MONTVALE, NJ--(Marketwired - June 07, 2016) - SRSsoft, the leader in productivity-enhancing EHR and HCIT solutions for specialists, will preview its new release for orthopaedics at AAOE 2016 next week. The company is introducing its revolutionary patent-pending Smart Workflows Data Platform which enables relevant data capture at the point of care, based on role, specialty or practice requirements. Our data capture methodology improves efficiency up to 50%. This release is being revealed first to AAOE attendees because of the quality, efficiency, and value-based payment benefits it provides for high-volume orthopaedic specialists. Previews will be available during the conference, which will take place June 9-12 in San Francisco.

Unlike traditional solutions that force physicians to capture excessive and often irrelevant data, the revolutionary SRS Smart Workflows Data Platform puts the power back into the hands of physicians. Users capture the data they determine is relevant, and they capture it when, where, and how they want to. By adapting to the orthopaedic workflow rather than the other way around, the new SRS release liberates orthopaedic physicians and their clinical staff from being held hostage to a template. The result is not only relevant data capture, but also dramatically increased efficiency rates, improved interoperability, and a clear path to improved outcomes.

"We are always inspired by the insights we gain from AAOE, which often help shape our future releases. Our Smart Workflows Data Platform results from a highly collaborative process with many of our clients, and we look forward to seeing their responses at this year's conference," said Scott Ciccarelli, CEO of SRS. "Collaboration has been the key to developing user-centric technologies that go beyond merely satisfying regulatory demands. Our Smart Workflows technology satisfies the demands of orthopaedic specialists to capture relevant data while remaining productive and improving patient engagement and outcomes. In a nutshell, SRS provides the best tools for orthopaedists to:

  • Collect more data without being slowed down
  • Unravel the complexities of regulatory compliance
  • Demonstrate the value of their services through analytics and outcomes."

In addition to offering a first look at the Smart Workflows Data Platform, SRS will also help AAOE attendees learn more about MACRA (aka, MIPS) -- and its implications for orthopaedics practices now and in the future. Government affairs expert Lynn Scheps will lead an AAOE educational session about developing a strategy for compliance with MACRA/MIPS, during which she will allow time to address questions from participants. She will also be available for individual consultation at the SRS booth #501.

"We have always been more than a technology company," said Scheps, who has been part of the SRS team since 2008. "We can only create technologies that truly help our orthopaedic clients, when we understand the challenges they face-and many of those challenges are posed by ever-evolving governmental regulations. Helping them efficiently meet these requirements, frees them up to do what they do best, help patients."

To learn more about the SRS revolutionary Smart Workflows Data Platform, and to hear the latest news about MACRA and how it affects orthopaedic practices, stop by booth #501 at AAOE -- or visit

About SRS:

As a leading innovator in HCIT solutions for orthopaedic practices, SRS is advancing healthcare by creating frictionless technologies that enhance quality and efficiency, while positioning practices for success in a value-based payment world. With 20 years of experience, unmatched implementation success, extensive industry and regulatory expertise, and top-rated US-based customer service and support, it is no wonder that SRS has earned top KLAS and Black Book ratings in Orthopaedics from their clients. To see why SRS is the trusted partner of so many prominent orthopaedic practices, and how they can prepare you for the future, visit, e-mail, or call 800.288.8369.

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