ChiroSuiteEHR is a cloud-based chiropractic Electronic Health Record (EHR) solution that helps in healthcare practice management and billing. Key features include electronic medical records management, medical billing, medical accounting, patient scheduling, managing radiology information and picture archiving. The solution is a combination of ChiroPadEMR and ChiroOffice solution offered by Life Systems Software.
ChiroOffice's Practice Management capabilities facilitate patient scheduling, insurance processing, electronic claims filing and more. The solution allows practices to check-in the patient with ChiroOffice and activate their record on ChiroPad.
ChiroPad is SOAP note documentation system for entering and maintaining patient exam information and documentation. It also provides an integrated narrative report writing feature. Doctors can enter spinal findings, assessments, diagnosis ICD 9 codes, modalities and office visit status via ChiroPad.
ChiroSuiteEHR offers X-Charge integration to process debit and credit cards. Support is offered through email, phone and via an online help portal.
Joel P. Especialidad: Hospital y atención sanitaria Número de empleados: 2-10 empleados
We used this software for 10+ years and absolutely loved it. It has an office side of things that made logical sense, but at time had drawbacks that we worked around. It had great reporting so we could keep a pulse on how AR and Collections were in the office with the click of a button. Statements were simple to generate and print, as was patient information, as it was housed in an easy-to-use format. Our billing and insurance department misses this software terribly, and as we switched to another software vendor, they remind us daily how nice things for them were. From a provider perspective, the notes and system were second to none. We had attorneys call us and tell us how much they liked our notes, even though they housed the exact same information from note to note (not always of course), because this software has random text generation. A T6-L listing (or PLS or whatever) will come up in a note 10 different ways, and all we have to do is click one button to re-generate a note. I miss this software terribly for this side of things. The provider side was completely customizable, we could add any text, any macros, and information that we needed for an examination/note, and changing/editing them was a breeze, no double clicks, just a single click and start typing if we had to add something. PLUS, it was EHR/EMR compliant for PQRS and Meaningful Use. ChiroOffice: we miss you!
Alright, if you have read the pros about how much we loved the software, you'll notice we no longer use it. We have a rather large patient base, and the background database is not SQL, but is Microsoft Access, which has a 2GB limit, at which point you will either start to lose data, or have to do a compact/repair daily to ensure that you don't go above the amount. This was frustrating as we have 10K+ patients. I know that we are told that size isn't important, but let's be honest, if this software were bigger, we wouldn't have changed software. For scheduling, we had to use another software as we are PT/Chiropractic/Medical/Massage and it wouldn't 100% work with what we wanted to do, so we had to use something different. Finally, though we had to compact repair, it was a very stable piece of software, we never actually lost any patient data. Though this is under "con", I ran out of room under "pro".
Joel P. Especialidad: Práctica médica Número de empleados: 13-50 empleados
I'll be honest, if we could switch back to this software without any downtime, we would do it in a heartbeat. No matter what we didn't like, it was worth it for the notes. Without our notes, it's like we didn't do anything, especially if we are submitting notes for a trial or insurance company. With the click of the lightning bolt button, I could have a new note every second. Notes looked professional, and it was a government-compliant EHR solution. I reached out to the company a few weeks ago, and they have migrated to SQL to mitigate size problems, but transferring 20K+ patients to a new database, combined with downtime wouldn't make it worth my time. BUT if you are looking for great notes-taking software and billing, this is your best bet.
Best part: Random note generation. You can choose to have a listing, and specifics about muscle tonicity in less than 10 seconds, and then generate 10-20 different notes based on those findings. Attorneys loved our notes, they specifically referred patients to our office for the detailed notes that didn't look cookie-cutter! Reviewing patient information was simple, both financial and notes/intake.
The scheduling part of the software was a little clunky. We ended up using another piece of software for the scheduling. The software also had an upper end size as it was based in a database (Access?) that could only be as large as 2GB. They have since changed this, but as we are a larger office, we switched to a different software before they implemented this change.