Allscripts Practice Management
Description de Allscripts Practice Management
Allscripts® Practice Management est une solution complète de gestion du cycle de revenus pour les cabinets médicaux et les grandes organisations hospitalières. Elle augmente votre efficacité opérationnelle et votre productivité en vous aidant à gérer la planification, les recouvrements, les réclamations et les refus.
Qui utilise Allscripts Practice Management ?
Allscripts PM est au service des établissements de soins ambulatoires, qu'ils soient de petite ou de grande taille.
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I Wish the PM Was More Seamless With the Clinical Module
Commentaires : Overall, it works because i have spent countless hours learning the complexities of the system. There are several things i wish they would do to integrate it more with the other software that Allscripts offers.
Works good. Easy to schedule patients. once you learn the complex system, you have a lot of control over the fine details.
I hate that it is so different from the EHR. The PM seems like it hasn't changed in 15 years, whereas the EHR has been updated, leaving the PM behind. It does have the stereotypical crashing issues that all Allscripts products do. Very complex setup. You need to be well versed in IT or have a professional IT person to setup the Scheduling templates.
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Allscripts PM Review 2022.
Commentaires : It has made life easier for the office staff to print out patient forms etc!
We like that it has multi functions for scheduling, patient charts, forms and link to the Allscripts billing payer path system.
That we can not fax or email directly from it.
Commentaires : It is so ancient. Not sure how they can say they are one of the best or leading in EHR?? Complete lie! Has any of the faculty or developers of this company ever seen any other EHR?? I'm guessing not. Maybe they should see some other EHRs or have experienced providers help them! You also get nickel and dimed on everything even when you pay majors dollars to have the program and have to continue to pay for services, monthly fees, and for every upgrade and added the feature. Their customer support is horrible because half the people don't know what they are doing.
Nothing. Well I guess I'm supposed to pretend that I like something to move forward, but I honestly cannot!
Everything from the layout, templates, workflow, e-scribing, how only one person can be in the note and you have to steal it or take it over in order to do your part. I can't even create a note on someone I saw last week because another provider had two charts open on this patient that needed to be finished. AND...I can't even view any of these open notes either even when I am following up on this patient and need to see some things. You have to enter each prescription and send separately. The search buttons for diagnosis, procedures, test, education is horrible. You need to be able to find one thing with multiple names medical and layman, most commonly used. The nurses should be able to put in their vitals and go into medication, history, social, family, etc.....at the same time I getting into the HPI, exam, diagnoses and plan. I should be able to see the entire note, every section, on one page so I don't have to do a tone of clicking to try and see everything. I want to see the entire note. I should also be able to see problem list, medications, and other things off to one side. If someone is trying to open a section I am in it just needs to let them know by saying "so and so is in this section right now do you really need to take it over as it wouldn't save anything." This was helpful with the last EMR I had at my last job as I could even ask the person it said was on if they could get out of the section if I needed them too. When you have a template, you should be able to select something, but still alter it. For eg. if you choose one of the already made master list options you can't even put anything before or after or in between the sentence. Even when entering days or weeks to some of these sections you should be able to free text and even put 2-3 weeks or whatever you need to put in there. It should be very easy to make templates and edit things. Have any of these developers ever went into a medical office to even see how busy and complicated it is. It needs so much work. It is SOO old school!! I seriously am so frustrated, I can't even understand how this business is still successful?? I'm honestly going to spread the word on this program as it is the worst investment ever. Also when running reports it doesn't capture everything. Also isn't very helpful for meaningful use.
Commentaires : Straight forward and easy to use. There isn't a very large learning curve which makes it easy for experienced admins to jump right in.
Allscripts has come a long way in the last 10 years making certain features and reconciling processes easy to use. The software is straight forward and I appreciate that in a full service RCM software. I also like that it integrates with other software making it easier to utilize across companies.
There are few cons with Allscripts. It is a great software for the clinician but also for the administrative team.
Allscripts is absolutely the worst EMR that I have worked with
Commentaires : Absolutely horrible, and impedes patient care.
It does not auto populate information for exams that I haven't done such as a cranial nerve exam. But, then again, it doesn't really auto populate anything.
I have used a number of EMR's. Epic, Cerner, Sunrise, EMA, Office Ally. I frequently use many of these due to working at different hospitals. This EMR was not friendly to use when I started to use it, approximately 1.5 years ago. A recent upgrade to the '184' version has made use absolutely atrocious. I am a surgeon. I yesterday did a case and it took over 30 minutes to sign a consent - this is AFTER talking to the patient and relates ONLY to getting the computer to cooperate. Instead of being able to sign the consent when I talk to the patient, I must talk to the patient, the patient and nurse must sign it in person / on the computer, it must be then sent to my computer inbox, then I must go find a computer that allows privileges for me to log on as not all of the computers seem to allow my profile to be loaded correctly, and THEN the consent must load correctly. The patient had to sign the consent FOUR times for it to load correctly, delaying the case by 30 minutes. While we have Dragon, I am unable to directly dictate into the system and must do time consuming copy and paste. The system seems to be designed around the computer: maximizing the number of clicks that must be performed in order to perform a simple task. I am now also unable to enter any orders from off site. While I can to log in securely log in, the system has been 'upgraded' such that there is NO option for a screen resolution that will allow me to see the complete order button. This EMR belongs in 1995.