Mayo Clinic Chooses Epic as EHR Solution for ‘Several Decades’

The Mayo Clinic reports that it will replace the three electronic health records (EHR) systems it currently has in place campus-wide with Epic, a single integrated EHR and revenue cycle management system. More than 45,000 Mayo clinic staff members will be trained on the new system, which will replace existing EHRs from GE and Cerner, and Mayo’s own self-developed system.

Clinical Procedures Software to Include Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy (PT) has joined Respiratory Therapy (RT) as the second major non-nursing discipline added to Lippincott Procedures, the clinical procedures software used by nurses and other clinicians at the point-of-care.

WebPT Acquires WebOutcomes

Phoenix-based electronic medical record software manufacturer WebPT announces it has acquired WebOutcomes, described as an online outcomes tracking tool that aims to allow physical and occupation therapists to enhance patient care and objectively demonstrate their clinical performance to insurance carriers and referral sources.


Software Provides Evidence Base for Return-to-Play Decisions

Two University of Evansville educators have developed Move2Perform as a software solution intended to help clinicians make evidence-based return-to-sport and return-to-activity decisions by categorizing patient injury risk and providing a way to objectively track progress.


How to Get More Referrals

It has been said the average referral is worth $1,000. Does that sound like your practice? The value behind each of your referral patients may be greater than you think. Learn how to get the most out of referrals by taking control of the referral management cycle in this exclusive podcast with┬áSturdy McKee, MPT, CEO […]


Going Big? Go Integrated or Go Home

Big rehab facilities have big demands. Employees from multiple departments such as billing, coding, and admissions all have unique needs for data they use relative to therapy patients. Therefore the documentation software that runs on top of an existing hospital-wide EMR must be compatible in every way. Listen and learn how to choose a solution that lets facilities go big, and go smoothly.