Time is running out before doctor's offices and hospitals are penalized for the lack of Electronic Medical Record systems.
Baecore can help you navigate the many options available whether in office automation, prescription processing, e-prescriptions and
even full EMR implementation. Baecore Group goes beyond traditional consulting. We understand business models and practices,
innovative technology, systems integration, automation, and educational solutions that are tailored to your needs.
As a Chicago-based company, we work with you to ensure selection of the right and right-sized solution for your medical practice.
Baecore works closely with you to fully implement EMR solutions and collaboratively conform your business processes to the new
systems. Our goal is always to minimize the impact to your business that this type of transition can bring and, at the same time,
improving improve your processes to help your business continue forward. Baecore provides assistance around:
Software and hardware selection
CCHIT 2011 & HIPPA compliancy
Maximizing rebates and incentives
Business process analysis and re-engineering
Training for office, IT and medical staff
Continued support for your practice
With more government healthcare and EMR mandates looming and new deadlines fast approaching, Baecore can make sure your office
stays ahead of the game to maximize profit, minimize staff disruption and workload increases, now and into the future. EMR is a moving
target and leading edge technology. Baecore will keep you on track to realize all the benefits and avoid pitfalls of EMR selection,
implementation, training and support.
Achieved Results/Case Studies
Selection of EHR system requiring the maintaining of existing systems
The practice took advantage of incentives from local hospitals and labs providing a cost reduction of nearly 60%
The selected EMR had many of the procedures and services already modeled, for a shorter implementation time,
reduced interruption of patient flow and less staff disruption
Implementation done without requiring changes to existing electronic systems