As more and more clinics choose to open a separate Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC), it is important to keep in mind the role of the EHR and the benefits of integrating the two entities. From combined databases, to a more streamlined workflow, a system that integrates the both your Medical Clinic and surgery center EHR’s can be highly beneficial for practices. This article will discuss how a carefully considered EHR system can help to improve efficiency within your practice and surgery center. read more
The California Ambulatory Surgery Center Association’s (CASA) 2017 Annual Conference in Indian Wells, CA at the Hyatt Regency Indian Wells Resort & Spa, is a crucial fixture on the calendar for Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) professionals. With key industry leaders in attendance, the conference’s program contains events in Finance, Human Resources, Clinical and Quality oversight. The conference is a unique opportunity to visit 1st Providers Choice at booth #63, which will be exhibiting top-class customizable ASC software.
ASCA 2017 Premier Annual Meeting this year in Washington, DC at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center is expected to be a success for ASCA Members and Facility Owners. Leading Industry professionals will gather for this four-day education event. A unique opportunity to see 1st Providers Choice in Booth # 723 for your preview of Top ASC EHR, Billing and Management Software.read more
EMR software is no longer an option – it is a necessity for improving patient outcomes, boosting productivity and reducing costs. The problem for smaller surgery centers, however, is that many surgery-specific EMR systems are designed for use in hospital settings and include features and workflows suited to larger organizations. Because of this, surgery centers often find themselves in a difficult position when selecting an Ambulatory Surgery Center EMR.
The good news is that there are suitable options available, including EMR systems like 1st Providers Choice, which can help surgery centers meet the health care triple aim and focus on preoperative, intraoperative and postoperative care.
Choosing an EMR can be complicated for any physician, but it is even more difficult for specialty clinics as most systems are geared towards primary care. Pain management practices, after all, more so than many other specialties, require EMRs geared specifically to their needs. This is due to the fact that pain specialists see patients at multiple locations and have unique workflows that can’t be easily accommodated with standard systems.