Monday, January 24, 2022

Electronic Medical Record Software: For Doctors and Patients

Physicians who want to be on the cutting edge of today’s medical market must investigate electronic medical record software. Such a system will help run their everyday tasks and run a smooth and efficient office for themselves and their patients.

Although electronic medical record software can be a costly layout of funds at first, the benefits far outweigh the costs in the long run when it comes to running an efficient medical practice. And patients will come to greatly appreciate the modernized way of running the practice they frequent.

For example, one simple thing that patients will immediately notice once your practice is utilizing electronic medical record software is they no longer will need to have a prescription written out, brought to the druggist and wait for it to be filled or return later to pick up the medicine. Instead, using the new medical software system, the physician can input the prescription directly to the pharmacy of a patient’s choice. Time is saved and the clarity of prescriptions printed out directly via an electronic system allows for less misreading of a doctor’s scribbled notes. This, though, is merely the tip of the iceberg in listing the advantages of having an electronic medical record system.

Both patients, staff and doctors win when EMR software is installed in your office set-up. For one thing, patient’s health histories, lab results and consults with other doctors are all in one place: on their computer record, which would be backed up on a main server and on printed computer paper which is put into the patient’s file. This allows for coordinating the health needs of patients. When it comes to a patient’s health, it’s best if one hand knows what the other hand is doing. Physicians would have access to records using electronic medical record software and immediately know the history, the test results and what other professionals have noted concerning the diagnoses. This saves time and money (especially time) in phone calls, e-mails and faxes between doctors.

One of the most time-consuming tasks a doctor’s staff has involves insurance billing and record keeping. A good electronic medical record system can manage the tangle of insurance billing with relative ease and efficiency. Billing in a medical office involves a complicated set of procedures that takes a great deal of time. Diagnoses, results and patient’s tests are coded and bills are sent to insurance companies which, in most cases, is an often long and grueling process. Electronic medical record software can cut the time this all takes in half. The coding of each diagnosis is automatically put in, taken from the recorded medical record of the patient. The coded bill is then transmitted directly to the insurance company. Electronic medical record software speeds up the time it takes for doctors to get paid or for patients to be reimbursed for monies they’ve already paid out to doctors.

The safety of patients makes having electronic medical record software highly desirable. When all of a patient’s illnesses, test results, medications issues and allergies are listed in one place, available for other physicians to see, it ensures the safety of the patient. Other physicians will not prescribe certain medicines if they see that it might interact with what the patient is already taking. Not everyone is so quick to remember what medications they take or the dosages, nor are they apt to remember a specific illness they’ve had in the past. But all of that information would be included on the patient’s EMR system chart.


For safety, convenience, efficiency and a modernized medical practice, electronic medical record software is something to investigate and to ultimately integrate into any medical office system.

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