Pulse Systems, Inc., established in 1997, caters to all such requirements and improves both clinical and financial outcomes of healthcare practices. From small practices that don’t see a lot of patients to multi-physician practices with a giant appetite for insights, data, and analytics, Pulse Electronic Health Record (EHR) solutions help acquire the right information in the right place at the right time for use by the right clinician. Pulse keeps pace with medical practices and is part of the Cegedim Healthcare Software division, owned and operated by Cegedim, a global healthcare technology company.
With more than 20 years of experience in the healthcare sector, Pulse takes into account the difficulty of practicing medicine, and tries to lighten clinicians’ burden through its certified and integrated EHR solutions. The company provides, “a group of subject matter experts that go onsite and spend time with the customer, documenting their workflows and crafting a solution that is unique for their practice,” says Chris Walls, president and CEO of Pulse. The easy-to-use and cost-effective PulseCloud enables medical practitioners to create, store, and organize electronic medical records comprising patient prescriptions, charts, lab orders, and evaluations required in the process of optimum healthcare delivery. With Pulse’s cloud-based Practice Management solution (PulseCloud), functions such as advanced scheduling, patient registration, billing, coding, and claims processing are streamlined to focus a clinician’s attention on medicine.
The PulseCloud EHR system is workflow-driven and can be deployed for large as well as small practices, in the cloud. The company also caters to today’s pressing need for security and privacy.
Pulse is well-positioned to deliver superior clinical and financial outcomes to physician practices through its insightful solutions
With an efficient support model, Pulse not only helps people reaching out to them with problems but also assists clients in gaining insights on a better way to utilize the PulseCloud EHR system in the clients’ clinical practice and caregiving workflow.
To help clinicians save time, Pulse practices the philosophy of having very short development cycles using training and implementation services to bring prompt enhancements to their clients. The company has incorporated into its EHR the ability to provide the very information that clients want when they want it, despite the massive amounts of data to look through. The company competently exhibits agility and molds its functioning according to changes in the market and information it acquires.
Pulse foresees next-generation applications and services being focused on improving workflows and delivery of KPIs within clinical and business management practices. “I think the next wave is around service and whether the systems reach their original promise of improving the practice of medicine,” says Walls. Pulse now looks forward to the future with an optimistic excitement for the continuing evolution of technology and interesting roles to be played by big data and data analytics.
With a strong belief in providing more than just a clinical and practice management system, Pulse is endeavoring to enable practices to improve their healthcare services guided by an awareness of patient and physician functioning. “Pulse is well-positioned to deliver superior clinical and financial outcomes to physician practices through its insightful solutions,” concludes Walls.