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Pain Management EMR Software Buyer's Guide

K Marsh
  • by K Marsh ,
  • Last Updated: 10 Oct, 2017 2:42 PM

Pain management is all about improving the quality of life of patients suffering from chronic pain. Pain management supports and accelerates the process of healing injuries. EMR geared specially towards pain management must take into account its varying needs and requirements from an electronic health record software solution, that expedites the workflow process.

Features of Pain Management EMR Software

Templates – To make Soap notes personalized to specialty needs, pain management emr has specific templates that relate to pain management. These include:

  • Arthritis
  • Epidural
  • Joint pain
  • Back pain
  • Nerve blocks
  • Chronic headaches
  • Infusion pump replacements
  • Botulinum injections

ICD/CPT Coding – To ensure efficient and accurate billing a pain management EMR (electronic medical record) should concern with ICD-10 and CPT codes specific to the specialty. Unrelated codes will only choke the EMR unnecessarily.

Lab Interface and Equipment Integration – Many systems integrate directly into operating room vitals monitoring machines, allowing the physician to track patient progress during surgery. In addition, these programs should allow for easy importing of results from laboratory, radiology and other diagnostic tests, reducing the need for manually importing data.

Pre & Post-Op Care – Pain management specific electronic medical record should have separate templates for pre and post-operation note taking and pain tracking.

e-Prescribing and Tracking – e-prescribing allows for direct prescribing to pharmacies and tracking of patient doses. Renewal of prescriptions becomes as easy as the click of a button, a feature that is indispensable in cases where patients depend on medication for pain relief.

Interactive Diagrams – Interactive diagrams help pain management practitioners locate and document areas of pain and are tied directly to treatment.

How to Choose Pain Management EHR Software

There are countless pain management EHR vendors that provide the software you need. To narrow the selection down to those that fill your requirements as a specialty as well as a medical practice you need to keep a few things in mind.

Size – Some vendors cater better to large practices while some are best suited to smaller ones. Electronic medical record systems are designed keeping a certain number of users, scalability and support required in mind. When selecting a vendor keep in mind the size of your practice.

System Design – The choice, essentially, is between installation of the software in your on-site computer server, or cloud-based software that is available anywhere via Internet. Which system a practice goes for depends on their personal choice and comfort level. Some doctors feel more comfortable having the system on their computer server because they feel this is more compliant with HIPAA requirements, while others need to have access to their database wherever they are. You’ll need to shortlist vendors who fulfill your needs in this department.

Certification – It makes sense to make sure the software you’re going to purchase is certified. For pain management the certification you should be looking out for is by the ONC-Authorized Testing and Certification Body (“ONC-ATCB”). They are responsible for making sure your vendor meets Meaningful Use objectives and is HIPAA compliant.

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