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Patagonia Health’s Solutions

We offer end-to-end solutions for public and behavioral health organizations. One part of our solutions is an Electronic Health Record (EHR). We created this digital version of patient charting in collaboration with the feedback of real health organizations, to develop advanced features that fit your needs.

Why Should My Organization Use an EHR?

Due to technology and software advancements, the old method of paper charts and administrative paperwork is no longer necessary. Time-consuming efforts like scanning, copying, and faxing into a system are a thing of the past. Our EHR improves patient care, allowing you to:

Keep all your medical records in one place, supporting an organized, secure system.

Lessen manual workflows for your staff, like scanning documents, collecting signatures, and copying and pasting patient medical history.

Increase reimbursements and decrease claim denials with a connected clearinghouse.

- Brooke, Public Health Employee
"I love the ease of Patagonia Health. It's easy to create appointment slots, schedule appointments, input client information, save vaccines."
- Lindsay, School Health Nurse
"The electronic charting system has many options and offers a write in section if you want to add something not included in the options provided. The ability to upload documents has been a huge advantage."
- Sabrina, Behavioral Health Employee
"Patagonia Health was easy to learn to use... We worked closely with the team to ensure that our forms were integrated into the new system and streamlined all unnecessary information."
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EHR vs EMR: What’s the Difference?

EHR and EMR are often used interchangeably, but they have major differences.

An EMR is limited to a single healthcare facility and contains a patient’s medical history within that organization.

In contrast, an EHR is interoperable, meaning it can be accessed and shared across different healthcare organizations. EHRs enable effective communication and coordination among providers for better patient care.

How to Choose an EHR

Implementing an EHR system is a big change in an organization, and it will impact staff in different ways. When you choose a new EHR vendor, here are some initial questions to think through:

  • Why is your organization moving to a new EHR?
  • What is the budget for the project?
  • When would you like implementation to occur?
  • What features is your organization looking for in an EHR? You may want to prioritize these features from wants to needs.
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