Doctors looking for a certified selection in ambulatory electronic health records technology can now turn to NCG Medical.
NCG Medical, a leader in health information technology and practice management solutions, has earned national certification by the Office of the National Coordinator for both its Perfect Care EHR and Perfect Care EHR Lite electronic health records solutions.
The dual certification gives physicians and medical professionals key options when selecting electronic health record systems that meet federal requirements under the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act. The certified solutions can help doctors earn up to $64 thousand in payments from the government that offsets the cost of establishing the new electronic health records network.
"Many individual doctors and medical professionals have been waiting on taking the first step toward electronic health records until the simple solutions that work with their existing office management system were available," said Steven Thill, National Sales Manager. "Perfect Care EHR Lite and Perfect Care EHR meet those needs. Better yet, our technology is backed by a knowledgeable sales and support team that can provide users with the tools and education required to demonstrate meaningful use.''
- Perfect Care EHR Lite provides a cloud based simple pathway for doctors to demonstrate meaningful use of electronic health records and qualify for funding under the HITECH Act. Perfect Care EHR Lite can be installed in one day and works with existing practice management software. Perfect Care EHR Lite is upgradeable to the scale Perfect Care EHR solution. See demo.
- Perfect Care EHR offers a completely integrated solution for ambulatory medical professionals. Perfect Care EHR offers a truly paperless environment with document management, medical record, appointment scheduling and medical billing. See demo.
NCG Medical, based in Orlando, specializes in serving ambulatory physicians. NCG, a pioneer in the development of Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and now EHR solutions, serves thousands of medical professionals across the county.
Thill points out that 2011 is a critical year for doctors looking to start down the path to a certified EHR solution. This year medical professionals can qualify for a full year of federal grant payments if they demonstrate meaningful use of electronic health records for only three months. In future years, ambulatory medical professionals must show meaningful use for a full year.
"The time is now. The solutions are in place,'' Thill said. "NCG Medical understands the needs of our doctors and we are ready to assist with this vital transition.''