August 8, 2014 — Attendees of the recent 2014 National University of Health Sciences (NUHS) homecoming event received a very special, first-hand look at the updated ChiroSpring practice management software and witnessed the ways that the application helps chiropractors to establish a more efficient, financially-successful practice.
While many students and alumni were drawn to the cloud-based availability of the software, others praised the detailed, pre-built macros. Still others celebrated the flexibility and superior customer support that ChiroSpring provides.
“Doctors of the chiropractic industry deserve the convenience of accessing their clinic data from wherever makes their processes the most efficient,” ChiroSpring CEO Brian Albery said. “That’s why ChiroSpring utilizes cloud-based technology, giving our customers and their staff access to their clinic from wherever makes the most sense. This benefit really resonated with our friends at the National University of Health Sciences homecoming event and is often a critical requirement for those seeking a quality practice management software.”
Beyond the benefits of cloud-based software, those in attendance at the NUHS event also enjoyed a demonstration of the power and flexibility that ChiroSpring offers its users. With its doctor-approved, pre-built macros, ChiroSpring gives its users the ability to quickly and accurately create very detailed SOAP notes.
The software’s macro features won praise from the NUHS keynote speaker and electronic health records documentation expert.
“ChiroSpring’s macros are doctor-written and doctor-approved, conforming to the highest standards of EHR documentation,” Albery said. “Our customers are confident that when they use this unique feature, they are providing their customers and insurance stakeholders the explicit, detailed health information necessary to ensure the well-being of both their patients and their practice. All of our NUHS homecoming participants, students and alumni, inexperienced and veteran doctors can benefit from the built-in knowledge that ChiroSpring’s macros provide.”
With the encouragement from the National University of Health Sciences, ChiroSpring representatives will again bring their advanced and innovative software to the homecoming event next year.
ChiroSpring practice management software is available to help doctors save time and money in efficiently managing their practice. To learn more about ChiroSpring, visit www.chirospring.com or call 888-426-0007.