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Practice size using OpenEMR

TrueNorth
2013-08-17
2013-09-27
  • TrueNorth
    TrueNorth
    2013-08-17

    Looking at implementing OpenEMR for a practice of 13 providers. Primary care. Could users out there please respond with the size of your practice (provider wise) and specialty that are using OpenEMR.

    Thanks

     
  • fsgl
    fsgl
    2013-08-18

    Polling with radio buttons would be a nice feature in this instance.

    1, Ophthalmology.

     
    • TrueNorth
      TrueNorth
      2013-08-19

      cool idea- Will try to figure that out

      Thanks

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      Polling with radio buttons would be a nice feature in this instance.

      1, Ophthalmology.

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  • Pieter W
    Pieter W
    2013-08-18

    True North,

    take a dive into the WIKI pages swimming pool.

    May be you should rephrase your question.

    Suggestions that need answers:
    1. Where do you want to implement?
    2. What are the financial resources?
    3. How are the clients connected with each doctor?
    4. How are the revenues of the work provided collected and paid?
    5. What language do the patients and doctors speak up in True North?
    6. Do the Doctors use ICPC or ICD for coding of the encounters?

    More important question is not "if can it be done" but what do you want to accomplish. Twenty doctors in one space working together is easy with OpenEMR, but you need the infrastructure.

    YES it can be done, but depending on your doctor<=>patient relationship OpenEMR might need some fine-tuning.

    Remember: OpenEMR is an International product and even Primary Care differs a lot and depends for its IT implementation on very many different options.

    I am a General Physician in Curacao, working more or less as General physicians (primary Care) like it is done in the Netherlands(>15 Million inhabitants). But even my small country setting there are many differences in providing health care between doctors for the 150.000 inhabitants of our Country.

    Maybe, fsgl is willing to show us how to make a poll with one of the many free sites available, so we might get an up to date impression on WHO is using, and HOW is it done and more relevant questions, so we can make an up to date WIKI page for persons interested in OpenEMR.

    ALSO: There might even be a doctor within not to far distance willing to show you how OpenEMR is implemented in their place.

     
    • TrueNorth
      TrueNorth
      2013-08-19

      Thanks Pieter- I am familiar with implementing OpenEMR in the 1-3 provider space. As we expand and start promoting we may get inquiries from larger practices. It would be helpful to reference practices with >5 providers in a traditional setting. I am going to build a survey monkey and post.

       
  • ss_oop
    ss_oop
    2013-09-27

    i want to know is OpenEMR suitable for medical college and hospital of large size like AIMS in Delhi.
    regards

     
  • ViSolve
    ViSolve
    2013-09-27

    Hi,
    OpenEMR is an ambulatory EHR. The same topic is discussed in this thread OpenEMR in Hospitals

    Thanks
    OpenEMR Customization/Support provider,
    ViSolve,Inc
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