Kansas Microhospital Chooses EPOWERdoc to Provide EDIS
ATLANTA, Ga.— EPOWERdoc has been selected to provide its Emergency Department Information System (EDIS) at Topeka ER & Hospital in Topeka, Kansas. The EPOWERdoc team is working with the Information Technology staff at Topeka ER & Hospital on the implementation of the EDIS.
Topeka ER & Hospital is an emergency-focused micro-hospital that uses the same equipment and technology found in a modern hospital ER, including bedside ultrasound, digital radiology, CT scan, MRI and a comprehensive clinical laboratory.
EPOWERdoc, a long-time leader in delivering documentation solutions for Emergency Medicine providers, has been successful in developing a platform that meets the unique inpatient and observation needs of 24/7 facilities like Microhospitals. The EPOWERdoc offering 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 as well as observation, inpatient, and similar acute care settings.
In addition to Microhospitals, EPOWERdoc offers a full suite of EHR solutions and paper-based documentation tools to Freestanding Emergency Centers, Urgent Care Centers, and hospital-based Emergency Departments. EPOWERdoc has also developed a full-service Telemedicine EHR platform.
EPOWERdoc is a leader in computerized Emergency Department Information Systems (EDIS), using a design team comprised of emergency physicians and nurses. Additionally, EPOWERdoc provides inpatient solutions for Micro Hospitals, a Telemedicine Platform, and superior medical content for other vendor EMR builds. The EPOWERdoc mission is centered around excellence, integrity and service.
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