Today’s independent physicians are faced with a myriad of healthcare technology and quality reporting hurdles. No matter where you are on the path to Electronic Health Records, Regent Medical Solutions can guide you along the winding path to successful healthcare technology adoption and optimization, including Quality Reporting.
Regent Medical Solutions are physician’s advocates who first began working with early adopters of Electronic Health Records (EHR) Systems over 15 years ago. Much of our initial work was for the Quality Improvement Organization (QIO), in support of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS). The results from those first projects would eventually be compiled into what is now commonly known as the criteria for Meaningful Use. Throughout this time span, we have been educating physicians and countless healthcare support professionals in their transformation from paper to electronic heath records. Most recently, Regent consultants assisted Ohio Regional Extension Center providers in EHR selection and implementation, followed by successful attestation to Stage I of Meaningful Use.
Why Regent Medical Solutions
Regent Clinical Consultants are knowledgeable in the application of EHR systems have worked with 95% of the industry’s top EHR systems. Regent Consultants are vendor-neutral and have a 100% success rate in Meaningful Use (MU) Stage 1, Year 1 and Stage 1, Year 2 attestations. We take pride in the fact that our Clinical Consultants are nurses with significant practice management experience.
- 100% Success Rate in MU Stage 1, Years 1 & 2 Attestation
- Over 90 Years of Clinical Experience
- 30+ Collective Years in EHR Selection
- 30+ Collective Years in EHR Implementation
- 30+ Years of Clinical Quality Reporting Experience
- Over 25+ Years of Practice Management Experience
Independent Physician Groups & Small Hospitals
As a Veteran Owned Small Business, Regent has a particular interest in providing quality services to under-served markets. In the wake of numerous, simultaneous federal mandates, physician groups as well as small hospitals have not received the same level of attention from the consultancies. At the same time they will feel the pressures as significantly as their larger counterparts. Therefore, Regent has initially focused its efforts on serving independent physician groups as well as small hospitals.