Tag Archives: EHR

Patagonia Health Celebrates 15 Years of Service

On February 9th, 2024, Patagonia Health celebrates 15 years of innovation, service and growth. Since its inception in 2009, Patagonia Health has been committed to providing a top-notch Electronic Health Record, Practice Management, and Billing solution to health organizations across the US. The combination of our easy-to-use technology along with hassle-free implementation and award-winning customer […]

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Patagonia Health Streamlines its Clinical Form Update Process

Patagonia Health Streamlines its Clinical Form Update Process

Our EHR. Practice Management, and Billing solution underwent a significant transformation in 2023, making it far more efficient in handling updates to clinical forms. We heard our customers’ feedback and implemented improvements to our solution. Thanks to our newly developed form builder functionality, we have streamlined the process to update clinical forms for the unique […]

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How Your EHR Can Improve Health Equity

How Your EHR Can Improve Health Equity - Patagonia Health

Electronic Health Records (EHRs) have undoubtedly revolutionized the delivery of personalized care for patients. However, little is said about how a quality EHR can improve health equity. Health equity refers to the fair and just distribution of health resources and opportunities among all individuals and communities. It is a critical issue as it highlights the […]

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Managing Your EHR Implementation Timeline

Managing Your EHR Implementation Timeline

One of the most important challenges you will face when switching to a new EHR is managing your EHR implementation timeline. Are you considering implementing an EHR system in your healthcare organization? It’s a big decision and one that can have a significant impact on your operations, staff, and patients. The good news is, analyzing […]

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The 5 A’s for Smoking Cessation Interventions

Smoking Cessation

“The tobacco epidemic is one of the biggest public health threats the world has ever faced, killing more than 7 million people a year” according to the World Health Organization.  Of those deaths, more than 6 million are caused by direct tobacco use while another 890,000 are the result of second-hand smoke exposure. The 5 […]

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