Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I edit the content about my product on your site?
- How do reviews make EHRs better?
- How do I make a review?
- How can I as a vendor promote my Listing with special fields such as a Demo Link?
- Do I need to be registered to make a review?
- How can I become a registered user?
- What do you mean in the Moderation Guidelines when you say "do not identify anyone
else other than a service provider or organisation"?
- Does EHR Compare promote or endorse the listed EHRs or companies on the site?
- Who operates this site?
- What happens to my personal details?
- What mechanisms are in place for the fair reporting of reviews?
- Can fake positive and negative reviews be posted by companies and users?
- Can I make testimonials?
- What can I do to change listing details that are incorrect?
- Can I be sued for my reviews?
- Is EHR Compare the place for me if I have a significant complaint against a provider or organisation?
- What can I do if I am a vendor that disputes a review?
Fist you must have an account. Have a representative from your company get a free account. Once they complete the registration process, find the Listing and click on "Claim this listing". The account will be verified and then given 'owner' status to the user. Once the user is the owner ofthe Listing, he/she can edit the data by clicking on the cog icon and selecting "Edit Listing".
If you cannot find your product on our site, please contact us to have it added.
Tips: the Listings with the most reviews float to the top of the pages. If you'd like to add premium fields such as a Demo link, a 'Request More Info' intake form, or featuring your Listing. Learn More
EHR Compare allows users to share their EHR related experiences. This can provide a fantastic guide in assisting others to find an EHR that suits their specific needs. For some, it may mean using the information to find the one EHR that does "this" or "that". For others, it may be about finding an EHR vendor that has prompt and superior support. Many may in fact may realize that the EHR they already own is pretty amazing.
Furthermore, for the excellent EHR vendors that care about the product and quality of support they provide, both positive or negative feedback can help to improve the experiences of future clients. It's this endless pursuit for maintaining and improving high levels of software that will improve EHR experiences for all users.
The more people there are used excellent EHRs, the more people there are receiving better EHR care. Click to view the related article How you can make EHR better
Firstly you’ll need to register or logged in as a registered user. Then click on the ‘Write a Review’ link on the main menu. Then try and find your EHR via the search. If you find the EHR you wish to review, click on the “Write review” button next to the listing. If you can’t find the listing, add a new one by clicking the green “Add new EHR” in the "Reviews" menu item above.
Once you have created your Listing page, there is an option under the "Manage" button named "Order Upgrade". Click that and it will take you to your options.
Yes. To assist in ensuring the accuracy of reviews, all users must register before making a review. You will need to register with your real name, but only your created username will be displayed to other users.
Easy. Click on the “Create an account” link in the top right corner of the page to begin the process.
What do you mean in the Moderation Guidelines when you say “do not identify anyone else other than a service provider or organisation”?
We ask that you do not identify anyone unnecessarily. Eg. Don’t write “Gladice from Company ABC was very rude to me on the phone".
EHR Compare is totally independent and doesn’t promote or advertise any EHR provider or organisation that is listed on EHR Compare, intentionally, automatically or in any other way.
EHR Compare is owned and operated independently by, and all content published by Society Sites, LLC.
All users need to register before making a review. All users must confirm their email address and declare in their profile what "type" of user they are (end user, vendor, programmer, etc). Users must also follow Moderation Guidelines before posting a review. Reviews that do not abide by the guidelines are not posted, or may be withdrawn at a later date if it is disputed.
EHR Compare does allow affiliated users to make a review. However, this is fully reported in the review and should be taken as such.
EHR Compare requests that users who would like to make a testomonial do so in the "Comments" area of each EHR listing.
Is Heath Reviews the place for me if I wish to lodge a complaint against a provider or organisation?
EHR Compare is not the place to lodge a complaint against a company. If you feel strongly that something was very wrong, it is essential to enter into direct dialogue with that company in relation to your complaint. This is the very best way to allow your vendor to be notified. In this way you can express your concerns to the provider or organisation, and allow them to address your complaint directly. Do not try to "bash" them with a poor review.