WHO WE ARE

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

WHAT WE DO

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

HOW WE DO IT

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.

EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCE

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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  • A Real View: the last mile in implementing AI May 10, 2019
    Imagine that you are a busy professional whose very long days are packed with a mix of routine and critical time-sensitive tasks, each of which requires close attention and thorough and accurate paperwork. One day you learn that powerful new tools can help you get more work done in less time with improved quality and […]
    Karen Holzberger
  • At the end of the day… everyone walks a different path May 9, 2019
    My youngest daughter is graduating from the University of North Carolina (UNC), Chapel Hill this weekend. I am very proud of the fact that she’s been a great student, graduating as a business major from Kenan-Flager business school, as well as a political science double major. She will graduate as a Buckley Public Service Scholar […]
    Brenda Hodge
  • At the end of the day… we need each other April 24, 2019
    I recently saw statistics on what contributes to our health and was surprised to see that individual behaviors contributed 40% while genetics were only 30%. I also recently had the pleasure of hearing a keynote from Dr. Vivek Murthy, former U.S. Surgeon General. Given his vast knowledge and experience, I expected to hear an in-depth […]
    Brenda Hodge