MONTVALE, NJ--(Marketwire - Sep 28, 2012) - SRS, the leader in productivity-enhancing EHR technology and services for high-performance physicians, today announced that Michigan Orthopaedic Institute (MOI) has selected the SRS EHR to replace its legacy EHR. The group's 17 providers care for patients at two locations in Southfield and West Bloomfield, Michigan.
"We conducted a side-by-side comparison to compare the efficiency with which our clinicians are able to accomplish basic workflow tasks using the SRS EHR versus our former HER -- the difference, in terms of number of clicks and speed, was night and day," says David J. Collon, M.D., CEO of MOI. "We want to be positioned for the future and be able to meet all government and payer requirements -- but we can't be slowed down."
"Our local hospital offered to subsidize our purchase of its EHR, but we declined in favor of SRS," says Jeff Fischgrund, M.D., MOI. "The EHR used at the hospital was not specialty focused like the SRS EHR, and would have severely impacted our patient load and workflow. No subsidy would have offset the long-term costs associated with implementing the wrong EHR."
"As physicians face the implications of healthcare reform and the aging baby-boomer population, having ergonomic software that allows them to care for patients in an efficient manner has become more critical than ever," says Evan Steele, CEO of SRS. "As the EHR Incentive Program progresses, the number of practices de-installing their EHRs and choosing to implement the SRS EHR is growing dramatically. Specialty groups, in particular, are rejecting EHR grants from their hospitals because they recognize that these EHRs will never meet their specific workflow and productivity needs."
SRS is the leading provider of productivity-enhancing EHR technology and services for high-performance physicians -- with a successful adoption rate unparalleled in the industry. Offered via the Unified Desktop™, the robust SRS EHR, PM, PACS, and Patient Portal increase speed, boost revenue, free physicians' time, and heighten patient care and satisfaction. For more information on SRS, visit www.srssoft.com, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, fax 201.802.1301, or call 800.288.8369.
About Michigan Orthopaedic Institute
The physicians of Michigan Orthopaedic Institute take care of all aspects of the musculoskeletal system -- bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves. MOI specialists use advanced non-operative and operative methods to evaluate, preserve, and restore function of patients' extremities and spine. Visit www.moimd.com for more information.