EMR software helps to manage the creation, organization, and retrieval of electronic patient records. An Electronic Medical Record (EMR) is a digital version of the traditional paper-based medical record for an individual. EMR represents a medical record within a single facility.
Quicker assessment and care from medical professionals.
Data and results are tracked over time.
Improved health diagnosis, treatment and overall quality of care.
Identify patients who are due for preventive visits and screenings.
Enhanced privacy and security of patient data.
Reduction in patient errors and improved patient care.
Enable evidence-based decisions at point of care.
Follow-up information after a visit such as self-care instructions, reminders for other follow-up.
Save space by eliminating paper records needing to be stored, managed and retrieved.
Optimize workflow and increased number of patients served per day.
Reduce administrative difficulties and operational costs.
Interface easily with hospitals, pharmacies, labs and state health systems.
Customizable and scalable electronic records.
Gather and analyze patient data that enables outreach to discreet populations.
Provide clinical alerts and reminders.
Enhance research and monitoring for improvements in clinical quality.
Track electronic messages to staff, other clinicians, hospitals, labs, etc.