Neurology-Cloud, powered by WRS Health, is more than just an EHR & Practice Management software. This all-in-one platform, designed specifically for neurological conditions, provides clinician-centered workflow solutions to continually improve and grow your practice.
Transform Your Practice’s Workflow into a Seamless and Unified Process
Data flows without interruption, without delay and without effort. Each component of our system is completely integrated, making our system complete and holistic.
Ensure proper data entry prior to a patient’s appointment or surgery
All aspects of your practice, from revenue cycle to clinical encounters to patients’ perception, is impacted by the performance of your front desk. You can remove possible slowdowns by capturing complete and accurate patient information prior to every encounter.
Promote efficiency, completeness, and consistency in charting
Neurology-Cloud learns the way you chart conditions like seizures, strokes and chronic migraines and develops knowledge from all users on the platform. The system then stores your most commonly used medications, diagnoses, and procedures, and presents them to you for easy selection.
Eliminate Root Causes of Billing Errors
Neurology-Cloud’s EHR and Practice Management system is built on a single, integrated system. From check-in to check-out, data entered flows through each aspect of the encounter, and populates the CMS 1500 form – automatically and accurately.
“I like the templates for procedures and operative things. There are several templates that work well for me. The whole note is useful. As far as templates, you can develop your standard protocol for follow-up post-operative visits.”
“Although we are currently experiencing uncertain times with COVID-19, I have come to rely on the stability and dependability of this system. Whether my staff and I are in the office together or working remotely, we have full access to our patients’ records and schedule. In conjunction with telemedicine, it was the primary reason we were able to see 70%+ of our patient base during the height of the pandemic.”