ChartCapture is a cloud-based electronic medical record (EMR) conversion solution for doctors and medical practices. It allows users to capture pages from medical charts, archive data, and automatically link to their EMR records. In this article, we cover ChartCapture reviews and pricing. Ready to get started? Visit its website.
ChartCapture pricing is based on four EMR conversion solutions: DataCapture ($49/user/month), DocumentCapture ($29/user/month), PaperCapture ($29/user/month), and BillingCapture (custom priced). A one-time setup and management fee applies for all solutions except BillingCapture, which requires a DataCapture account. There is also a record extraction fee of $0.39/patient record for DataCapture and DocumentCapture.
Interested users may contact ChartCapture sales team for enterprise pricing details for hospitals, multiple-system operators (MSOs), and health systems.
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Summary of ChartCapture Reviews
As of the date that this article was written (April 25, 2019), there are no ChartCapture reviews online. If you are a past or current ChartCapture customer, leave a review to help other business owners who are deciding whether or not to use the software.
Check out the list below of some of ChartCapture’s features:
- Discrete data archiving solution.
- Master patient index (MPI) cleanup
- Data extraction
- Access to legacy billing records
- And more
What does the MPI cleanup feature do?
MPI cleanup delivers a complete and accurate patient record, eliminating the need to manage multiple patient identities across the continuum of care. This is a one-record, one-patient system.
What is the benefit of having access to legacy billing records?
This setup provides billing staff with a simple way to pull any range of historical financial reports. It also enables staff to directly work down accounts receivable with self-pay status, send statements, record payments, and update balances.