Transforming medical care through EMR

Provide substantial benefits to doctors, clinics, and health care organizations. With EMR systems, patients can quickly and easily receive electronic copies of their health care information on demand. Should you choose to change your health care provider, the universal detailed medical record will help provide a new understanding of your medical history and your current health status to the new patient health care provider.

An electronic medical record (EMR) is an electronic version of the medical history that a doctor generates during an examination. EMRs allow physicians to track patients' conditions over time and control the quality of the general care of the practice. However, this type of digital record can not leave the doctor's office, so it is not easily shared. If a patient changes doctors, it is unlikely that he will follow him.

Why electronic medical records?
  • Better informed clinical decisions
  • When all patient information is in one place, doctors can make informed treatment decisions quickly and safely.
  • How many times have patients needed care in one place and their medical records have been elsewhere, which has slowed vital care? EHRs provide safe access to patient health records anytime, anywhere, supporting the high quality and efficient care that medical professionals want.
  • 97% reported that EHRs contributed to timely access to medical records and 82% reported that EHR positively affected the quality of clinical decisions.

Improvement in the coordination of attention and communication

One in seven hospitalizations results from missing clinical information. Easy access to a complete patient record allows the doctor to effectively coordinate care and communicate with patients.

Potential for long-term savings
  • Time saving due to the reduction in graphics search, graphics storage, transcription and telephone conversations with laboratories or pharmacies.
  • Improved precision in coding and a lower reporting load.
  • Customized EMR solutions that adapt perfectly to your needs. By implementing EMR, multiple healthcare providers can track patient data over a long period of time. It can help identify people who should be checked and tested and monitor how each patient measures certain requiEMRents, such as immunizations and blood pressure readings. EMRs are designed to help organizations provide efficient and accurate care.


Physician Access

Physician access to patient information, such as diagnoses, allergies, lab results, and medications.

Medical Results

Access to new and past test results among providers in multiple care settings.

Improve Compliance

Computerized decision-support systems to prevent drug interactions and improve compliance with best practices.

Access to Patients

Patient access to health records, disease management tools, and health information resources. Computerized administration processes, such as scheduling systems.

Secure communication

Secure electronic communication among providers and patients.