MedGen Reviews

MedGen Reviews
8.3

Overall

8.3/10

Ease of Use

8.5/10

Flexibility

8.2/10

Service & Support

7.8/10

Value for the money

8.8/10

Pros

  • Easy to use
  • Helpful problem templates for various specialties
  • Cost-effective subscription model
  • Low onboarding costs

Cons

  • In an industry reliant on customer engagement, MedGen is not actively engaged with Social Media.
  • MedGen also missed an opportunity to provide thought leadership in the EHR space through their own blog (or lack of a blog at the time this was written).
  • Additional training costs apply.

MEDGEN REVIEWS

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HOW IS MEDGEN DIFFERENT FROM OTHER EHRS?

Brought to you by Comtron Corporation, MedGen EHR boasts it is “easy to learn and use.” In a crowded space of EHR solutions, MedGen stands apart from the others for the value it creates for its customers. MedGen is not only user-friendly, but also quite affordable with its subscription fee based model starting at $300 a month.

The MedGen solution goes beyond just an EHR system. They offer MedGen Billing, MedGen Practice Management as well as revenue cycle services and other professional services.

MEDGEN OB/GYN EHR

Designed specifically for OB/GYN practices, MedGen OB/GYN should be a solid consideration or any OB/GYN specialty practice looking for an EHR solution to best fit their special needs.

MedGen OB/GYN by Comtron claims their “powerful care plans implemented in the system will guide you through high risk pregnancies and lets you manage and reduce the liabilities associated with such cases.”

MEDGEN PROS AND CONS

In addition to the MedGen reviews above, we summed up the pros and cons:

Main Pros

  • Easy to use
  • Helpful problem templates for various specialties
  • Cost-effective subscription model
  • Low onboarding costs

Main Cons

  • In an industry reliant on customer engagement, MedGen is not actively engaged with Social Media.
  • MedGen also missed an opportunity to provide thought leadership in the EHR space through their own blog (or lack of a blog at the time this was written).
  • Additional training costs apply.

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