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Another Client Joins the AMS Community

American Medical Software is pleased to announce the addition of Pediatric Care from Provo, Utah to the AMS client community. The office was very interested in our Lease-to-Purchase option which makes our already affordable software even more affordable. After experiencing our software through a live, personalized web demonstration, the practice noted that there is nothing our software can’t do that… Read more →

Meaningful Use Paves Way For Health IT Megatrends -Part 2

Meaningful Use Paves Way For Health IT Megatrends -Part 2

Patients Want Access to Data The third big trend will be “an enormous explosion in patient engagement,” including requiring that patients get access to all their data, anytime, without limitations. “Patients will have unfretted and instant access to their information in multiple formats,” Calman said. “The advocate community is very powerful [and] they are saying ‘what right does a doctor… Read more →

More Clients Join the AMS Community

American Medical Software is pleased to announce the additions of the Woodland Family Practice in Farmville, Virginia and Ahmad and Rana Pediatrics in Granite City, Illinois to the AMS client community. The office manager at Woodland Family Practice had used AMS at another practice and preferred it over other, slower ASP based systems. Using AMS, she will now be able… Read more →

Meaningful Use Paves Way For Health IT Megatrends -Part 1

Meaningful Use Paves Way For Health IT Megatrends -Part 1

Even if you’re still struggling to comply with Stage 1 Meaningful Use requirements of the HITECH Act’s $27 billion financial incentive program, there’s no time like the present to be looking ahead to Stages 2 and 3. And while the criteria for the next two stages won’t be finalized by the federal government for at least another year or two,… Read more →

More Clients Join the AMS Community

American Medical Software is pleased to announce the addition of 3 Behavioral Health providers in the Gastonia, North Carolina Area. Dr. Ramesh Gihwala viewed an online demo of the ONC certified AMS Electronic Medical Records Software. He really liked the Psych evaluation template and shared his experience with his colleagues at Impact Carolina in Lincolnton and Outreach Management in Gastonia…. Read more →

Region's Hospitals Aid Electronic-Records Push

Region’s Hospitals Aid Electronic-Records Push

Every hospital in central Ohio has signed up with a nonprofit group that will help doctors switch from paper to electronic health records. The Central Ohio Health Information Exchange announced yesterday that Ohio State University Medical Center and Nationwide Children’s Hospital have joined OhioHealth and Mount Carmel Health in the effort. In April 2010, then-Gov. Ted Strickland announced that the… Read more →

Another Client Joins the AMS Community

American Medical Software is pleased to announce the addition of Providers Direct, an internal medicine practice in Tucson, Arizona, to the AMS client community. The practice previously had two separate systems for billing and electronic medical records that did not interface with each other. American Medical Software provided the solution that enabled them to replace the two systems with one… Read more →

Digital Health Records a Reality

Digital Health Records a Reality

Katie Abramson carries her medical records wherever she goes in a thumb drive, while Mary Ann Peugeot can pull up her family’s health files simply by typing in a password. The Nashville women are early adopters of what could become the norm. Beginning Sunday, hospitals nationwide must start demonstrating how they use electronic health records in order to qualify for… Read more →

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