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Using electronic health records (EHRs) can help your small practice save long-term in a variety of areas. They help to reduce transcription costs and improve efficiency while also integrating more and more with robust PM solutions and enhancing communications with patients, clinicians, labs, and health plans.

Here are some of the fundamental benefits of EHR systems:

  • Better patient diagnostics
  • Cost savings through practice efficiency
  • Excellent care coordination
  • Improved patient care
  • Increased patient communications

EHR systems help you monitor your practice in ways not possible in the past.

- Dr. Domingo G. Aviado

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An EHR system can either help or hinder your small practice. The best EHR systems are those which allow you to provide high-value care to your patients, offer patient portals for better patient communications, and come with great technical and clinical support.

A national survey of doctors recently revealed that:

  • 79% of providers say their practice functions more efficiently with an EHR
  • 82% report that sending prescriptions electronically saves time
  • 68% of providers see their EHR as helpful when recruiting quality physicians
  • 75% of providers say they receive lab results faster with an EHR system
  • 70% report better data confidentiality when using an EHR system

Jamoom, E., Patel, V., King, J., & Furukawa, M. (2012, August). National perceptions of ehr adoption: Barriers, impacts, and federal policies. National conference on health statistics.

How Sky Methods Can Help

We have carefully evaluated the top EHR systems available to determine which have the best track record of success when it comes to keeping your practice organized and efficient. Our team of cloud software experts has also established strong relationships with these vendors to ensure you get the best functionality, flexibility, price, and customer service available.



Advanced Data Systems (ADS)

MedicsDocAssistant is certified for Meaningful Use Stage II and is ICD-10 ready. The system includes options for integrated practice management, billing, and revenue cycle management.


Allscripts Professional EHR is designed for small practices and offers strong interoperability with labs, Meaningful Use Stage II certification, and ICD-10 preparedness.


athenahealth's cloud-based system offers integrated practice management and billing software and Meaningful Use Stage II certification, as well as ICD-10 preparedness.


Cerner's EHR system is certified for Meaningful Use Stage II and ICD-10 ready. It offers integrated PM and billing systems, and aims to maximize physician and patient engagement.

eClinical Works

eClinical Works' 10e EHR includes electronic referrals, hospital interoperability, and data reporting on healthcare records.


EpicCare EHR offers an integrated PM system, Meaningful Use Stage II certification, and ICD-10 preparedness. Epic touts its interoperability across the continuum of care as a hallmark of the system.

General Electric

GE Centricity EHR is designed to interface with practice management systems in larger physician practices. It is customizable to individual workflows and promises seamless interoperability.


Kareo is a free, cloud-based EHR that is Meaningful Use Stage II certified and ICD-10 ready. It offers secure messaging, an integrated patient portal, and a comprehensive dashboard.


McKesson's EHR hosts an integrated PM system, is certified for Meaningful Use Stage II, and comes ICD-10 ready. It is both client-server and cloud-based.

Practice Fusion

Practice Fusion is a free, cloud-based EHR that organizes every feature into one local dashboard. It operates across all devices, is Meaningful Use Stage II certified, and ICD-10 ready.