OmniMD is one of the leading providers of Health IT solutions in the industry. It is a cloud-based electronic health record (EHR) and practice management (PM) solution that helps users manage patient care, clinical tasks, and financial health. The company also provides medical billing services for practices that consider outsourcing their medical billing. It is MACRA/MIPS ready and ONC-HIT as well as Meaningful Use Stage III certified.
Introduced in 2001, OmniMD EHR solutions now cater to 2,000 providers across the United States. The solution comes with specialty-specific templates that can be tailored to meet the unique needs of a practice. For example, for data entry, it offers free text boxes, check-boxes, and voice dictation. Besides, the software can interface with radiology sites and laboratories.
The vendor also offers practice management software and medical billing services that can be used separately or as a suite of services with their EHR. The EHR platform is HL7 compatible and supports integration with multiple clinical devices. Users can easily integrate data directly into the patient’s chart and capture discrete elements to generate reports and analytics such as x-rays, vitals, sonograms, EKGs, echocardiograms, pacemakers, MRIs, and more.
The platform’s patient engagement module is easy to work with and accessible online. OmniMD offers an online bill payment interface, secure messaging, lab tests, and automatic appointment reminders.
OmniMD EHR Pricing: The pricing plan for this EMR solution starts at $250.00 per month, per user.
OmniMD EHR Support: It offers business hours of support.
Free Trial: Yes.
Deployment: Web-Based, Cloud, SaaS.
OmniMD EHR Pros: The vendor provides continued support as their support team is highly professional. It is very easy to use and user-friendly. They offer great EHR and billing features. This cost-effective solution meets the general needs of an EHR.
OmniMD EHR Cons: Sometimes hard for users to manage documentation. Some of their features are cumbersome because they take too many steps to complete the process.