What's your time worth?...is the question posed by the developers of an EMR for dermatologists. The highly fragmented EMR market boats 1,000 options. EMR developer Modernizing Medicine has focused its Electronic Medical Assistant (EMA) on visual-oriented specialties that lend themselves to a touch-based platform. Preferring the “big fish, small pond” approach, their EMA development path focused on covering small and midsized specialty practices. First offerings covered dermatology, ophthalmology and optometry. This fall products for plastic and orthopedic surgeons will be introduced.
Modernizing Medicine co-founder and chief medical officer Micheal Sherling, a practicing dermatologist, said their number one goal for EMA is to save doctors time and, as a result, money.
Source: MedCity News