and an efficient practice management system. Out of this commitment, we are ready to test the ICD-10 code set with our Clearing House partners and payers. We plan to train our users beginning January, 2014 as the ICD-10 compliance will go into effect October 1, 2014. As a company with a long legacy of unwavering commitment to making quality health care accessible to all, iPatientCare is dedicated to supporting its customers during their practice”s transition to ICD-10.”, said Vipul Patel, Senior Technology Officer, iPatientCare, Inc.
MGMA-ACMPE is the premier membership association for professional administrators and leaders of medical group practices. In 2011, members of the Medical Group Management Association (MGMA), and its standard-setting body, the American College of Medical Practice Executives (ACMPE) voted to merge to form a new association, MGMA-ACMPE. Since 1926, the Association has delivered networking, professional education and resources and political advocacy for medical practice management. The Association started as a small network of clinic managers, called the National Association of Clinic Managers, which met for the first time in Madison, Wis., in 1926. The name was changed to the Medical Group Management Association in 1963 to reflect the diverse management roles found in group practice. Visit http://www.mgma.com for more information.