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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  • AI in Action at Vanderbilt University Medical Center April 12, 2018
    Healthcare IT News reported last week on a new and exciting development in healthcare AI: Vanderbilt University Medical Center has collaborated with Nuance to create an AI-powered voice assistant for providers to navigate their Epic EHR. Much like the AI in Action experience room we hosted at HIMSS 2018, Vanderbilt caregivers now can rely on […]
    Satish Maripuri
  • Going the distance for continuous improvement and excellence in radiology April 11, 2018
    If you want to understand where radiology and radiology workflows are heading, just listen to your colleagues, friends or family members talk about fitness routines. Gone are the days when getting fit was mainly about pumping iron, working the weight machine circuit or getting on a cardio machine. People still do those things, of course, […]
    Karen Holzberger
  • At the End of the Day…it’s about growing and thriving by embracing change April 10, 2018
    We live and work in an industry experiencing continuous and accelerating change. It is through these transitions that we must recognize that change is good for us—personally, professionally, culturally. Yet many of us fear change, and do so for a variety of reasons. Perhaps we’re afraid to fail, afraid of criticism, afraid of the uncertainty […]
    Brenda Hodge