A modern approach to
keeping healthcare records
IF YOU’RE A medical professional in a small
or medium-size practice, here’s a question for
you: How healthy is your business?
If your patient records, scheduling program, billing or other operations are still
paper based, your business probably isn’t
operating as efficiently as it could. Also, you
could be missing out on federal incentives for
upgrading to an electronic health records
(EHR) system. But most important, your
patients might not be getting the best care
available because critical medical information
is not readily available.
Many healthcare providers have been
reluctant to consider an EHR system because
of cost and complexity. But Costco has a solution: Allscripts My Way™, a program offered
through Etransmedia that combines an EHR
system with a practice-management component. The program is designed to handle all
phases of operations in a medical setting, all
at an affordable price.
“Upgrading a medical office’s records and
operations to an electronic system represents
a major commitment in time and money,”
says Costco program manager Jim Goforth.
“But the benefits can pay off in terms of mod-
ern, efficient operations and better healthcare
Costco member Greg Shilling, a podiatrist
who operates the Foot Care Center of
Harrisonburg, Virginia (www.harrisonburg.
podiatrists.com), switched to the Allscripts My
Way program last January. He had been keep-
ing patient records on Word documents.
For more information on this program and to
sign up, go to www.costcoehr.com.
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