"Praxis keeps getting better the more I use it ... It's amazing how it adjusts to my practice. Instead of being stuck with somebody else's EMR templates, Praxis learns from how I use it. With each patient encounter, Praxis learns how I approach each diagnosis and uses this with future encounters on other patients. Documenting visits, ordering tests, generating letters and handouts, prescribing meds, complying with Medicare requirements are all done easily with Praxis,"
No one ever expects to end up in the emergency room, but accidents, sometimes life threatening, still occur, thus making urgent care doctors very important. Issues such as foreign objects entering the body, contusions and cuts, broken bones and pains are some of the most common reasons that people go to the emergency room. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, there are 145.6 million ER visits every year in America. About 29% of those visits are due to injuries and accidents.
Since urgent care specialists treat a wide variety of medical issues, it is essential that their EHR system is flexible and learns from its user. The AI that Praxis uses is "smart," as in it will become more personalized to the surgeon the more it is used, thus reducing the amount of time spent consulting the system and allowing more time to be spent focusing on the patient's needs.
Praxis has been shown to save significant amounts of time that otherwise would have been spent managing difficult and outdated templates.
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.