The Benefits of Utilizing a Pain Management EHR

Your Pain Management practice needs an Electronic Health Record that will fully support your everyday needs in both functionality and design. A quality Pain Management EHR should equip your practice with the tools your team needs to better help patients and work at your best pace. This specialty-specific tool offers your practice so much more than a standard EHR.

5 Benefits of a Pain Management EHR:

1) Enhanced Security

A HIPAA compliant Pain Management EHR can greatly enhance data security compared to your previous software. This is especially true when there are certain authorized users that have access to patient data. Cloud-based technology makes it possible to protect your practice data better than server-technology ever could. Housed over the internet, your Pain Management EHR is easier to maintain while remaining protected against cybersecurity risks that other providers face. Only designated users are able to access the system through a secure login, connecting all of your practice technology.

2) ePrescriptions

Electronic Prescriptions, or ePrescriptions, are not new in the medical field, but the improvements surrounding how they are accessed and delivered sure are. The right Pain Management EHR can help you prescribe to your patients in a safer, more regulated, and specialty-specific way.

Specialists have access to geo-based pharmacy technology, enabling them to send prescriptions directly to the patient’s preferred pharmacy. They also have access to a comprehensive list of the most used medications by pain management specialists across the country, eliminating unhelpful data and streamlining your prescription process.

3) Mobile Capabilities

Cloud-based technology enables providers to take their Pain Management EHR on the go while still keeping patients safe. Mobile capabilities provided by a quality vendor not only keep data secure, but they improve the integrity and accuracy of your data. Providers can access and modify a patient chart at the time of encounter, making notes more accurate.

Mobile features in your Pain Management EHR also make it possible for your team to communicate with other staff members in a secure, HIPAA compliant, way and prescribe to patients on-the-go.

4) Diverse Patient Portal

Patient portals are a requirement in any Electronic Health Record, but only a few have the best tools to help your patients stay faithfully engaged.

Equipped with digital intake forms, your portal can help your patients jump the line, having completed their check-in process from home. Scheduling capabilities and reminders ensure that your patients never miss a check-up and always find an appointment that works for them. And a communication hub makes sure your patients can always ask questions the moment they come up.

5) Reporting Capabilities

Lastly, your Pain Management EHR should come with reporting templates that aid you in developing customized reports. This helps your team spend less time making documents for stakeholders and more time analyzing the numbers and taking action accordingly.

With the right reporting capabilities in your Pain Management EHR, your practice can get results that empower you to continue improving your practice each and every day.

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