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gurumedbill:
If you are talking about PM I would personally stay away from NowMD just because it is brand new (less than a year old).  I have a hard time believing they are going to make it as a new company that doesn't have an EHR or a web based program.  I think the market is too small for that for a start up.  The last thing you want to do is start with a company and then have them go out of business.I have used quite a few software programs and everyone has their own preferences but I think the best software for the money is TotalMD.  I also think Healthfusion, AdvancedMD and Kareo are pretty good but not worth the money compared to TotalMD.  Hopefully you'll hear from some other people to give you their two cents so you'll have some better ideas.  My suggestion is to choose a handful and look at the pricing and when you have a few that will meet your budget do a demo of each.

PMRNC:

--- Quote ---If you are talking about PM I would personally stay away from NowMD just because it is brand new (less than a year old).  I have a hard time believing they are going to make it as a new company that doesn't have an EHR or a web based program.  I think the market is too small for that for a start up.  The last thing you want to do is start with a company and then have them go out of business.I have used quite a few software programs and everyone has their own preferences but I think the best software for the money is TotalMD.  I also think Healthfusion, AdvancedMD and Kareo are pretty good but not worth the money compared to TotalMD.  Hopefully you'll hear from some other people to give you their two cents so you'll have some better ideas.  My suggestion is to choose a handful and look at the pricing and when you have a few that will meet your budget do a demo of each.
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I always like to have a FULL picture when I'm shopping. So that you know.. the SOFTWARE maybe new but the guy behind it.. NOT so much. :)  In fact he's brilliant, and well known. HE is the man behind MEDISOFT...    In some cases you need to have a full picture. He's a bit modest, humble but when he does something .. it's sure to be a hit. I don't work for him, I don't get any sales... but the man has definitely earned my respect and I'd definitely watch him for the future.

Merry:
I agree with you Linda about Jeff Ward and NowMD. He has been in this industry for years. Jeff and I figured that we had known eachother for nearly 28 years..all involving this industry. Programmers are all long time developers of medical billing software..support team..all people who have been again in this industry for years.

Michele:
I actually have just met Jeff and have just been introduced to the NowMD software.  I must say, it is still early but I'm very impressed with the software, and Jeff's availability and willingness to answer questions and listen to suggestions.  We are using the NowMD as a demo in our new online billing course.  I have much experience over the years with many different softwares, Lytec, Medisoft, Perfectcare, Practice Today, and on and on.....  I've also worked with start up software companies so gurumedbill has a great point about being leary of start ups, but I agree with Linda and Merry that if you look at who is starting, in this case there is a ton of experience and success.  Also, the software itself does some things I have not seen in other softwares.  For the first time in 20 years, I'm seriously considering a transfer.  Which is a huge deal for me!  Anyway, there are many good ones out there but I didn't want you to dismiss NowMD based on the age of the company.  You must consider your needs, price, and the functionality of the software.

gurumedbill:

--- Quote from: Kinlaw30 on January 08, 2014, 12:27:43 PM ---Ok Thanks for the information. How long have you been in business ?
What other software is great?

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I'm coming up on 15 years in the business.

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