selects OpenEMR as its Electronic Medical Records software

OpenEMR is a medical management software that is ONC Complete Ambulatory EHR certified that features integrated electronic medical records, care coordination, scheduling, and more.


  • adopted OpenEMR to help drive up efficiency and time savings for Concierge Team Members and Patient Care Coordinatiors.
  • The implementation positions for accelerated growth and scalability of its concierge and care coordination staff.
  •  The implementation accelerates the pace at which can scale by leveraging the book of business for USA surgical price transparency and online surgery shopping and care coordination.
Monday, July 8, 2019

Online surgery price shopping marketplace, announced today that it has selected OpenEMR for use by care concierge team members because of the high-value, ONC certification, and the rich features it offers to be able to connect with hospitals,  surgery centers, surgeons and other platform providers.

With this software, SurgeryShopper’s patient care concierge team members will be able to communicate electronically with surgeons, ASCs, hospitals and other ancillary providers about patient demographics, insurance coverage, patient logistics and flow, appointment confirmations, recall reminders, and also communicate with patients via email and SMS. The system features HIPAA compliant CCDA and Basic FHIR interoperability, tracks pre-operative labs and diagnostic imaging procedures, medications, and more. It also gives Patient care coordinators access to full coding including CPT, HCPCS, ICD9, ICD10 and SNOMED codes, since already uses these codes to list procedures in the database.

SurgeryShopper will also implement OpenEMR’s patient portal within then next two weeks giving access to patients so that they may complete forms, view appointments, deadlines for pre-operative orders and engage with concierge team members during their follow up period after surgery. uses this information to measure and monitor clinical and satisfaction outcomes and report back to providers.

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