Electronic Health Records can help healthcare providers in the delivery and management of care to patients, including those with chronic conditions. The systems can also bolster decision making by providing clinicians with more comprehensive patient data, as well as help eliminate medical errors and reduce costs associated with unnecessary or redundant tests. Health care providers can access real-time clinical information, such as immediate access to test results, which allows them to initiate a
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Product: Intergy EHR
The Basics: Sage Intergy Electronic Health Record (EHR) is used by doctors' offices ranging in size from solo practitioners to 250 physicians. It runs on laptops, desktops, tablets, or iPads. It can be either software as a service (SaaS) or a traditional client/server solution. It runs on Windows and is a .NET application using the Progress database. Data is encrypted for confidentiality. The price of the package varies depending on how many physicians in the practice are using the system, as well as other contract terms. Medical practices do not need their own IT support staff to run it.
Value To Doctors: Sage said its Intergy EHR is designed to match a physician's workflow. Its features can be customized for each doctor. It tracks data for billing and offers reminders to help improve patient care. Doctors can prescribe medications electronically. Patients can get copies of their medical records in several ways other than a printout, including online and via secure messaging.
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