The American Academy of Pain Management (AAPM) is hosting its 27th annual meeting this year on September 21-25th, in San Antonio, Texas at the JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa. The AAPM annual meeting is meant to be an educational event. You can expect to learn about benefits of team-based care when managing pain, research supporting integrative pain management techniques, different strategies to manage pain, and how to create effective treatment plans with patients who suffer from chronic pain.
There will be four keynote speakers as well as several booths to visit highlighting the benefits of new techniques for pain medicine. The AAPM meeting is a great place for you to find an EMR/Practice Management service to help you manage the efficiency of your pain practice which is the reason ChartLogic will be attending this event.
Visit us at Booth #516
ChartLogic isn’t just a good fit for pain management practices, but we are the perfect fit according to Debra Illsley, the Practice Administrator of Inland Interventional Medical Associates. Click here to download the full case study.
“I have been able to build templates in ChartLogic that are almost identical copies to the hard copy forms we used to use. The templates are great, I use them constantly. They have saved us, especially with some of our payers since we do a lot of pre-authorizations.”
Debra Illsley, Inland Interventional Medical Associates
Templates are just one of our many exciting features that will help your practice perform at a higher level. ChartLogic offers a full ambulatory EHR suite, including electronic medical records, practice management, medical billing services, e-prescribing, patient portal and more. Your practice can create notes in less than 90 seconds with our proprietary command-and-control methodology that seamlessly and intuitively integrates voice recognition into the entire electronic charting process.
“The Academy defines Integrative Pain Management (IPM) as a model of care that: is patient-centered; considers the whole person; encourages healthful lifestyle changes as part of the first line of treatment to restore wellness; is evidence-based and brings together all appropriate therapeutic approaches and clinicians to reduce pain and achieve optimal health and healing; and, encourages a team approach.” – Joanna Katzman, MD, MSPH and President of the Board of Directors of the American Academy of Pain Management