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PowerMed Electronic Medical Records (EMR)

ProductsPowerMed Electronic Medical Records (EMR)
Company PowerMed Corp.
Item PowerMed Electronic Medical Records (EMR)
Features 
  • HL7 and CCR compatible
  • Complete range of in-house support and expertise in EMR
  • Standard wired / wireless networks supported
Description PowerMed is one of the original EMR companies, with a wealth and breadth of experience unmatched in the industry. With over a decade of clinical and technical experience, combined with continuous Physician guided design, corporate level training and support, enables PowerMed to transition virtually any office based medical practice to EMR. The unparalleled HL7 and CCR compatible PowerMed charting toolset is backed by a professional team that has mastered the diverse realm of EMR, understanding and respecting the individual nature and needs of Physicians.

Available to all PowerMed Clients is the complete range of in-house support and expertise in EMR, such as Information Technology, implementation planning, workflow analysis / optimization, document management, HCFA guidance, and HIPAA compliance

Info PowerMed Corp.
Customer Service: (207) 772-3920
Web site: http://www.powermed.com

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