MedInformatix Electronic Health Record
MedInformatix Electronic Health Record Version 7.5 ONC-ATCB Certified as a Complete EHR.
When first opened, the MedInformatix Electronic Health Record contains a summary of the patient’s chart on the right with the workflow listed on the left. These are both customizable. Along the top of the screen, there are buttons to access other areas of the system, e.g. past documents, patient billing, orders, prescriptions, lab results, etc.
Data may be input into the EHR several ways. Most physicians elect to use a wireless, hand-held device with touch screen technology. This makes it fast and easy to select values from the customizable choice lists. To further increase the speed of data entry, the physician can use pre-defined “Normals” or copy the information from the patient’s last visit.
The Document Repository acts as the paper chart and each section may be created and named by the practice. All documents stored in the repository may be printed or faxed at any time.
- Meets Stage 1 of Meaningful Use criteria
- Customizable patient chart summary and workflow
- Readily available specialty-specific templates
- Document Repository holds any scanned or incoming faxed documents, hospital, lab, radiology reports, and digital images
- Documents can also be electronically signed and saved as an encrypted, medically legal document
MedInformatix offers their award-winning EHR tailored to a variety of specialties including:Cardiology, Radiology, Ophthalmology, Orthopedics, and much more!
MedInformatix V7.5 Has Been ONC-ATCB Certified to Meet All Meaningful Use Criteria.
This Complete EHR is 2011/2012 compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ATCB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services or guarantee the receipt of incentive payments.
MedInformatix, October 22, 2010, Version 7.5, 1022201024238, Clinical Quality Measures: NQF0013, NQF0421, NQF0041, NQF0024, NQF0028, NQF0038, NQF0059, NQF0061, NQF0064. Additional software used: TrueCrypt v2.0, email software, spreadsheet software.
Top 12 Questions to Ask Your EHR Vendor
- 1. What is the structure of the implementation team that will make an assessment of readiness for Meaningful Use?
- 2. Is the specific system version proposed the same version that is ONC certified? Certified as interoperable with our regional health information exchange or health information organization? Won the awards mentioned?
- 3. As a template-driven and completely customizable system. For ______ specialty, how much time is needed to populate and customize the templates?
- 4. What reporting capabilities are natively embedded in the system? How easy is it to generate custom reports?
- 5. What is the pricing structure? Is it by practitioner? Location? Are there different prices for varying types of practitioners?
- 6. Does the vendor have a complete inventory of drug, allergy, food interactions and alerts for each of these incorporated into the system?
- 7. How many clients can demonstrate they have achieved their ROI?
- 8. Have currently clients been more successful with a "big bang" implementation approach or a phase-in approach?
- 9. Does the vendor have a dashboard report to track phone message turnaround time by nurses and providers?
- 10. Do you have a user group that meets annually? What other ways can users share information?
- 11. How many providers in ______ specialty use the system? Can you provide references that have set up this version?
- 12. To achieve meaningful use qualification, do you have dashboards and other tools that allow the evaluation how providers are doing in specific areas needed to qualify for ARRA/HITECH funds?