Dedicated Support for your Practice

Our patientNOW technicians are available to assist you and your practice from 9:00 am to 8:00 pm Eastern Standard Time. For immediate support, you can call our toll-free technical support line. If you have questions or an issue that is non-urgent, feel free to send us an email and we’ll get back to you within a couple business days.

When you call patientNow technical support, you’ll be paired with one of our dedicated support personnel, not an automated answering system like many other companies use. The technician will work with you to resolve the issue. All of our technical support professionals are prepared to handle issues with the patientNOW EMR system, as well as basic hardware, software, and network troubleshooting. If necessary, the support person can connect remotely to your workstation or access your server.

Contact Information

Toll Free Line: (800) 436 – 3150 x2

Email patientNOW Support

Support FAQ

Support and updates for Windows XP are no longer available as of April 8, 2014. Windows XP will NOT be HIPAA compliant after this date. Click here for more information about Windows XP.

Any calls or emails received outside of the scheduled times will be addressed the next day.

Our technicians use LogMeIn IT Rescue to connect remotely to workstations. We access your server via LogMeIn link.

We are constantly working on updates for our software to keep it running at its best for you and your practice. We listen to your feedback and release new updates and features based on what you are looking for. All clients on support get complimentary updates that occur after hours so that your day is not interrupted.

One of our training or support personnel will follow-up regarding your problem. Issues may be forwarded to our software development team, with a tracking number for specific clients.

We can advise you on hardware upgrades and can even help you obtain discounts from vendors, but hardware maintenance is your responsibility.

Click the i in the upper left corner of your patientNOW window to find out what build you are on. All workstations and server should be on the same build.

Yes, by running either Boot Camp or Parallels and Windows 7 or 8 Professional 32 bit. Always use a standard Intel based Server running Microsoft Server 2008 configured as a domain controller or a member of a domain.