Whether you are setting up a new ophthalmology practice or are reviewing your core business needs, you will be faced with countless choices ranging from functional details such as location and décor, to clinical technology investments. And then there’s the software that ties everything together. I opened a new practice about 11 months ago and have been chronicling my experiences in a series of articles for OphthalmologyWeb. When it came time to choose my electronic medical record (EMR) software, I selected Modernizing Medicine’s EMA Ophthalmology™ because of its ease of use, flexibility and the numerous benefits of having a cloud-based software system.
How did I know it was going to work for me and other ophthalmologists? Because I helped build it.
I looked at other EMR systems but none were built specifically for ophthalmologists like the Electronic Medical Assistant® (EMA™). I’m fortunate that I was able to help develop an EMR system with the exact features I wanted, and what many of my peers wanted:
- Native iPad application
- Ophthalmology-specific domain knowledge already built in – no templates or macros
- Ophthalmology-specific workflow
- Adaptive learning technology that remembers my preferences from patient to patient
I welcome the opportunity to tell you about EMA Ophthalmology and answer any questions you may have. In addition to reading more about the benefits I see from my choice of EMA Ophthalmology on OphthalmologyWeb, I hope you stop by to see how EMA works at Modernizing Medicine’s booth #4947 at the American Academy of Ophthalmology Annual Meeting from November 16-19 in New Orleans. And if you won’t make it to New Orleans, then request a demo from our trained team.
See you in the Crescent City!
The AuthorDavid Goldman
MD, EMA Ophthalmology Team Lead, Anterior Segment