Fast Lane ER to Use EPOWERdoc EMR

March 2, 2017

OMAHA, Neb.— Fast Lane ER of Irving, Texas has selected EPOWERdoc to supply its electronic medical record (EMR). An established leader in the rapidly expanding freestanding emergency center (FEC) market, EPOWERdoc will work with the information technology team at Fast Lane ER to bring the system live in the coming weeks.

In the FEC market, EPOWERdoc has established itself by providing efficient and comprehensive electronic medical record (EMR) solutions. Boasting the fastest EMR on the market, EPOWERdoc offers a suite of services designed specifically for organizations offering care in the FEC environment. Key features of the EPOWERdoc EMR solution for Freestanding Emergency Centers include:

  • Charting and workflow designed by practicing Emergency Physicians and Nurses to drive efficiency in the Freestanding Emergency Center environment

  • Integrated facility and professional ICD – 9 and 10 coding module

  • Comprehensive patient-registration module

  • Comprehensive Discharge and Patient Education module

  • Certified e-Prescription module

  • Compliance, Meaningful Use and Administrative reporting module

  • Cloud Hosting, Coding, and Billing Services available

In addition to supplying electronic medical record (EMR) technology to address the specific and unique needs of FEC, EPOWERdoc is a leader in serving traditional hospital-based emergency departments as well.


Founded in 2009, EPOWERdoc provides electronic medical record (EMR) solutions to hospital-based Emergency Departments and Freestanding Emergency Centers nationwide. The patent-pending EMRdoc technology allows for easy management of medical electronic records and addresses the unique and fast-paced demands of the Emergency Department with an intuitive user interface developed by ED physicians and nurses. Integrating seamlessly with most HIS systems and Certified for Meaningful Use, EMRDoc enables efficient and comprehensive documentation using EMR.

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