Flexible EHR for Efficient Doctors

The most Flexible EHR for Efficient Doctors

EHR with customizable clinical workflows tailored to your needs

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Medical Summary

A single page Patient Medical Summary of the patient's chart shows you the patient's past medical history, family history, current diagnoses, current medications, allergies and immunizations.
Generate a customizable patient summary pdf report document with a single click.
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Medications & Prescriptions

Easily add medications (with ICD-10 codes) and write prescriptions with a few clicks.
Print elegant prescriptions using your business branding with just a click.
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Flexible and Intuitive Charting

Customizable Encounter Notes -
Enter encounter notes using standard SOAP note types or
your own created note types with your own customized sections.
Reduce data entry in recording encounter notes by importing section specific text from your pre-defined note templates.
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ICD-10 Codes

Searchable database of ICD-10 codes for diagnoses and medications for easy entry to patient records.
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Easily Chart on any Device

Webmedy's mobile friendly interface lets you easily chart on any device - phones, tablets or PC.
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Patient Portal

Engage with your patients and share medical records with your patients.
Learn more about Patient Portal and Patient Health Records (PHR)
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EHR related Frequently asked Questions

An electronic health record (EHR) is a collection of electronically-stored health information records for a patient.
Electronic health Records
These records can be shared across different health care settings.
EHR records may include a range of data, including:
  • demographics
  • medical history
  • medication and allergies
  • immunization status
  • laboratory test results
  • radiology images
  • vital signs
  • personal statistics like age, weight and height
Benefits of EHR:
  • EHR eliminates the need to track down a patient's previous paper medical records and assists in ensuring that the patient's medical data is accurate, legible and up-to-date. Handwritten paper medical records may be poorly legible, which can contribute to medical errors.
  • Electronic health records help with the standardization of forms, terminology and data input.
  • The increased transparency, portability and accessibility acquired by the adoption of electronic medical records may increase the ease with which they can be accessed by healthcare professionals.
  • EHR systems accurately capture the state of a patient across time and provide insight into possible trends and long term changes in a patient's health history.
  • Population-based studies of medical records may also be facilitated by the widespread adoption of EHRs and EMRs.
  • Promoting patient participation can encourage healthier lifestyles and more frequent use of preventative care.
Difference between EHR and EMR:
  • An EMR (Electronic Medical Record) is a single practice's digital version of a patient's chart and is a narrower view of a patient's medical history, while an EHR is a more comprehensive report of the patient's overall and are designed to be shared with other providers, so authorized users may instantly access a patient's medical records.
  • While an EMR is mainly used by providers for diagnosis and treatment and are not designed to be shared outside the individual practice, EHRs allow a patient's medical information to move with them to specialists, labs, imaging facilities, emergency rooms and pharmacies, as well as across state lines.
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