"...the beauty is that the next time I see a similar patient, Praxis remembers everything, it does it all for me. No template system does this."
Today's podiatrists play a vital role within the multidisciplinary realm of surgical and non-surgical procedures of the foot and ankle. As highly trained specialists, podiatrists focus on providing the highest quality care to their patients, care which demands precise and accurate clinical documentation, excellent execution and continuous follow ups. Podiatrists today, albeit being specialists, are often the first practitioners to diagnose major systemic issues of the body. Hardworking podiatrists deserve an EHR system that works for them.
Most practicing podiatry specialists report that they are overloaded with patients and overburdened with charting, taking their concentration away from their real priority - their patients. In a recent study by the AMA, an alarming 52% of practicing podiatrists complained of physician burnout attributing it to over half of their time being spent with the computer, and in turn, less time interacting with their patients. They have noted that template EHR systems slow down their patient visits and require excessive clicking and data entry. Therefore, the best podiatry EHR must be intuitive, easy to use, fast and offer health maintenance, disease management and quality reporting to facilitate communication between providers and patients.
As a template-free EHR, Praxis is the best fit for podiatry, allowing physicians to practice medicine based on their style rather than forcing them to use rigid and cumbersome templates. The AI driven charting in Praxis enables Podiatrists to practice faster and easier medicine while working for you. Praxis is rated #1 for podiatry based on its AI adaptively to the specialist's workflow, enabling greater efficiency throughout all aspects of podiatric medicine.
"Praxis is the most wonderful EMR out there because it allows you to practice medicine the way you want to practice it. At the same time, it allows you to share your information with other practitioners so that they can learn from you, and you can also learn from them and share their information."
Praxis EMR employs a unique AI system that progressively learns from the user. The more it is used, the faster Praxis learns each physician's wording style.
Seamlessly import patient demographic information into Praxis for an easy switch into a new EMR system that allows users to graph and chart patient information.
Track and monitor podiatry orthotics such as tailor-made insoles, padding and arch supports for heel pain and lower extremity care.
Automated EHR podiatry health maintenance for foot pain, toenail and skin care, warts and verrucae, scaling or peeling on soles and all foot-related problems.
As the different subspecialties in the field of podiatry vary greatly in their needs and treatment plans, Praxis allows for unique care plans for each patient that can be monitored and customized at the user's will
With Praxis, physicians can remotely access information anywhere any time. This saves the hassle of needing to sort through endless paper charts in the office to get the information you need.
Intelligent reminders give clinical parameters, family history details, surgical history details or other chart items as alerts.
Praxis saves podiatrists countless hours that would have otherwise been spent on charts or other template heavy EMRs. This extra time allows physicians to focus on their patients more, promoting a stronger bond between the patient and the doctor.
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.