According to the project leaders, the new features and modernization make this OpenEMR release a significant advance in the field.
OpenEMR is a popular open source electronic medical records (EMR), and the authors announced that version 5.0 has achieved the complete ONC certification. ONC is the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC), who established standards for structured data provided by EHR software.
This ONC certification is needed for medical practices in the USA to participate in Medicare’s Quality Payment Program and to comply with MACRA. MACRA is Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015.
OpenEMR is a very complete medical practice management solution. This Complete Meaningful Use Certification was the result of a community effort along several years, involving over $220,000 in code and effort contributions.
The number of enhancements brought into OpenEMR was huge and includes standardization of patient health info, care coordination, more patient engagement and privacy, safety and automated metrics calculations, along with many clinical quality measures.
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The computerization of clinical data is an irreversible global trend, and it is indisputable that it streamlines and improves patient service. The data becomes auditable, monitored and transferable.
There are many commercial products to computerize the medical history, both in desktops and in the cloud. Their cost is generally proportional to the amount of benefits they offer.
OpenEMR offers the same amount of benefits as the products of 10,000 dollars or more. But this software is free and open source, which means it can be obtained free of charge, and modified to taste without paying licenses.
OpenEMR is the system with the most installations in the world, in more than 15,000 institutions with at least 45,000 professionals, which generated a broad base of users and developers that makes it popular and easy to adapt and modify. Continue reading “Digital Medical Records for institutions”
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Our EMR Support Services
This website provides support for OpenEMR, a free open source solution for Electronic Medical Records, in English and in Spanish.
- We install your Online system for Electronic Medical Records
- Web server and database server rental.
- Options for own domain, own website, own hardware and software.
- Domain certificate for Secure Server, such as https://SecureWebServer.com
- Digital Signatures for Doctors and other sensitive users.
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If you prefer the Spanish version of this site, see OpenEMR.com.ar
The Electronic Medical Records issue is quite complex, because there is no standard yet, and thousands of competing applications try to conquer the big clients. Some are Open Source, some are free, many are sold. A few countries and states have decided to implement a single EMR application, to lower costs and focus all the development effort in a single product. However, not even Socialist countries have reached that goal.
The Electronic Medical Record (EMR) is the centre of many new health businesses. Health care is now 95% direct and 5% remote. In the near future, it will be the other way around.
The need for competition in this area is possibly paramount to achieve safety, usability, acceptance and other quality parameters.
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Anyone can download it, install it and make the modifications to the code that are necessary to adapt the system to the particular needs of a client.
We have developed a system to download printable forms with additional variables to those that come by default. This helps the clinics transition from paper to electronic format. Also we created a score of forms commonly used in external and internal attention.
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There is growing enthusiasm in the United States about the use of electronic medical records (EMR) in patients. Important sums of money have been allocated to subsidize the adoption of this technology by physicians. The magazine Family Medicine highlights in an article both the promises and the disadvantages of this technology. Continue reading “How EMRs improve medical attention by health personnel”