What is EHR integration?
An electronic health record (EHR) is a digital version of a patient's paper chart. While an EHR does contain the medical and treatment histories of patients, an EHR system is built to go beyond standard clinical data collected in a provider's office and can be inclusive of a broader view of a patient's care (information from multiple doctors, hospitals, etc. When a provider wants to share that information with other providers, or with the patients in a patient portal, a developer integrates or connects the portal to Epic, so information can be shared between the two. This allows patients to update and view their records, request prescription refills, schedule appointments, view lab results and more. Clarity’s integration platform, Connect, has an Epic connector and we can help to integrate your Epic instance to any portal, website or mobile app.
Is Epic EMR web based?
Yes. Epic systems EMR (Electronic Medical Records) is cloud-based, so available (with granted access) to any device with an internet browser on it. They have released iOS and Android mobile apps as well.
What is Epic EMR?
Epic integration is the leading Medical Records management platform. Think of it like a CRM for Healthcare. A CRM allows sales people to manage leads, customers, sales. Basically, everything a sales person would want to manage their customers. Likewise, an EMR houses everything about a patient that a Healthcare Provider would need to provide care services. Things like historical information from previous appointments, prescriptions, lab results, x-rays, doctor’s notes, patient bills, etc.
Is Epic an EMR or EHR?
Epic systems primarily develops, manufactures, licenses, supports, and sells a proprietary electronic medical record software application, known in whole as 'Epic' or an Epic EMR. The company offers an integrated suite of healthcare software centered on its Chronicles database management system which then means that Epic is part of an EHR offering, which is used more broadly for generic healthcare than an EMR.
What does EHR stand for?
Electronic Health Records (EHR) are digitalized versions of a patient's medical history that their provider maintains. These reports include essential clinical and administrative data relevant to an individual's care under a healthcare provider. An EHR health system automates access to information, streamlines the clinician's workflow, empowers evidence-based decision making, quality management, and outcomes reporting. Examples of reports include progress notes, patient demographics, medications, problems, past medical history, vital signs, laboratory data, immunizations, and radiology reports.
What are EHR platforms?
Electronic Health Record (EHR) platforms provide medical professionals with streamlined access to patient medical records from a centrally-accessible health system database. EHR’s the majority of healthcare records such as; lab results, medical history, allergies, medication, and even billing information to facilitate a more streamlined process for patient care.
What are the top 5 EHR systems?
While there are several high-quality health system integrations available, a small handful of vendors hold the lion shares of the EHR market. Cerner, Epic, and Allscripts are the big three within the EHR marketspace. Collectively the businesses account for approximately 42% of the ambulatory EHR and 60% of the hospital EHR market.
The top 5 hospital EHRs are: Epic, Cerner, Meditech, CPSI, and Allscripts.
The top 5 ambulatory EHRs are: Epic Systems Corporation, Allscripts, eClinicalWorks, athenahealth, NextGen Healthcare.