March 6, 2013: Bizmatics is a market leader in electronic medical record and practice management software has announced that PrognoCIS, their fully integrated EHR medical software, has received top honors by Black Book Rankings in Best EHR Functionality Performance for Clinical Workflow & Encounter Management. In addition to being recognized for its overall functionality and performance, PrognoCIS also received the following Black Book honors:
- #1 Choice in EHR systems for practices with 6 to 25 physicians
- #1 Top EHR Vendor Ambulatory for Internal Medicine
- #1 Top EHR Vendor Ambulatory for General Surgery
PrognoCIS is used by thousands of healthcare providers nationwide to improve care continuity and coordination. It features clinical decision support tools, resources to evaluate quality and cost of care, and other tools that allow healthcare professionals to improve patient safety, reduce care costs overall, and obtain stimulus payments for meaningful use.
Black Book Rankings is recognized globally as the unbiased source for polling, surveys, and market research. Their annual health IT surveys are much-anticipated in the healthcare community. This year’s survey investigated approximately 422 EHR vendors used by more than 12,000 validated EHR users nationwide. They collected results on 18 performance areas of operational excellence.
In the Black Book Rankings for 2012, Bizmatics was recognized as one of the top 20 best physician EHR vendors. They were also highly ranked in numerous categories such as Orthopedic Surgery, Internal Medicine and Primary Care. PrognoCIS was previously named one of the top 10 cloud-based EMR systems by KLAS Research. They also received Surescripts’ prestigious White Coat of Quality distinction earlier this year for excellence in e-prescribing and their dedication to patient safety.
“PrognoCIS EMR’s repeated recognition is a testament to the company’s hard work and continuous medical software improvements,” says Bizmatics CEO Vinay Deshpande. “Bizmatics has set the standard for reliable medical record technology, patient safety and ease of use.”
Author: Chris Ferguson