Modernizing Medicine Earns Six #1 Rankings for EHR Systems in the 2017 Black Book Survey

announced that six of its specialty-specific
electronic health record (EHR) systems have been ranked first on the Black
Physician Practice Ambulatory Solutions top EHR lists:

  • #1 Dermatology EHR system
  • #1 Gastroenterology EHR system
  • #1 Ophthalmology EHR system
  • #1 Otolaryngology EHR system
  • #1 Plastic Cosmetic Surgery EHR system
  • #1 Urology EHR system

The company was also rated #1 Single Solo Practices – Surgical

gGastro™, the EHR system developed by gMed™,
a Modernizing Medicine company, has been named the #1 gastroenterology
EHR system for the seventh consecutive year. gGastro is the only
gastroenterology-specific EHR system to ever be ranked #1 since Black
Book started polling for the Top EHR Lists in 2010.

In addition, EMA™, the mobile EHR system in Modernizing Medicine’s suite
of specialty products and services, has been named the #1 dermatology
EHR system for four consecutive years, the #1 otolaryngology EHR system
for three years and the #1 plastic surgery EHR for two years.

“Being continuously named a top-ranked EHR vendor by Black Book is a
testament not only to our business model of hiring practicing specialty
physicians to develop our software, but also to our entire team for
creating and sustaining a superior solution that is easy to use,” said
Michael Sherling, MD, MBA, chief medical officer and co-founder of
Modernizing Medicine. “As the healthcare industry shifts towards
value-based care reimbursement models, we intend to continue to support
the unique needs and challenges of specialty practices to help them
improve their clinical, financial and operational outcomes.”

“I am a better physician because of EMA in terms of improved
communication with other doctors due to the thorough and detailed
documentation it generates,” shares Nicole Fram, MD, Advanced
Vision Care
, located in Los Angeles, Calif. “My notes are legible,
intelligent, customizable and easy to read. EMA enables me to do all
these things I’ve dreamt of in an EHR system and I’m no longer spending
hours dictating each night.”

In total, Modernizing Medicine was recognized as a leader across
fourteen different categories for its cloud-based and mobile technology.
Other notable mentions include:

  • #2 Pain Management EHR system
  • #3 Orthopedic Surgery, Hand Surgery, Spine Surgery EHR system
  • #6 Rheumatology EHR system
  • #8 Mobile EHR Applications
  • #9 Ambulatory Surgery Centers, All Specialties (Modernizing Medicine)
  • #13 Ambulatory Surgery Centers, All Specialties (gMed)
  • #10 MIPS Technology for Single Physician Practice

Black Book Market Research is a division of Brown Wilson Group, a
full-service healthcare–centric market research and public opinion
research company. The company provides qualitative insight into the
industry’s top vendors through 18 key performance indicators, which are
collected from a client submitted ballot. Over 540,000 EHR users were
invited to participate in this year’s survey, and nearly 17,000
validated respondents shared their views. The gathered data is subjected
immediately to an internal and external audit to verify completeness and
accuracy and to ensure the respondent is valid while ensuring the
anonymity of the client company is maintained. Black Book’s founders,
management nor staff has any financial investment or interest in any
companies in this survey. Additional details about the Black Book study
and the full list of vendors are available on the organization’s website.

About Modernizing Medicine
Modernizing Medicine®
and its affiliated companies empower physicians with a suite of mobile,
specialty-specific solutions that transform how healthcare information
is created, consumed and utilized to increase efficiency and improve
outcomes. Built for value-based healthcare, Modernizing Medicine’s
data-driven, touch- and cloud-based products and services are programmed
by a team that includes practicing physicians to meet the unique needs
of dermatology, gastroenterology, ophthalmology, orthopedics,
otolaryngology, pain management, plastic surgery, rheumatology and
urology practices, as well as ambulatory surgery centers.

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