Chronic pain physician board certified and recertified by the American Board of Anesthesiology, American Board of Anesthesiology in the Subspecialty of Pain Medicine, American Board of Pain Medicine, American Board of Medical Acupuncture and a Fellow of Interventional Pain Practice, World Institute of Pain. Affiliated with St Johns Mercy Medical Center in St Louis, MO for 25 years.
"With the advent of pay for performance and evidence-based medicine, Praxis responded with the ability to prospectively study your practice and show proof that you achieve the highest standard of care."
Advancements in technology coupled with leading-edge endoscopic surgical devices have made the early diagnosis and treatment of colon and rectal surgery far more successful today. A key part of this technology is the surgeon's Electronic Medical Record (EMR/EHR) system. The best EHR system allows a colon and rectal surgery specialist to work easily and intuitively while keeping an exacting focus on the surgery at hand rather than on cumbersome and distracting EHR templates. Praxis template-free EHR uses AI technology to make surgeries and procedures, including Colon and Rectal Surgery, safer, easier, and more effective.
Colorectal surgeons work long hours under stressful circumstances, which unfortunately has led to an increasing level of physician burnout over the past 10 years. Many template-based EHRs can make stress worse, with clunky template or picklist systems, poor usability, and repetitive, time-consuming data entry. Praxis is different from most EHRs with its AI engine that adjusts to the physician user, getting faster and more intuitive with daily use. Praxis is the best option for a surgical practice because it lets the surgeon spend less time dealing with their EHR and more focusing on their procedures and patients.
Praxis' EHR system assists surgeons in practicing the best medicine possible by enabling a higher quality of medicine that gets progressively faster and easier. Praxis' concept processing technology automates patient visits, clinical queries, and helps physicians perfect habits with decision support. Meaninful Use is one example of the technology that uses just in time reminders to ask exactly the right questions at the right time when a similar case arises.
Praxis is the #1 EHR for Colon and Rectal surgery for its ability to adapt to a surgeon's preferences enabling easy and intuitive documentation. Overall, Praxis EMR enables a colon and rectal surgeon to provide the highest quality of care possible to each and every patient.
The relationship between surgeon and patient is of utmost importance, and Praxis allows for a positive relationship to develop due to ease of charting and accessing health details.
Some patients prefer alternative treatments when receiving surgery, and Praxis allows the surgeon to customize and track healthcare plans.
Automatic tracking, trending and health maintenance of discrete lab values within the free text of the patient's chart.
In individual patient's files, indicate specific problems, family history details, surgical history details or other chart items as notifications.
Immediately view patient assessment forms, charts, graphs, printouts, a summary of lifestyle details and customizable treatment plans for all patients.
As surgeries can be difficult to accomplish in, Praxis eases the difficulties that come from using templates for health records and operates based on how individual surgeons practice.
Automated tracking and reporting to improve reimbursements and practice quality
Customized quality indicators for the surgery.
Praxis grows with your knowledge, and learns just as fast as you do! The Concept Processor is nothing short of amazing.
Praxis not only allows us to practice individually, but allows us to communicate with one other. We learn how each one of us manages patients and sees the system.
Praxis paid for itself in less than a year, and has now paid for itself over and over again!.... It makes my patient visits faster and helps reduce my liability.
With Praxis, I even have the freedom to create my own report model for Gastroenterology, using my own words, how I think, and how I practice medicine.