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We will only truly advance healthcare
if we embrace this simple but powerful notion.

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EHR Optimization Software Solutions

We don't make the EHR.
We make it better.

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Physician Workflow
Applications

Physician Workflow
Applications

PatientKeeper offers a range of applications that automate and streamline physicians' clinical workflow -- delivered with a uniquely physician-friendly user experience

Financial Performance
Applications

Financial Performance
Applications

PatientKeeper helps hospitals and physician practices improve reimbursement and revenue assurance with electronic charge capture and related applications

Operations Optimization
Applications

Operations Optimization Applications

PatientKeeper solutions address specific business challenges that rank highly among hospital executives' strategic priorities

Benefits of Working With Us

We help improve the ROI
of your health IT.

Physician
Satisfaction

Streamline physician workflow to enhance provider satisfaction

Clinical
Care

Leverage innovative IT to improve patient outcomes
 

Organizational
Effectiveness

Maximize IT and clinical resources to optimize business performance

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How to make health IT the ally (vs. the enemy) of physicians

In 2018, a day in the life of a physician is dramatically different from what it was 20 years ago when I started practicing as a hospitalist. For starters, we are required to see more patients and handle more time-consuming administrative tasks. In addition, there are other factors that are making hospitals a more stressful, frustrating and dissatisfying work environment for physicians:

  • Explosion of medical information
  • Greater patient acuity
  • Rise in IT prevalence and complexity 

The irony in all of this is that while the third factor is a huge problem directly caused by IT, the first two circumstances have the potential to be vastly improved by IT. Believe it or not, we’re on the cusp of technology becoming a key part of the solution rather than a central part of the problem...