When it comes to Podiatry EMR software, not all systems are created equal. Having a reliable electronic health record solution that is 2014 Edition certified and ICD-10 ready is of the utmost importance for Podiatry Practices looking to attest for Meaningful Use, improve quality of care and increase revenue. Many practices are learning this the hard way, specifically those using TRAKnet Podiatry EMR.
After TRAKnet’s previous owners suddenly went out of business and decided to sell the EMR and Practice Management platform in 2013, users of the software have begun experiencing problems, resulting in more and more podiatry practices seeking an alternative for their EMR and billing needs. 1st Providers Choice is one of the leading Podiatry EMR solutions that physicians are turning to – both for the quality of our EMR/PM system and the dedication of our staff.
1st Providers Choice has a data conversion utility set up that makes it easy for our technicians to move EMR and patient data over. We also offer the possibility of converting transactions and patient financial data, something that few vendors offer. Because we have experience performing EMR data conversions from most major EMR systems, we know what files to look for and how to minimize the pain of moving from one system to another.
The different categories of data we can convert include:
- Patient demographics
- Patient visit notes
- The multimedia folder
- Scans and images
- Labs and test results
- Other clinical data
- Insurance companies
- Referring doctors
- Patient schedules
To start the TRAKnet data conversion process, all we need is a backup of your important data files. Our technicians will log in to your system remotely, convert your valuable patient and billing data in real time, and transfer it to the new system. Your data will never leave your facility and your patient data will be completely secure.
If you would like to convert your TRAKnet data to 1st Providers Choice’s highly rated Podiatry EMR software, we can help. Call 480-782-1116 today to get started!