MedLedger Software


 

MedLedger EHR is a cloud-based electronic health record (EHR) and practice management system for small medical practices. It provides a various EHR modules including clinical notes, custom templates, e-prescribing, medication management, allergy cross-checks, document imaging, lab integration and a summary dashboard with practice performance metrics.

It allows users to manage their front and back office operations along with administrative tasks. MedLedger EHR is HIPAA compliant. The practice management application offers modules for patient scheduling, patient registration data, encounter management, claims management, billing and reporting.

MedLedger is developed and supported by Health Data Services and they also offer specialty specific templates for family medicine, internal medicine, chiropractic, mental health and ophthalmology. Support is provided over the phone, tutorials and online help. It is available in the United States.

 

MedLedger - EHR Dashboard
 
  • MedLedger - EHR Dashboard
    EHR Dashboard
  • MedLedger - Chart Notes
    Chart Notes
  • MedLedger - E-Prescribing
    E-Prescribing
  • MedLedger - Add On Modules
    Add On Modules
Supported Operating System(s):
Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Web browser (OS agnostic), Windows 2000, Windows 10

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ginnis from ken j. tompkins

July 2010

July 2010

not sure what you mean here.

Ease-of-use

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I do not recommend this system for any practice that sees anymore than 20 patients on any given day.

Pros

none that i am aware of and have been working with the system for 3 or more years now

Cons

There are not enough charaters allowed in this paticurlar box. The scheduling is completely inadequate for a busy practice with multiple offices. The accounting system is to confusing for anyone to follow, and mistakes are to hard to fix.

Review Source: Capterra