Today Software Advice launched its Medical Software Advice website (www.softwareadvice.com/medical
), a free resource designed to match medical software buyers with the right technology for their practices.
"The market for medical software is booming, but the software vendor landscape is more fragmented than ever," said Don Fornes, founder & Chief Executive Officer of Software Advice. "We aim to bring clarity to the market by matching physicians with the right systems for their practice. Meanwhile, that same matching process helps software vendors reach the customer segments they can serve best."
Software Advice's proprietary matching algorithm recommends software products based on each practice's medical specialty, size and functional requirements. Using Medical Software Advice, physicians can select the right software without a lengthy research process. Rather than taking weeks to sort through search engine results, directory listings and trade magazines, buyers can now generate a highly relevant "short list" of software products in minutes.
For no charge, Medical Software Advice provides buyers with:
- A sophisticated search capability that recommends products based on buyers' medical specialty, size of practice and their unique functional requirements;
- Comparisons of recommended software products based on the product's functionality and technological underpinnings; and,
- Detailed profiles of each software product, including screen shots, key differentiators and detailed feature lists.
In addition to supporting physician practices in their technology decisions, Medical Software Advice serves as a powerful marketing venue for software vendors. Participating vendors receive highly qualified sales leads when visitors explicitly request more information about their products. Market leaders such as McKesson Practice Partner and Greenway Medical are participating in the Medical Software Advice website.
Participating vendors serve a wide range of practice sizes, including solo practitioners, group practices and managed service organizations (MSOs), as well as medical specialties ranging from family practices to bariatric medicine. Participating vendors also cover the full range of application capabilities, including EMRs, medical billing, patient scheduling and complete practice management systems.
Medical Software Advice is online at www.softwareadvice.com/medical.
About Software Advice
Software Advice helps businesses in the construction, medical and retail industries make the right technology decisions. Using the Software Advice website, buyers can identify and compare software products that meet their unique requirements. After building a "short list" of best-fit products, buyers can request demonstrations, price quotes and other information. Software Advice can be found on the Web at www.softwareadvice.com. The company is headquartered in Big Sky, Montana.
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