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Valley ENT, one of Arizona’s largest Ear, Nose and Throat practices employing 25 doctors in 14 locations throughout the Phoenix and Tucson metropolitan areas, has selected ChartLogic’s EHR Suite. The medical group provides state-of-the-art ear, nose and throat care with many in-house services including CT scanners, ultrasound, allergy testing, diagnostic audiology and hearing aid products.
“ChartLogic’s EHR is designed for high-volume specialty practices. Using our EHR, a physician can complete all of the documentation required for a comprehensive new patient exam in less than 90 seconds. That includes the SOAP note and exam, referral reply letter, and codes sent to medical billing”
ChartLogic is a leading national provider of EHRs to specialty practices and serves some 2,000 physicians nationwide. ChartLogic’s EHR is fully certified and designed for specialty practice workflows. More than 250 ChartLogic customers have qualified for meaningful use incentives to date.
Valley ENT will adopt the ChartLogic EHR Suite including the ChartLogic electronic medical record, ChartLogic Document Management, ChartLogic ePrescribe and the ChartLogic Patient Portal.
With these tools, all physicians and staff within the medical group will be able to work from a single database from any clinic. Moving towards meaningful use, the ChartLogic EMR helps practices overcome some of the more difficult requirements such as capturing increased amount of patient data, prescribing medications electronically, and communicating with patients through a patient portal.
“ChartLogic’s EHR is designed for high-volume specialty practices. Using our EHR, a physician can complete all of the documentation required for a comprehensive new patient exam in less than 90 seconds. That includes the SOAP note and exam, referral reply letter, and codes sent to medical billing,” said Zubin Emsley, chief executive officer.