Dr. Heras has been a practicing physician for 9 years. She trained at the University of Utah School of Medicine in Salt Lake City, Utah, and did her residency at the Albany Medical Center Hospital, New York. After a 6 year solo practice when Dr. Heras first encountered Praxis, she switched to a multi-speciality clinic. After 2 years, and many frustrations with a template-based EMR provided by a mainstream healthcare IT provider, Dr. Heras is back to solo practice, and has been using a full implemented Praxis system for a year.
"Praxis means better care for the patients, in a cost- and time- efficient manner; it means better medicine for everyone, patient and doctor alike."
Otolaryngology is the field of medicine relating to issues with the eyes, ears, and throat. Otolaryngologists, also known as ENTs or ENT specialists, address patient concerns with sinuses, craniofacial abnormalities, or other ear, nose, and throat issues. ENT physicians are very active and require the implementation of an advanced and supportive EHR system to manage patient care and clinic workflow.
Praxis EMR is the top-rated EHR software for otolaryngology as it grants physicians more time with their patients and less time charting. With streamlined documentation software, ENT specialists are able to provide higher quality care to their patients. The AI Core Processor of Praxis adapts to the physician's preferences style and exhibits individualized patient notes rather than restrictive template recordkeeping.
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.