Case Studies

Meet our clients and hear in their own words how InSync Healthcare Solutions resolved their issues and helped improve their practice's efficiency and profitability.

Recovery Works Northwest

When Recovery Works Northwest, a certified alcohol and drug treatment center in Oregon, implemented InSync two years ago, the practice had about 150 patients. After streamlining their charting, billing and scheduling into our fully-integrated system, the practice grew to more than 650 patients.[Read More]

Dr. John C. Purnell, MD, SC

Although Dr. Purnell was seeing a lot of patients, he began to notice his reimbursements weren’t reflecting his work. Unfortunately, his prior healthcare technology vendor was no help. “I estimate that in the period of time that I used the prior company, I lost $50,000. That’s a lot of money.” said Dr. Purnell. [Read More]

Wisdom Traditions Centers

Wisdom’s prior server based application was creating a disconnect between the scheduling and billing systems. The disconnection was time consuming – Kimberly and other staff members would have to physically complete a paper audit each time they wanted to see if a bill was missed. [Read More]

Atlantic Gastroenterology Associates

For nearly 20 years, Jan Delnero has been working at Atlantic Gastroenterology Associates and currently serves as the practice's Business Administrator. In the midst of her responsbilities handling all of the business aspects of the practice, it became clear that the clinic's medical transcription solution wasn't working anymore. [Read More]

Fort Washington Medical Center

After arriving at FWMC earlier in the year as the Director of Health Information Management, John Cox quickly realized he needed to change the organization’s outsourced medical transcription service. The disappointment in the service was mainly due to its inefficiency and inferior technology. [Read More]

Randolph-Elkins Health Department

For any medical organization to be successful, high levels of efficiency in all pertinent areas of the practice is imperative. For the Randolph-Elkins Health Department, the staff was unfortunately experiencing inefficiency in billing, mainly due to the handwritten system that was in place. [Read More]

Rhinebeck Foot Care

When Dr. John Zboinski determined his server based EMR was not meeting his needs, he went in search of a cloud based solution that could grow with his podiatry practice. He wanted his new system to be fully integrated with templates that could not only be customized to the needs of the practice but also to include many different specialties. After an exhaustive search, he determined that InSync EMR/PM was the best program to fit the needs of himself, his four office staff, and the practice’s two other providers. [Read More]

case-studySummerville Physical Therapy

With more than 25 years of experience, Dr. David Brungo set out to start up his own private physical therapy practice. Thus was the start of Summerville Physical Therapy and Balance Rehabilitation for Adults. The practice, which is located in Summerville, SC, provides outpatient physical therapy services to adults 18 and over in the surrounding area. [Read More]

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