1. More focus on patient care. Less time spent with double-entry of findings and less room for error and confusion that is inevitable in hand-written notes. Simple and consistent SOAP note formatting gives you uniform documentation throughout your clinic.
  2. More professional image. Physicians have already started using EMR systems and come to expect the same from other medical professionals.
  3. Reduce supply costs. Average cost of paper charts can be anywhere from $3 to $6 in raw materials per new patient. That may not sound like much, but if your practice sees 50 new patients per month, using paper charts can reduce your annual gross income by $3500.
  4. Streamline scheduling. Accessing your schedule from anywhere allows for better communication between front office and back office. Why wait to find out if you can squeeze in a marketing physician visit on Wednesday, when you could view it right from your iPhone? Don’t be chained to the office to see your schedule or any of your employees’ schedules at anytime.
  5. Anywhere access to patient information. Spend less time in the office digging through paper charts. As soon as you have documented on a patient, the information is available for your staff to view regardless of where you are. Billing is expedited and chart access is all in one place- right on your computer.
  6. Faster return on Investment. No more messy storage areas or valuable real estate taken up by large file cabinets. Save on paper costs, copy toner, fax machine maintenance, all while improving productivity and reimbursement per patient.
  7. See more patients. More streamlined and structured interoffice processes helps everyone focus on their roles in the practice. We like to say that when WebPT allows you to see 1 more patient in a day, you have already paid for your EMR system for the month.
  8. Up-to-date biling codes. With RAC audits and the importance of Medicare compliance, WebPT takes the stress out of audit visits from outside agencies. With built-in alerts, CCI edits, and other compliance safeguards, EMRs help to eliminate errors and improve therapists’ documentation compliance.
  9. More accurate billing. Send billing claims the first time with cleaner claims resulting in faster claim reimbursement. With an EMR, you are able to streamline and automate clinical and financial processes all into one system.
  10. Data protection in case of disaster. Protected Health Information and HIPAA compliance are of the utmost importance. Housing paper charts in unlocked cabinets or maintaining your own server in the “secure storage closet” is no way to be compliant. A true web-based EMR maintains your documentation and patient information in servers housed in a secure environment and releases you of the burden and liability.
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