Orthopedic EHR vendor acquired by Modernizing Medicine

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Modernizing Medicine, a software company based in Boca Raton, Fla., has acquired orthopedic EHR provider Exscribe.

Exscribe and Modernizing Medicine aim to develop advanced EHR and practice management software to improve physician efficiency, decrease burnout and promote value-based care.

"We are excited to work together to leverage our combined orthopedics expertise to move the industry forward," Dan Cane, Modernizing Medicine CEO said in a Jan. 12 news release. "Both companies were founded on the belief that the best EHRs are built specialty specific 'by physicians, for physicians.'"

The Exscribe Orthopaedic EHR, equipped with machine learning and artificial intelligence, enables orthopedists to use one-click treatment plans for specific conditions, including orders for surgery and therapy, prescriptions, patient education and referral letters.

Orthopedic surgeon Ranjan Sachdev, MD, founded Exscribe in 2000. 

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