Practice Fusion Reviews

Practice Fusion Reviews
8.3

Overall

9.0/10

Ease of Use

8.0/10

Flexibility

7.5/10

Service & Support

7.0/10

Value for the money

10.0/10

Pros

  • It is free.
  • Offers templates for different specialty areas that are customizable.
  • Free patient portal.
  • Quick set-up.

Cons

  • You will have to put up with advertisements.
  • There is always the possibility, no matter how small, that one day they begin to charge practices for using their EHR.
  • Focused on US practices.

PRACTICE FUSION REVIEWS

See above for Practice Fusion Reviews. If you are a user of Practice Fusion we want to hear from you. Are you overall happy? Does the advertising get in the way? Is Practice Fusion easy to use?

Practice Fusion works with different specialties and the templates are all customizable. Learn more about Practice Fusion EHR.

HOW IS PRACTICE FUSION DIFFERENT FROM OTHER EHRS?

The most obvious difference between Practice Fusion and its competitors is the cost. Practice Fusion is a free EHR that operates under a business model that generates revenue through advertising dollars as opposed to the tradition Software as a Service (SaaS) model.

UPDATE: Practice Fusion now charges for their software.

PRACTICE FUSION START-UP TIME

With no software to install since it is in the cloud, Practice Fusion claims it can be set up in 5 minutes to test out. It is recommended to run it alongside your current system while you test it before making the switch. This will allow you some flexibility to see if the Practice Fusion is the right EHR for your practice.

Once your practice decides to use Practice Fusion EHR, the set-up time is promoted to be less than 30 days.1

PRACTICE FUSION PROS AND CONS

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

Main Pros

  • A free EHR.
  • Offers templates for different specialty areas that are customizable.
  • Free patient portal.
  • Quick start-up time

Main Cons

  • You will have to put up with advertisements.
  • There is always the possibility, no matter how small, that one day they begin to charge practices for using their EHR.
  • Focused on US practices.

For more information on Practice Fusion:

1http://www.practicefusion.com/ehr-setup-support/