An EHR with Low Financial Risk
Low up-front cost EHR

Low Up-Front Costs

Unlike traditional EHRs, athenahealth has no hefty licensing fees, no costly upgrades, and no maintenance fees, ever. As a cloud-based EHR, athenaClinicals® is continuously updated at no extra charge, ready for every provider across the network. With no big start-up expenses, athenaClinicals greatly reduces the usual financial burden of switching your EHR.

Direct Investment In Your EHR Success

Direct Investment In Your Success

Our unique business model aligns our goals with yours. By billing you a small percentage of your monthly collections, we have “skin in the game”, a direct stake in helping you thrive clinically and financially. We succeed when you succeed. It’s part of our dedication to caregivers, and reflected in our Meaningful Use and ICD-10 guarantees.

No Hidden or Extra Fees For EHR service updates

No Hidden or Extra Fees For Updates

Regular updates are free and automatic for everyone on our cloud-based network. No need to invest in interfaces (we create them for free), purchase modules or add-ons, or suffer disruptive wholesale software upgrades. We keep you prepared so you can realize the revenue opportunities of Meaningful Use and other Pay-for-Performance programs.

Boost Your Bottom Line

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3 Services,
1 Integrated Solution

You don't need multiple health care IT systems—you only need one. Maximize practice performance and ROI with our suite of fully integrated, Best in KLAS* services.

59,000 client success stories and counting...

  • 1-6 Physicians

    “One of the most challenging things is chasing the money… we see how many days we have in accounts receivable and we see how long it takes to turn around a claim per insurance carrier, and so we see where we need to do more work.”

    Bernadette Sheridan, MD, Grace Family Medical Practice More Stories
  • 7-35 Physicians

    “Our time from invoice going in to collecting money is about 16 days. Before that, it was about 60-90 days. You can’t run a practice waiting for money to return three months later after a service is given.”

    Ronald Romear, MD, Infants and Children Pediatrics More Stories
  • Large Groups and Health Systems

    “I actually have to push my staff to book me to my capacity cause I’m bored now. My same-day encounter close rate is 100% - there’s never an encounter that’s not closed. And mostly it’s done before they walk out of the room.”

    Randall D. Gehle, DO, Caromont Medical Group More Stories
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