GEHRIMED EMR Software is a cloud-based Electronic Health Records (EHR) software solution designed for long-term/ post-acute care. The advanced functionalities and robust features offered by the EHR software helps to streamline daily workflows and improve patient outcomes.
GEHRIMED EHR Software platform is HIPAA compliant and ONC-certified to ensure security and protection of sensitive patient data which is shared and transferred. It also provides real-time automatic data backups for protection against any data breaches. The EHR software can easily be optimized for the user’s iPad and desktop. The robust set of tools includes clinical speech recognition, E-Faxing, e-Prescribing (eRx), and billing solutions. Clinical speech recognition helps to simplify the charting process by translating the user’s voice into detailed clinical notes. The billing solutions and Revenue Cycle Management (RCM) solutions take care of end to end financial procedures and claims management.
Customizable templates are available in GEHRIMED EMR Software according to specialty-specific workflows. The EHR Software solution also provides facesheets for patients. These facesheets include insurance data and the patient’s demographic information to be accessed in one place. The intuitive and user-friendly dashboard helps to enhance care delivery and workflow efficiencies.
The complete product suite offered by GEHRIMED EMR Software supports LTC specific workflows and add on features further makes customization easy. Real-time information can be exchanged between LTPAC physicians and senior care facilities via the facility collaboration platform. This connection helps to manage any changes and improve patient care and satisfaction levels.
Pros: Gehrimed EHR software is extremely user-friendly and easy to learn. It provides effective delivery of notes and voice recognition for text to speech notes which simplifies the charting process.
Cons: Unable to create and customize reports, have to call GPM for corrections.
Verdict: Provides the features and tools needed for LTC. The support team is exceptional and responsive.
Margaret, Northwest Medical Center
Pros: I especially like the QPP support offered by the company related to reporting features and EHR data tracking. Information is readily accessible in a breeze and I like the search function when entering the ICD-10 codes. The staff is very responsive and helpful.
Cons: There is room for improvement in the dragon voice feature. It doesnt always type what is being said it also lacks the intelligence when corrections are being made. The patient data entry sometimes appears clunky.
Verdict: I have been able to get an EHR that provides good value for money with the right set of features and tools. The software has helped me to consolidate data so I can report and meet the MIPS requirement.
James, Memorial Healthcare System
Pros: The software is easy to learn and use. It is specifically designed for the workflows of long-term care and meets the unique needs of the practice. It provides great integration with Dragon Voice Dictation. The customer support is good and responsive in times of need.
Cons: It provides no integration with state-controlled substance reporting systems and health information exchanges. It also offers no document management facility to its users.
Verdict: A good EHR software that provides just the right functionality for your practice to thrive.
Pamela, Long-term Care Facility
Pros: EHR software is easy to navigate and use. Provides seamless integration with MIPS dashboard and faxes notes automatically. The advanced search database is very helpful.
Cons: There is more room for customization and sometimes the e-Prescription feature gets clunky. Clinical templates are poor and are time-consuming to use.
Verdict: It is a good EHR software for long term care. Some features work well to provide automation. It has the best ICD-10 code entry-level.
John, Duke University Hospital
Pros: Ease of tracking MIPS/ QPP quality measures in a patient chart.
Cons: Everything else: 1) Poor tech support that takes too much times to answer questions and says things are solved when they are not. 2) Uses a 3rd party vendor that does not functional well for e-prescribing. 3) Uses a 3rd party vendor for speech recognition/ dictation that does not work well with the system 4) Does not fix problems in a timely manner and often creates updates that created new features but solve no previous problems 5) releases updates without testing them to see that they have created more problems 6) Lacks almost any integration with other EHR meaning all data has to be hand entered 7) No hand writing software recognition 8) Company spend more time creating new product than making sure current product is functional.
Annonymous, Medical Practice
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