Product Quick Facts
EPOWERdoc provides electronic medical record (EMR) systems specifically designed for use by hospital emergency departments. Unlike other medical record solutions, EMRDoc is a comprehensive Emergency Department Information System (EDIS), making it an ideal platform for hospitals that need to streamline provider communications, reduce errors, and maintain compliance with privacy and quality standards.
EPOWERdoc’s EMRDoc program is user-friendly, secure, and integrates physician and nursing documentation. This program is compatible with Windows systems and is JCAHO, HIPAA, CMS, and HL7 compliant. EMRDoc’s physician and nurse chart tools include handwriting and voice recognition, which allow providers to document patient information, clinical information, risk management information, and treatment orders. The program’s computerized order entry and status tracking enables physicians to monitor treatment progress. Unlike other EDIS programs, EMRDoc’s nurse chart tool includes the same flexibility as the physician chart tool, but with added features designed to follow nursing assessment best practices. Both tools include coding guidance and automated time stamping features which accurately reflect each patient encounter in real-time. EMRDoc’s patient tracking, reporting and outcome measurement capabilities increase department-wide efficiency and provide insight into overall operational functioning.
EMRDoc ensures hospital emergency departments are able to provide accurate, efficient, and high quality care on a consistent basis. One of EMRDoc’s users, Dr. Andrew West of Richland Memorial Hospital, was frustrated with the need to complete complex documentation procedures that reduced the time he spent with patients. After using EMRDoc, Dr. West was able to reduce the time spent completing documentation and reviewing charts because of the program’s convenient one-click chart organization feature. As a result of EMRDoc, Dr. West has been able spend more time providing face-to-face patient care.
(Last updated on 03/21/2016)