CARROLLTON, Ga., April 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Greenway Medical Technologies, a leading provider of integrated electronic health record (EHR), practice management and interoperability technology with practices in more than 30 specialties and subspecialties, continues to experience significant growth and success within the obstetrics and gynecology marketplace. Greenway(R) has become the largest integrated, single-database EHR, practice management and interoperability solution provider, built on the Microsoft(R) .NET framework, to OB/GYN practices, serving more than 260 practices, which include 1,334 doctors and 7,921 users at 532 sites nationwide.
PrimeSuite(R) provides specific benefits to OB/GYN physicians as they can tailor the solution to meet the individual needs of their practices. The customizable functionality allows these practices to automate the patient process, including prenatal flow sheets, lab flow sheets, electronically documenting patient visits, ordering labs, e-prescribing, scheduling appointments, processing claims and sending statements.
PrimeSuite consolidates front and back-office functions so that redundant data entry can be eliminated, rendering the practice's workflow more efficient. Ultimately, physicians can spend more time practicing medicine and less time on tasks such as billing and manual data entry.
PrimeSuite's Antepartum Summary (APS) records data collected by OB/GYN physicians at critical stages and checkpoints during the prenatal period. With the APS, the most crucial information, including ongoing diagnoses, estimated due dates, previous pregnancy outcomes and other important benchmarks can be recorded for reference by physicians during the labor and delivery period to help them administer the best treatment and care for the mother.
"We are excited that Greenway's PrimeSuite has become the leading
integrated, single-database EHR, practice management and interoperability
solution provider for OB/GYN
|SOURCE Greenway Medical Technologies|
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