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OpenEMR Screenshots: Login Images 2 of 2

These images come from the OpenEMR by Sunset Systems.  From their website:

The OpenEMR community is dedicated to guarding OpenEMR’s status as a free, open source software solution for medical practices. Its members are comprised of software developers, as well as physicians and others with extensive medical and billing knowledge, all with the common goal of making OpenEMR a superior alternative to its proprietary counterparts.

The project’s home is SourceForge, at http://sourceforge.net/projects/openemr/. There are additional project resources at http://www.open-emr.org/, including a demonstration site.
Following are some of the guiding principles that have been formulated by the project’s most active members:

  • OpenEMR will remain 100% free software under the GNU GPL.
  • We will maintain a spirit of openness, kindness and cooperation.
  • We will give back to the free software community.
  • We will document our changes and improvements.
  • We will not hide problems.
  • We will not discriminate against persons or groups, subject to our focus on the field of medicine and we encourage the use of OpenEMR in other languages.
  • We will avoid needless complexity, to include software design, installation, maintenance and usability.

 

For more information and screenshots from the OpenEMR please visit their website.

November 26, 2012 I Written By

OpenEMR Screenshots: Login Images 1 of 2

These images come from the OpenEMR by Sunset Systems.  From their website:

The OpenEMR community is dedicated to guarding OpenEMR’s status as a free, open source software solution for medical practices. Its members are comprised of software developers, as well as physicians and others with extensive medical and billing knowledge, all with the common goal of making OpenEMR a superior alternative to its proprietary counterparts.

The project’s home is SourceForge, at http://sourceforge.net/projects/openemr/. There are additional project resources at http://www.open-emr.org/, including a demonstration site.
Following are some of the guiding principles that have been formulated by the project’s most active members:

  • OpenEMR will remain 100% free software under the GNU GPL.
  • We will maintain a spirit of openness, kindness and cooperation.
  • We will give back to the free software community.
  • We will document our changes and improvements.
  • We will not hide problems.
  • We will not discriminate against persons or groups, subject to our focus on the field of medicine and we encourage the use of OpenEMR in other languages.
  • We will avoid needless complexity, to include software design, installation, maintenance and usability.

For more information and screenshots from the OpenEMR please visit their website.

October 29, 2012 I Written By

WebChart EHR Screen Shots: 6 of 6

These images come from the WebChart EHR by Medical Informatics Engineering.  From their website:

WebChart EHR is a Web-based longitudinal patient record that can be adopted all at once or in scalable increments best suited for your practice.

WebChart modules include full document management, dictation, transcription, exam template, order entry, med entry, prescription support, patient education, and other components. WebChart observes major interoperability standards, including IHE profiles, HL7, DICOM, CCR and CDA. WebChart integrates data from internal ambulatory documentation, practice management systems, labs, RIS/PACS, hospital interfaces, and from personal health record (PHR) systems.

WebChart supports multiple forms of data entry to document patient encounters, orders and other components of the patient visit. Authorized users can securely access the patient record, create tasks, create orders and generate encounter information from any Web-enabled PC at home, the office, clinics, or the hospital.

For more information about the WebChart EHR by Medical Informatics Engineering please visit their website.

October 22, 2012 I Written By

WebChart EHR Screen Shots: 5 of 6

These images come from the WebChart EHR by Medical Informatics Engineering.  From their website:

WebChart EHR is a Web-based longitudinal patient record that can be adopted all at once or in scalable increments best suited for your practice.

WebChart modules include full document management, dictation, transcription, exam template, order entry, med entry, prescription support, patient education, and other components. WebChart observes major interoperability standards, including IHE profiles, HL7, DICOM, CCR and CDA. WebChart integrates data from internal ambulatory documentation, practice management systems, labs, RIS/PACS, hospital interfaces, and from personal health record (PHR) systems.

WebChart supports multiple forms of data entry to document patient encounters, orders and other components of the patient visit. Authorized users can securely access the patient record, create tasks, create orders and generate encounter information from any Web-enabled PC at home, the office, clinics, or the hospital.

For more information about the WebChart EHR by Medical Informatics Engineering please visit their website.

October 17, 2012 I Written By

WebChart EHR Screen Shots: 4 of 6

These images come from the WebChart EHR by Medical Informatics Engineering.  From their website:

WebChart EHR is a Web-based longitudinal patient record that can be adopted all at once or in scalable increments best suited for your practice.

WebChart modules include full document management, dictation, transcription, exam template, order entry, med entry, prescription support, patient education, and other components. WebChart observes major interoperability standards, including IHE profiles, HL7, DICOM, CCR and CDA. WebChart integrates data from internal ambulatory documentation, practice management systems, labs, RIS/PACS, hospital interfaces, and from personal health record (PHR) systems.

WebChart supports multiple forms of data entry to document patient encounters, orders and other components of the patient visit. Authorized users can securely access the patient record, create tasks, create orders and generate encounter information from any Web-enabled PC at home, the office, clinics, or the hospital.

For more information about the WebChart EHR by Medical Informatics Engineering please visit their website.

September 28, 2012 I Written By

WebChart EHR Screen Shots: 3 of 6

These images come from the WebChart EHR by Medical Informatics Engineering.  From their website:

WebChart EHR is a Web-based longitudinal patient record that can be adopted all at once or in scalable increments best suited for your practice.

WebChart modules include full document management, dictation, transcription, exam template, order entry, med entry, prescription support, patient education, and other components. WebChart observes major interoperability standards, including IHE profiles, HL7, DICOM, CCR and CDA. WebChart integrates data from internal ambulatory documentation, practice management systems, labs, RIS/PACS, hospital interfaces, and from personal health record (PHR) systems.

WebChart supports multiple forms of data entry to document patient encounters, orders and other components of the patient visit. Authorized users can securely access the patient record, create tasks, create orders and generate encounter information from any Web-enabled PC at home, the office, clinics, or the hospital.

For more information about the WebChart EHR by Medical Informatics Engineering please visit their website.

September 25, 2012 I Written By

WebChart EHR Screen Shots: 2 of 6

These images come from the WebChart EHR by Medical Informatics Engineering.  From their website:

WebChart EHR is a Web-based longitudinal patient record that can be adopted all at once or in scalable increments best suited for your practice.

WebChart modules include full document management, dictation, transcription, exam template, order entry, med entry, prescription support, patient education, and other components. WebChart observes major interoperability standards, including IHE profiles, HL7, DICOM, CCR and CDA. WebChart integrates data from internal ambulatory documentation, practice management systems, labs, RIS/PACS, hospital interfaces, and from personal health record (PHR) systems.

WebChart supports multiple forms of data entry to document patient encounters, orders and other components of the patient visit. Authorized users can securely access the patient record, create tasks, create orders and generate encounter information from any Web-enabled PC at home, the office, clinics, or the hospital.

For more information about the WebChart EHR by Medical Informatics Engineering please visit their website.

August 22, 2012 I Written By

WebChart EHR Screen Shots: 1 of 6

These images come from the WebChart EHR by Medical Informatics Engineering.  From their website:

WebChart EHR is a Web-based longitudinal patient record that can be adopted all at once or in scalable increments best suited for your practice.

WebChart modules include full document management, dictation, transcription, exam template, order entry, med entry, prescription support, patient education, and other components. WebChart observes major interoperability standards, including IHE profiles, HL7, DICOM, CCR and CDA. WebChart integrates data from internal ambulatory documentation, practice management systems, labs, RIS/PACS, hospital interfaces, and from personal health record (PHR) systems.

WebChart supports multiple forms of data entry to document patient encounters, orders and other components of the patient visit. Authorized users can securely access the patient record, create tasks, create orders and generate encounter information from any Web-enabled PC at home, the office, clinics, or the hospital.

For more information about the WebChart EHR by Medical Informatics Engineering please visit their website.

August 20, 2012 I Written By

PrognoCIS EMR Screenshots

These images come from the PrognoCIS EMR.  From their website:

Bizmatics provides clinical and business productivity suites and services to healthcare providers of all sizes and specialties. Our flagship application suite PrognoCIS is a fully-integrated solution consisting of PrognoCIS EMR, PrognoCIS Billing, PrognoCIS patient portal and PrognoCIS eTools. PrognoCIS EMR supports all major specialties and is fully customizable. Integrated architecture supports common database for all Bizmatics products to ensure seamless, real-time information flow between EMR, Billing, the Patient Portal, and other tools. PrognoCIS is available both as an ASP service or an in-house Client Server solution.

All of a patient’s clinical history is neatly, securely and logically stored Provides for seamless communication between your practice and labs.

PrognoCIS EMR

  • Scaleable from single physician offices to large groups with multiple locations
  • Supports all major specialties
  • Complete clinical data and process automation
  • Interface with LabCorp, Quest, Bio-Reference etc

For more information about the PrognoCIS EMR please visit their website.

August 15, 2012 I Written By

SequelMed EHR V8.0 Screenshots

These images come from the SequelMed EHR.  From their website:

SequelMed EHR v8.0 is an all-in-one, fully integrated electronic health records solution that combines the robust power of Practice Management software, document management and Electronic Medical Record solutions.

When you choose SequelMed EHR software, you do not just get the software that transforms your patient records to electronic health records, you get a complete solution with a powerful range of features that enable immediate access to patient health information and advanced decision-making tools.

For more information about the SequelMed EHR v8.0 please visit their website.

July 23, 2012 I Written By