June 1, 2018
Practice Fusion EHR updates are released over a two-week period — see what’s coming next for your practice.
Practice Fusion aims to deliver new features, more updates, and even better service
In order to continue delivering easy-to-use, intuitive health IT solutions that support practices like yours all across the country, the Practice Fusion platform has moved to a paid subscription model. Our long-announced transition became final on June 1, 2018. Per the timeline announced previously, non-subscribed accounts are being transitioned into the limited access version of the EHR. Log into your EHR account to learn more.
Save time by sending electronic prior authorizations from your Practice Fusion EHR
As part of our continued effort to help improve the efficiency of your practice, we’ve enhanced our prior authorization solution. Simply send an e-prescription (eRx) to initiate the prior authorization process. Prior authorization question forms can be completed and submitted in your Practice Fusion EHR by any member of the practice, helping to reduce prescription delays. Learn more about Prior Authorizations in the Practice Fusion EHR »
Users can once again use the scroll function in the Appointments report when using Firefox as the browser.
For a full list of known issues and upcoming bug fixes, please visit our Service Updates page. By voting on an issue, you will receive automatic updates and notifications as the issue status changes.
Have an idea or new feature that would improve your experience? Let us know!
Practice Fusion EHR updates are driven by feedback from our practices