Enhanced Usability Update Announced for PrognoCIS EHR Software

Author: PrognoCIS Marketing | July 26th, 2012 | Enhanced Usability Update Announced for PrognoCIS EHR Software

July 26, 2012: Electronic medical records software developer Bizmatics is announcing the release of a new version of their Prognocis EMR & Practice Management System. Launched July 26, 2012, the new V2BN9 EMR software includes enhanced features for both the EMR and Practice Management modules of its system. With this new version, PrognoCIS hopes to increase usability and efficiency for providers while improving patient care.

This release makes Bizmatics one of the first five EMR vendors to offer network-to-network provider connectivity certified by Surescripts. This feature eliminates the need to send faxes, which allows for faster and guaranteed delivery of critical patient data. The update also includes significant enhancements for Meaningful Use reporting to help providers receive all stimulus incentive funds for EMR use.

Other new EMR features include support for World Health Organization growth charts, bi-directional Quest lab interface and a powerful new OB/GYN EMR module. The update also offers exciting enhancements for patients, who will now be able to complete medical history forms online and check themselves in for an appointment using an iPad or tablet.

“We continuously strive to automate clinical operation, thereby bringing efficiency in workflows and accuracy in information.” says Bizmatics CEO Vinay Deshpande. “It’s exciting to see major feature enhancements across our entire solution in cloud. We are committed to usability and automation, and this release is a major step towards it.”

The software update also includes new features for the PrognoCIS practice management module, including complete support of Tertiary Billing workflow, Employer Billing workflow and Rural Health billing with Ub04 institutional claims through electronic data interchange. There is also a new functionality to decrease delays in claims submission. Another significant addition involves patient payment plans and readable attachments from clearing houses like Gateway.

Author: Chris Ferguson