Features and services
With athenahealth’s electronic health records service, you can be sure you’re getting a cloud-based medical records service that intuitively organizes the patient visit, helps providers document faster and more accurately, and sets your practice up for future success - whether you’re a small practice or a large healthcare system.
Intuitive workflows and an integrated mobile app save providers and staff time so that they can focus on what matters most – the patient. Athenahealth’s EHR system continuously learns from our network of over 160,000 providers and delivers relevant patient information—in the moment of care.
Interoperability that lets you exchange key patient data with other care sites, and add it directly into the patient’s chart. Patient record sharing keeps you connected to other care sites through Carequality and CommonWell.
We’ll process your paper documents and attach them to the right electronic patient record—and you’ll save time by securely uploading photos.
Succeed under any reimbursement model by relying on our expert teams to monitor changes to federal quality programs for you by anticipating and responding to industry change and picking the best measures for you to attest to, based on your practice’s activity.
Use the athenaOne mobile app to access medical information and take action all from your mobile device. Fully integrated with athenaClinicals, it gives you the flexibility to catch up or get ahead of work at will.
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A cloud-based EHR that intuitively organizes the patient visit, helps providers document faster and more accurately, and sets your organization up for future success.
2020 Best in KLAS Small Practice Ambulatory EMR/PM Winner!
We’ve developed a delightful user experience that puts important insights from across our healthcare ecosystem at providers’ fingertips, helping them close care gaps and control costs.
of encounters closed same day—only 11% fall outside office hours*
*Based on athenaNet data as of May 2018
Providers can do their best work for patients—and still make it home for dinner. That’s why we want them to focus on care, while we focus on helping them do everything else more efficiently.