Designed for your Small Practice
Small practices operate not only as a physician’s office, but also as a small business. Having the right tools at your fingertips is essential to success, so why not have one tool that can support all of your medical documentation as well as your business needs? InLight is a new concept changing how physicians feel about EHRs:
- The Problem-Oriented Medical Record lets you to chart how you think, and InLight remembers how you treat problems.
- InLight removes Meaningful Use clutter, reducing repetitive tasks for routine encounters.
- Designed by clinicians, InLight is the ideal small practice EHR for today’s independent primary care physicians who want to Do More and Document Less.
My health system asked me to… start meeting Meaningful Use requirements, which in my opinion is more about proving than doing, more about clicking boxes than caring for patients. I said no… I discovered InLight EHR.Lisa Roark, MD
Simplified clinical workflows for the traditional fee-for-service billing practice, featuring problem specific sourcing. You’ll enjoy increased office efficiencies, robust patient engagement tools, and extra time to focus on your patients.
Affordably priced and offers streamlined workflows, flexible monthly membership management options, tools for increasing your subscription base, and a robust tool for communicating directly with your patients.
News and Resources
InLight EHR Product Manager and Solution Architect, Evan Pankey, contributed commentary on CPC+ in a recent Healthcare Dive article. Evan explains the alternative models that providers may use instead of CPC+ such as DPC and PCMH. From Healthcare Dive | By Meg Bryant...read more
With the proposed changes to the Meaningful Use program, many providers are looking for an easy-to-use EHR system that does not include MU check boxes, workflows, and other requirements – but what does this EHR look like? Click here to read the white...read more
Guest Blog by Dr. Samir Qamar, Founder and CEO, MedLion Direct Primary Care In the current fee-for-service primary care system where doctor visits can be less than 10 minutes, 30-to-60 minute visits typical of Direct Primary Care practices almost appear too good to be...read more