Practice EHR: Empowering Medical Practices through Simplified Solutions
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Practice EHR: Empowering Medical Practices through Simplified Solutions

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Khurshid Mughal, Chief Executive Officer, Practice HERKhurshid Mughal, Chief Executive Officer, Practice EHR
Medical practices deal with the loss of money and time, owing to the complicated administrative tasks and lengthy implementation processes involved in traditional software systems and legacy management practices. Often, the inefficiencies within legacy EHR systems take up doctors’ productive hours away from diagnosing and treating patients, thereby depleting patient experience and retention. Amidst such predicaments, healthcare providers today demand a simple and scalable software solution that can streamline their workflows and deliver a seamless user experience. Emphasizing the importance of reliable healthcare tools, Khurshid Mughal, Chief Executive Officer at Practice EHR, says, “Medicine is complicated, but operating a medical practice doesn’t have to be.” Practice EHR offers a suite of medical practice management solutions that simplify the workflows, automate the processes, and streamline the implementation processes. Practice EHR offers a wide range of solutions from fully integrated, all-inclusive electronic health record (EHR) and practice management (PM) software, to clearinghouse and revenue cycle management (RCM) solutions.

“We deliver a smooth and intuitive workflow for clinicians and staff so they can complete their tasks quickly and efficiently,” says, Chris Baltas, Chief Business Development Officer at Practice EHR. Practice EHR’s powerful platform was built to address the major challenges faced by the healthcare industry such as implementation, customer service, and productivity.

With over 30 years of healthcare industry experience, the team at Practice EHR has proven its expertise in initiating cloud data migration, lab and hospital integrations, and other claims-related tasks of its medical clients. When it comes to addressing customer service challenges, the company offers role-specific training and gives clients access to their IT support team 24/7. As the company’s products are full-featured and user-friendly, it simplifies the workflow and enhances the productivity. By working directly with the physician and the office manager, Practice EHR learns a client’s needs and provides a solution with specialty-specific workflows and code sets to improve the accuracy and efficiency of care delivery and reimbursements. As clients can access Practice EHR’s cloud-based solutions from anywhere at any time, providers have more mobility and more time to see and treat patients.

Chris Baltas, Chief Business Development Officer, Practice EHR

In addition, they save money by eliminating the overhead costs of servers, IT support, and system maintenance.

The company’s in-depth domain knowledge in managing the revenue cycle process results in a boosted financial performance for clients with timely automated claims processing and improved accuracy. The company leverages its unique and fully-integrated clearinghouse, built from the ground up to minimize claim rejections by instantly flagging inaccurate charges, thereby reducing the rate of rejection and increasing the efficiency and accuracy of claims processing.


We deliver a smooth and intuitive workflow for clinicians and staff so they can complete their tasks quickly and efficiently

- Chris Baltas, Chief Business Development Officer at Practice EHR

Delivering a positive customer experience is the core philosophy of Practice EHR, which is evident from the seamless user experience it caters and the effortlessness to learn and implement their solutions. The solutions are tailored for different medical specialties and can scale up or down based on clients’ specific needs. In addition, the team of seasoned professionals at Practice EHR provides expert assistance for clients throughout the entire process, empowering them to deliver better care for their patients, while achieving more profits and elevating the patient experience.

Supporting more than 1,000 physicians and 23 different specialties now, Practice EHR aims to expand its footprint in existing and new markets, to include larger practices, hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, and urgent care centers. The company plans to continue to simplify and automate the workflows of medical practices, driving improved efficiency, accuracy, and revenue of its existing and future clients. In the future, Practice EHR looks forward to investing heavily in artificial intelligence to further improve workflow automation, and enhance the overall user experience for clients.

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Company
Practice EHR

Headquarters
Plano, TX

Management
Khurshid Mughal, Chief Executive Officer and Chris Baltas, Chief Business Development Officer

Description
Practice EHR offers a suite of medical practice management solutions that simplify the workflows, automate the processes, and streamline implementation processes. The company eases the burden on medical practices, long-term care facilities, and home healthcare providers through its fully integrated, all-inclusive electronic health record (EHR) and practice management (PM) software, and clearinghouse and revenue cycle management (RCM) solutions. Clients can access Practice EHR’s solutions from anywhere at any time to have more mobility and more time to see and treat patients. In addition, they can also save money by eliminating the overhead costs of servers, IT support, and system maintenance

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Practice EHR and and TreatWrite Integrate Into a Single Solution

In a strategic partnership, TreatWrite’s patient documentation system for speech, occupational and physical therapy practices is integrating with Practice EHR’s practice management system to provide one comprehensive solution for its clients, the companies announce.

With Practice EHR, TreatWrite customers will gain access to a full suite of practice management features including scheduling, secure messaging, reporting and billing. Together, the combined solutions will provide one integrated, specialty-specific solution that enables progress-tracking documentation and streamlined day-to-day operations.

“TreatWrite is pleased to be able to provide a one-stop solution for our clients that is user-friendly, features the best of both systems, and is designed to meet the allied health professional’s unique clinical, administrative and financial needs,” says Gretchen Bebb, owner of TreatWrite, in a media release.

“We are thrilled to partner with Practice EHR because we can now offer simple workflows and streamlined automation that seamlessly integrate with TreatWrite. We already have clients who have seen the systems and are eager to put this solution in place.”

The partnership will allow TreatWrite to expand to larger allied health facilities, and Practice EHR to further expand their offerings to the allied health space, the release notes.

“Practice EHR is honored to work with TreatWrite on a solution designed specifically to support the needs of the allied health professionals they serve,” states Chris Baltas, chief business development officer at Practice EHR.

“This partnership helps allied health professionals treat patients and operate their practice from one, easy-to-use solution.”

Practice EHR Takes Customer Service to Next Level with Implementation Manager

PLANO, TEXAS: Practice EHR, a leading provider of cost-effective, cloud-based medical practice solutions, is proud to announce Karna Morrow, CPC, RCC, CCS-P, as the company’s new implementation manager.

Morrow has spent nearly three decades in the healthcare industry. From leading electronic health record implementations, to providing consulting and training for a variety of healthcare organizations, she brings a wealth of experience to Practice EHR.

“Practice EHR continues to grow and expand into new markets and clinical specialties,” said Chris Baltas, chief business development officer at Practice EHR. “Karna’s depth of knowledge and passion for the customer experience, enables us to provide the best training, service and solutions to future and existing clients."

Morrow will support growth and client retention by leading initiatives aimed at improving the overall implementation experience, training and client education. With her guidance, Practice EHR will launch educational resources in 2020 to help clients better understand changes to the code sets, the rules for ordering advanced imaging and MIPS reporting.

“I care deeply about bridging the gap of the clinical and business sides of medicine,” said Morrow. “I am thrilled to join Practice EHR to help educate practices on how to leverage their software without compromising patient care or compliance. By providing quality training and education, we not only ensure the best experience for our clients, but we also set them up for success.”