One of the first two Complete EHRs to receive ONC-ATCB-2011-2012 certification, ChartAccess is designed to quickly lead providers toward EHR success. Designed by clinicians for clinicians, the system makes it easy to overcome many of the commonly cited cost, usability and workflow obstacles to EHR implementation. In addition, the solution meets the mobility needs of end-users with features such as iPhone and iPad applications that make it possible to view patient rounding lists, process orders and access results at the point of care.
"We have made a concerted effort to provide the functionality that truly serves the people that use our solution. That's why all of our development efforts always have been, and always will be, keenly focused on the nurses and the physicians who are using our technology at the point of care," said Ramsey Evans, CEO of Prognosis.
The hospital also is optimizing the value of the solution as a member of a growing RHIO. Under this innovative connectivity model, all participating hospitals dial into one centralized solution remotely, making it much easier to get systems up and running. The EHR is integrated with billing, laboratory, pharmacy, radiology and other ancillary systems at the various hospitals, which allows it to serve as a data repository for all clinical information. As a result, the solution provides a seamless continuum of care for patients, not just as they receive services in one hospital but as they receive care across the entire region.
"Because we can so easily share information, providers across the region will be fully informed at the point of care each and every time they are treating a patient. That just takes the value of an EHR solution and multiplies it exponentially," Barnett said.
The RHIO initially was established with funding from the Texas Department of Rural Affairs (TDRA).
"Implementing electronic records is a huge challenge for any hospital. We realized, howe
|SOURCE Prognosis Health Information Systems, Inc.|
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