EMRDoc by EPOWERDoc is an ONC-ATCB certified on-premise electronic medical record (EMR) solution developed for managing emergency services in tertiary care centers and critical access hospitals. Key features include order status tracking, clinical prompting, computerized provider order entry (CPOE) and allergy and drug interaction warnings.

EMRDoc integrates with other hospital information systems (HIS) and includes a patented “Prose Generator,” which provides dictation for patient records. EMRDoc also has a “Fast Chart Completion” feature that incorporates various data entry formats (e.g., handwriting recognition, voice recognition and keyboard entry) for completing charts. The solution provides physician and nursing documentation including multiple age and sex specific chief compliant title selection triggered from registration data. Other features include clinical prompting, decision-making assistance, JCAHO safety screening, First Databank allergy and drug interaction warnings.

EMRDoc provides “Quick Click” anatomic diagram text selection assistance for the description of the clinical specificity required for ICD-10 coding. Support is provided via phone.

Examination record
Examination record

Examination record

Patient factsheet

Patient factsheet

Diagnostics screen

Diagnostics screen

Diagnostics screen

Diagnostics screen

Document viewer

Document viewer

Supported Operating System(s):

Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 8, Windows 10



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Mallory from Regional One Health

Ease-of-use

Value for money

Customer support

Functionality

January 2018

User Friendly and quick to pick up.

Easy to use, sometimes had issues with it crashing.

Pros

This software felt really up to date. The forms were easily accessible to find and have ready for patients. You did not have to click around to find things.

Cons

It seemed to glitch a lot, there were certain things that would make the system crash when clicking on them.

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