Electronic Medical Record

EMRs are the next step in the continued progress of healthcare that can strengthen the relationship between patients and clinicians. The data, and the timeliness and availability of it, will enable providers to make better decisions and provide better care.

For example, the EMR can improve patient care by:

Reducing the incidence of medical error by improving the accuracy and clarity of medical records. Making the health information available, reducing duplication of tests, reducing delays in treatment, and patients well informed to take better decisions. Reducing medical error by improving the accuracy and clarity of medical records.

EMR Features

Hospital Management

  • Hospital management is becoming an effective tool for hospitals and healthcare facilities to manage their day-to-day operations. EMR systems can boost overall productivity and reduce a healthcare facility's operational costs

Appointment Reminders

  • It doesn’t matter how many appointments a doctor sets: If too many patients fail to show up for their scheduled appointments, a doctor may be facing financial troubles. Empty exam rooms are costly, and overbooking to avoid them can lead to other stressful situations.

Efficient Data Management

  • The software allows healthcare organizations to store and manage patient information, including demographic data, medical history, lab results, and medication information. Authorized personnel can easily access this information, ensuring patients receive the best care possible.

Doctor Portal

  • Doctors will be able to view appointments and calendars, print schedules and forms, enforce scheduling rules. In addition to these, they can enter information about each appointment including the patient, case, location, physician, start date and time, end date and time, appointment reasons, etc. Not only does it improve patient satisfaction, but they can also better manage the flow of patients and maximize their time.

Patient Portal

  • Patient portals are a great way to help educate patients and give them a platform to exchange information with their doctors and speed up their recovery time. Some EMR systems provide a secure login for patients where they can easily access to educational materials (like care-instructions), forms to sign/download, lab results, lists of allergies, immunizations, and medications, appointment scheduling, prescription refill request and more.

Secure Data Storage and Privacy

  • To protect sensitive information, custom EMR solutions ensure that patient data is secure and comply with the latest industry standards. Custom EMR software includes security measures to protect patient information. This includes role-based access control, data encryption, and secure authentication processes.

Laboratory Management

  • This will make it easy to monitor the delivery of test samples and track results. The results will automatically be added into the patient's chart, which saves you time by not having to manually enter each lab/image result. If your patient's results come back and are abnormal in any way, you'd get an alert notification.


  • High-quality EMR systems should have ePrescription tools fully integrated into their software. These tools allow a doctor to order prescriptions, submit that order to the appropriate pharmacy, and alert the patient that the prescription has been sent, all using one tool and taking just a few steps.

Dynamic Template By Doctor Specialty

  • Our EMR system allows to configure Tab & Field functionality as per doctor speciality. Its dynamic feature available to manage by Admin role

Reporting & Analytics

  • The software provides real-time data and analytics, allowing healthcare organizations to make informed decisions. Reports can be customized to meet specific needs and can be used to track patient outcomes, monitor the quality of care, and identify areas for improvement.

Billing System

  • Billing software helps healthcare vendors track accurately and invoice patients for delivered services. Besides, billing features make it possible to manage patient accounts, which allows for keeping them up-to-date and completing follow-up billings on time. That prevents costly medical billing delays associated with denied claims and increased administrative costs.