We are a physician-led healthcare solutions company with years of EHR Implementation experience.


Our mission is to improve your healthcare technology experience by bringing experienced leadership to improve the value of your investments.


We partner with you to bring the best new technology and best practices to your organization to help you maximize efficiency, cost savings, and quality of patient care.


Why PTP?

Physician Technology Partners was founded by two Epic physician champions who understand the Epic experience. We have built our company on the foundation of experienced Epic leadership. We provide unparalleled Epic knowledge and expertise because we have lived through it ourselves.

Get it Right the First Time!

PTP has served as a primary consulting partner to well over one​ hundred health care organizations across the country. Our world-class team is well equipped to provide unique, best practice recommendations, based on our extensive Epic EHR customer experience.

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  • How to alleviate physician burnout: 5 tips that can help September 18, 2020
    The odds of physicians leaving an organization due to burnout is 2 to 1, which has only been made worse by the coronavirus epidemic. Even before COVID, the World Health Organization (WHO) predicted a shortage of 18 million caregivers over the next ten years. Now is the time to attract top talent and retain providers and patients […]
    Jared Pelo
  • More than ever, CDI teams make high-quality patient care possible September 16, 2020
    Each September, CDI Week provides a great opportunity to recognize the professional skill that the Clinical Documentation Improvement Specialists (CDSs) and their Health Information Management (HIM) cohorts bring to clarifying “what matters” for a complete clinical story. This’s years CDI Week takes on an added dimension that deserves our attention. Beyond handling the growing volume […]
    Melinda "Mel" Tully
  • The Real View: Integrating AI into radiology workflow to accelerate future growth August 31, 2020
    Health systems and radiology departments continue to face the ongoing challenges of burnout and financial constraints, both of which have been exacerbated by a global pandemic. We know, for example, that the American College of Radiology has adopted CDC guidance to reschedule non-urgent outpatient screening, such as mammography, and interventional procedures. The economic effects are […]
    Karen Holzberger