CPSI EMR is an integrated suite of products, including electronic health records (EHR), radiology information systems, accounting and billing, and a picture archiving system designed to meet the needs of acute care centers and community & rural hospitals of all sizes. The latest version of the software is ONC-ATCB and Meaningful Use Stages 1 & 2 Certified. It offers multiple features, such as patient portal, lab integration, specialty-specific robust templates, procedural workflow templates, SQL-compliant database, and cardiopulmonary and therapy applications. These features are designed to help practices to ensure financial and clinical data accuracy.
The platform allows users to automate tasks, such as report processing and claim scrubbing. Its open system architecture and sophisticated design incorporate the latest advancements. CPSI EHR comes with three point-of-care medication management modules: medication administration verification, e-prescribing, and medication reconciliation. It ensures quick integration of their EMR system to automate the day-to-day operations of a hospital. Besides, it enables physicians to improve experiences, health outcomes, and safety for patients.
CPSI additionally comes with functionalities, such a lab information system, blood inventory modules, and advanced payment options. These tools assist users with prescription renewal, blood inventory, clinical documentation, quality control, medication reconciliation, and appointment scheduling. Moreover, the software offers training and support for ambulatory care and acute healthcare facilities, even in rural areas.
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It offers online support.
The EHR solution utilizes a single SQL-compliant database that works seamlessly in the healthcare settings to provide timely insights into financial and clinical information anywhere, anytime.
The CPSI EMR is easy to use and navigate. It improves patient care delivery through community, rural, and critical access hospitals.
Users struggle while generating new forms – multiple steps and going back between forms. It does not allow users to not track the number of visits before the g-code update.