For over 35 years, Henry Schein MicroMD has been providing a comprehensive set of tools for healthcare providers. The company serves to around 2,700 medical practices representing over 14,000 physicians. It provides electronic medical records (EMR) and practice management (PM) solutions to medical practices as well as community health centers.
While MicroMD’s practice management system meets the needs of almost all specialties, its EHR is designed specifically for certain practices, including cardiology, urgent care, family medicine, pediatrics, and dermatology. The software’s EHR functionalities include patient record keeping, e-prescribing, patient portal, scheduling, document manager, lab integrations, and billing.
The Henry Schein MicroMD EHR platform is fully certified for Meaningful Use and allows users to choose the level of support they need for their practice. It is available in platinum, gold, and silver tiers. The solution helps practices eliminate paper-based operations and streamlines daily practice tasks. Users can request training and local implementation through the multiple MicroMD local resellers that spread all across the US.
Users can choose between cloud-based or on-premise deployment options. MicroMD can be tailored to suit the specific needs of a medical specialty. It allows users to store and capture documents and then share them across the practice and even multiple sites.
MicroMD EHR Pricing: The pricing plan for this solution starts at $599.00 per month, per user.
MicroMD EHR Support: Henry Schein MicroMD offers online and business hours support.
MicroMD EHR Pros: The company allows users to customize the solution without having to pay extra fees or calling support. It offers separate templates for different doctors and conditions. Users can get a seamless transition to ICD-10. On top of this, their PM system is very user-friendly. There are options to generate multiple financial reports. Overall, the software is intuitive and full of useful features.
MicroMD EHR Cons: Maintenance fees and annual support charges are high. The EMR and PM systems do not integrate really well.