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Posted 01 October 2011 - 09:01 AM

Hello everyone, I hope I have placed this post effectively. : ) I need help and even though I revel in my nerd status i would love some imput from others:
I work for a medical company and we are in the process of going to Electronic Medical Recording or EMR, but we cannot find an effective tool for our group and frankly the ones that we have found are incredible expensive without delivering all the tools that we need.
I am adviseing the the practice to seek out someone who is willing to come in and do discovery although I do not know a fair price ? We currently are scanning from one program to another and have multiple programs in place that cannot communicate with each other effectively. We have different types of Physicians and each has some particular needs.
Well thats probably enough, but I would be happy for any input.

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Posted 01 October 2011 - 04:32 PM

My wife's company uses a program called Credible which I think was partially customized for them. I don't know to much about it but it might be worth looking into.
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