Electronic Health Records
Our Electronic Medical Record (EMR) Software automates and simplifies the patient record documentation, storage and retrieval process. The EMR acts as the backbone for delivering immaculate patient care, establishing efficient processes and maximizing profitability.
Our Internet-based Electronic Medical Record System (EMRS) runs on the user's web browser. This enables universal accessibility from a desktop, tablet PC or handheld computer. Compared to the conventional Windows applications, Our EMR offers the user easy accessibility across locations. Providers can view or edit patient data from a desktop, PDA handheld device or tablet PC at their convenience.
Informed Decision Making
By ensuring swift patient record documentation at the point-of-care, the EMR eliminates the burden of illegible writing, paper processes, and unorganized records. A one-click search allows instant retrieval of patient notes, medications and vital documents, ensuring that the physician makes the best-informed clinical decisions.,h5>Specialty Specific Customization
The Patient data is captured in forms customized to each specialty e.g. cardiology, ENT, and neurology. The point-and-click data capture in these forms reduces the transaction time by over 60%.
Working in a high volume, high-pressure environment it is often possible to overlook minute details in patient documentation. By ensuring secure, detailed documentation as well as accurate chart coding and diagnosis, Our EMR ensures compliance with HIPAA and HCFA norms. This also ensures reduction in malpractice insurance premiums.
The reporting system is an essential tool for business analysis and planning. The system allow users to formulate exhaustive reports by demographics, insurance, ICD/CPT Codes, data accessed, etc.
The system ensures superior coordination among providers, nurses and other staff. Multiple user rights dictate the features available to each user and ensure seamless workflow, with minimal coordination hassles.
Scope for Research Initiatives
With exhaustive electronic documentation, clinics can invest in clinical research. Access to complete patient records, clinical data and reports helps clinics to pursue intensive research with ease.