Physician’s Practice — January 9, 2014
Internal medicine physician Amy Patel opted for a more streamlined, Web-based (also referred to as “cloud-based”) EHR when she opened her solo practice, Jersey City Medical Care in Jersey City, N.J., in May, in lieu of the EHR she had worked with for several years in her previous practice.
“The old one requires the physician to make a lot of different templates for one note,” says Patel, who now uses a CareCloud EHR. “With the CareCloud system, everything’s right there. You can just input it and save one main template, and when your patient comes in, all your meaningful use data is there for the visit.”