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EDIS Solutions for Hospital Emergency Departments

Solutions for Hospitals

The only Emergency Department Information System (EDIS) in the United States to have a Patent on its design, EMRDoc by EPOWERdoc, is helping physicians, nurses, and other providers take emergency care to the next level. EMRDoc allows for easy management of electronic medical 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 electronic medical records (EMR). We've taken into account what you're looking for in an electronic medical record solution, so that even the busiest Emergency Departments will find EMRDoc an effective tool for managing medical electronic records.

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The unique features of EMRDoc include:

  • Customizable ED Tracking Board and Patient Status Monitoring

  • Interfaced Electronic Order Entry (CPOE)

  • Interoperability and interfacing with existing Hospital EDIS

  • Real Time Clinical Decision Support, Clinical Prompting, and Drug Interaction Warnings

  • Certified Electronic Prescription Writing Module

  • PQRI and Management Reporting Engine

  • Facility Coding Engine and Physician Coding Assist

  • Simultaneous Physician and Nursing Documentation with real time co-population of Medical Record

  • 150 Chief Complaints with proven age and gender-specific content

  • Ability to add multiple Chief Complaints on the fly

  • Proprietary Prose Engine creates human sounding final Medical Record in dictation like format

  • Compliance, Meaningful Use and Administrative Reporting Module

  • US Patented design allows maintenance of patient care times without upstaffing or scribes

  • Discharge Module with over 1200 customizable Discharge Instructions

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