How Specialty Tailored Templates Can Help Improve Your Practice

Eighty-six percent of medical specialists agree specialty-driven electronic health record (EHR) systems are the driving trend in medical technology. While physicians recognize the value of these programs, deadlines, cost, and other factors have kept many practices from implementing an EHR with the correct templates.

Healthcare practitioners may be both surprised and relieved to know using templates that are specific to their practice is easier than ever.

Specialized Software for Specialized Care

When patients come to a specialist, they seek a particular kind of care, and they want the best care possible. If you want to provide that level of attention to your patients, an EHR for your specialty can help.

First, these systems have pre-built settings that flow the same way a specialty works. After all, pediatric practices operate differently from OB/GYN offices, for example.

Developers have learned from years of input how each specialty works. With this data, ChartLogic has made it easy to set up, build, and customize templates that make sense for your specific specialty. This means that you and your staff can spend less time setting up a new system. Most importantly, specialty-focused EHR templates can make it easier to meet incentive deadlines.

Because the templates are designed specifically for your specialty and not just general medicine, everything is ready for your staff. This means everyone can spend less time charting, and improved efficiency can help you save money. Errors alone account for significant costs when you keep lost productivity in mind. Most importantly, fewer medical errors mean safer patients, which is always the primary goal.

ChartLogic has created a variety of prebuilt EHR templates for many different specialties. These templates can be modified, customized, or even created from scratch to fit the specific needs of your practice.

Specialized Templates Within Orthopedic Practices

Orthopedic physicians and surgeons have different needs than other specialists. ChartLogic looked at years of orthopedic practice records to determine what the right template would look like. We discovered orthopedic health professionals need EHRs with all of the following features:

  • Can insert and edit any image within the EHR
  • Voice dictation that recognizes words you use every day in your specialty
  • Lab and x-ray results set up for your unique needs
  •  Intuitive workflow for orthopedic professionals
  • and much more! Learn more from a ChartLogic expert

That’s why we included all of these features and more into our EHR for orthopedic practices. These features are in addition to the main benefits of using specialized templates, such as easier note taking and time-saving measures.

Read more at chartlogic.com

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