iPatientCare takes pride in announcing the inclusion of iPatientCare EHR and clinically-driven RCM services in an exclusive tanking of “Top 50 EHR Software Companies 2014” by Medical Economics
iPatientCare, Inc., a pioneer in mHealth and cloud-based ambulatory EHR and integrated Practice Management solutions takes pride in announcing the inclusion of iPatientCare EHR and clinically-driven RCM Services as one of the nation’s Top 50 EHR software companies of 2014.
Medical Economics recently unveiled an exclusive ranking of 2014 Top 50 electronic health record (EHR) and RCM vendors in an effort to help physicians to make a purchasing decision. Top 50 EHR solutions measured by vendor’s capabilities with meaningful use stage 2 certification, Companies’ annual revenue, availability of patient portals and easier to use revenue cycle management services.
“iPatienCare is committed to transforming healthcare delivery clinically and financially. iPatientCare’s highly available application platform that integrates Meaningful Use Stage 2 certified ambulatory and inpatient EHR, professional and institutional billing system, patient portal, health information exchange, mHealth suite and clinically driven RCM services is completely focused on helping our users to provide better care,” said Kedar Mehta, CTO, iPatientCare.
He further commented, “As adoption of EHRs continue to grow, it would be critical for practices to select a capable EHR vendor that can understand practices needs with Electronic Health Records Software and Revenue Cycle Management. Our EHR and RCM solutions can be customized to each physicians offices’ needs and wants. Our RCM boasts of 98% first-pass acceptance and its customization option will allow practices to choose the services they want with very competitive price.”
“We are proud to be named as one of the nation’s top 50 electronic health records (EHR) company of 2014 by a reputed magazine such as Medical Economics,” said Udayan Mandavia, CEO/President, iPatientCare. Commenting further, he said, “This recognition along with those from Capterra’s Top 20 list of the most popular EHR software for 2014, Black Book ranking for top mobile EHR for 2014, CMS designated Test EHR, pioneering work in Google Glass, Watch and iPad/iPhone, being ICD-10 ready, and MU Stage 2 Certification for all 64 CQMs would be very compelling reasons for physicians looking to switch to a better designed EHR offering usability, high productivity, easy ways to engage patients, clinically-driven revenue optimization and robust quality reporting for PQRS, PCMH and numerous P4P programs.”