Optimizing Revenues With a Pediatric EHR
When I’m told of a generic Electronic Health Record (EHR) deployed at a pediatrician’s practice, the image of a small child wearing a free-size shirt comes to my mind. In simpler terms, it is too big for the child.
Similar to the oversize shirt on a six-year-old analogy, a generic EHR has been built keeping in mind the specifics for adult care. With a Pediatric EHR Software, however, vendors have incorporated the requirements of pediatricians into this specialty-specific software.
In addition to children-specific ranges, different categories such as more precise dosage scales (as children have less intake capacity than adults), growth charts and pediatric templates are also available.
Stop viewing your EHR as a government-enforced requirement and start focusing on how your practice can benefit from it. Here’s how you can do so:
Customize your templates
There are numerous customizable templates including those for abdominal pain, weight loss and…
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