Practice Fusion has announced partnerships with three large web-based billing solutions providers. The partnership gives the 100,000 plus monthly active users on the Practice Fusion EMR platform the ability to select billing software that best fits their needs. Like Practice Fusion, each of these new partners are web-based and cost-effective.
ADP AdvancedMD, CollaborateMD and NueMD have signed on to be the first to use Practice Fusion’s billing API (application programing interface) to develop fully integrated solutions for medical professionals on the EMR.
“Practice Fusion’s open platform is rapidly creating greater efficiency in healthcare and expanding choice for our providers. Our lab API has streamlined electronic results delivery, allowed us to connect to 230 lab partners in only 18 months, and we are now taking the same approach with billing,” said Dan O’Neill, senior director of business development at Practice Fusion. “We will be working closely with our preferred partners to deliver a user-friendly, highly integrated experience for all of our providers, and we will open the billing API to other partners in coming months.”
According to Steven ZoBell, CTO of ADP AdvancedMD, “This partnership allows our mutual customers to truly take advantage of our comprehensive billing solution, designed to ensure physicians thrive in an increasingly complex medical claims environment. Practice Fusion and ADP AdvancedMD both allow physicians to focus on patient care without being bogged down inadministrative and regulatory complexity.”
“This is a win-win-win partnership for Practice Fusion, CollaborateMD and their users–combining the easiest-to-use medical billing solution with the fastest-growing EMR,” said Douglas Kegler, CEO of CollaborateMD. “With a low cost of ownership, online access, and awesome support from both CollaborateMD and Practice Fusion, healthcare providers have no need to look any further.”
Massoud Aibakhsh, the President and CEO of Nuesoft, the makers of NeuMD joined saying, “We are thrilled to be partnering with Practice Fusion and bringing together two of the most technologically advanced systems created for physicians.”
Since integration with Practice Fusion can be done via API we should expect additional billing software and services to begin integrating with their growing EMR user base.