EPOWERdoc Provides EMR to Fort Defiance Indian Hospital
OMAHA, Neb.—EPOWERdoc’s platform is the Electronic Medical Record (EMR) of choice for Fort Defiance Indian Hospital, which includes Tse’Hootsooi Medical Center (TMC), based in Fort Defiance, Arizona. The EPOWERdoc team worked with the information technology department at Fort Defiance Indian Hospital to complete the go-live this fall.
Fort Defiance Indian Hospital is part of the Indian Health System, and serves more than 20,000 patients per year.
EPOWERdoc works with hospitals across the United States to offer a full suite of emergency department EMR tools. The EPOWERdoc platform was designed by practicing Emergency Department physicians and offers an array of intuitive tools aimed at facilitating efficient and effective care in the Emergency Department.
In addition to serving hospital-based Emergency Departments, EPOWERdoc offers a full suite EMR of solutions and paper-based documentation tools to a rapidly growing number of freestanding emergency centers (FEC).
EPOWERdoc is a leader in computerized Emergency Department Information Systems (EDIS), using a design team comprised of emergency physicians and nurses. Additionally, EPOWERdoc provides superior medical content for other vendor EMR builds. As it was from the beginning, the EPOWERdoc mission is centered on excellence, integrity and service. Every employee is committed to going above and beyond in meeting the needs of the client, while focusing on the specialized needs of the physicians, nurses and hospitals they serve.
About Fort Defiance Indian Hospital
Fort Defiance Indian Hospital includes Tse’Hootsooi Medical Center (TMC). Each department at TMC offers Hózhó oriented health care for all patients. Hózhó is a well-balanced orientation to life that encompasses K'é, holism, unity, and harmony. Patient care and patient safety will uphold Hózhó. Healthcare that incorporates Hózhó brings joy, happiness, peace and beauty to the diagnosis and treatment of all patients at the three levels of health interventions: primary, secondary and tertiary.