The healthcare marketplace is increasingly complex and getting more unmanageable by the week. Physicians and practice administrators are faced with a maddening new tangle of laws and codes that must be followed precisely, or claims go unpaid. It’s harder than ever to run a profitable medical practice. The good news is, we successfully manage this growing complexity and help clinics get paid on time, so doctors, nurses and everyone on the clinic team can focus on delivering better patient care.
HealthCo is an award-winning value-added reseller for GE Healthcare’s Centricity™ Practice Solution—a top EMR and practice management solution used by thousands of clinics across the nation. EMR and practice management software is essential to the profitability of any medical practice. Clinics rely on our strategic implementation, training, and support and appreciate that many of our core team members worked inside clinics before joining HealthCo. At HealthCo, we understand the clinic environment and where our services and software can help drive positive financial results.
We have the technology to solve many of the world’s most threatening diseases. Why do we still struggle to make disparate EMRs “communicate” to each other? The good news is those dark days are fast coming to a sunny end. Thanks to Hospital Connect—important new complementary functionality from GE Healthcare—clinics who use Centricity will now
Please join us for our upcoming “Clinic KPIs” Webinar on June 27th at 10:00 a.m. Pacific time. Given that we’ve reached the mid-year point, this is an excellent time to spend one hour focused on improving your KPI tracking methods. I will be hosting this highly interactive session, along with a guest subject matter expert.
Kim Cone was a HealthCo customer for 10 years at a cardiology clinic near Phoenix. At the time, she helped her clinic migrate from paper records to electronic medical records. “I always liked the people at HealthCo. They were incredibly helpful and friendly, so one day (eight years ago) I asked if they had any