J. Scott Litton, Jr.
Family Medicine Physician
Marty Bennett
Dr. Eric Weidmann
Family Physician
Dr. Ed Corbett
Internal Medicine Group
KC Arnold
Acute Care Nurse Practitioner
Dr. Bob Clark
Family Physician
Kristen Nielsen
IS Coordinator
Dr. Alan Grimes
Dr. Steven Weisberger
Family Physician
Dr. Todd Stewart
General Internal Medicine
Dr. Scott Blattman
Family Practitioner
Dr. Janice Johnston
Family Practitioner/Medical Director
Dr. George Miller
General Surgeon
Dr. Stephen Brown
Orthopedic Surgeon
Stacy Reitzel

It's often times impressive, I think, to the patient when they're asking me at the end of the encounter "Well, should I just go up front and make an appointment with the nurse or with the staff?" I said "No, just tell me when you want to come in." And boom, I just copy the appointment from today and they're in.

Scott Blattman, MD

Multi-Specialty, 40 providers
Hillcrest Medical

Waco, TX

I think having electronic medical records really enables, improves the workflow in the office. And that's one of the biggest benefits that I see overall for electronic medical records is the intra-office communication because so much of what happens is between office staff.

Robert Segal, MD

Family Practice, 4 providers
Thompson Peak Family Care, PC

Scottsdale, AZ

For our patients when they come in, they're always impressed that we're on an electronic medical record. I don't think that too many other doctors they go with generally are. So that's nice. It kind of gives us an air of being advanced and on the cutting edge and our patients tend to like that where we are.

Ed Corbett, MD

Internal Medicine, 4 providers
Doctors of Internal Medicine

Plano, TX

We had targeted a 2-3 year ROI, return on investment, on the actual tangible costs of the system, software, and training. But it was a 17-21 month actual ROI. The keys for our group were, we were not very good coders back then. We gave a lot of things. We lost a lot of supplies and coding opportunities and not only did eMDs software help us capture that, it made all of us more aware of the nuts and bolts of what we do each day because we see it on a screen rather than barking an order and it kind of disappears into air.

Eric Weidmann, MD

Family Practice, 9 providers
South Austin Medical Clinic

Austin, TX

We probably saw about 250 patients a day. And then maybe six months afterwards, we went up to about 350 patients a day for the whole clinic and we did that with probably missing 3 full-time front office staff, mainly medical records people. So we were able to see more patients with less support staff for us.

Janice Johnston, MD

Multi-specialty, 17 providers
Arrowhead Health and Pain

Glendale, AZ

As a small business owner, as a nurse practitioner, which is kind of unusual setting in our area anyway, eMDs gave me the ability to not have to hire a lot of people to do things that I could learn myself. So originally I did all the billing myself. I would see my patients between 8 and 5 and then I would put on my administrative hat and I became the biller. Now I've got a nurse, I've got a medical assistant, and I have two part-time nursing students currently that help me with my small business. I know what it takes to do the job and I know what it takes to do, run a medical practice with a small efficient staff. And using eMDs is what helped me to become a very efficient micro-medical clinic for diabetes. That's my total focus.

KC Arnold, NP

2010 HIMSS Davies Ambulatory Award Winner
The Diabetes Center

Ocean Springs, MS

The electronic health record saves lives. It speeds up treatment, avoids repeating costly tests that slow us down. It improves the application of public health recommendations in preventive medicine by allowing us to find populations and be more thorough. It allows us to use the available information and new information quickly and simply.

James Holsinger, MD

2011 HIMSS Davies Ambulatory Winner
Keokuk, Iowa