Electronic Health Records

PCM Lite offers an Electronic Health Records (EHR). This accessible and standardized repository ensures the secure storage of medical and behavioral health records. A cutting-edge EHR system improves patient outcomes by enabling seamless data collection and reporting, all at your fingertips. Our dedicated in-house support team possesses the expertise to adapt and customize EHR features to suit any scenario and stands ready to provide rapid and efficient virtual frontline assistance.

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How does an electronic health records system improve patient outcomes?

An electronic health records (EHR) system can significantly enhance patient outcomes by streamlining health care delivery. Through centralized and accessible data, it facilitates seamless communication among health care providers, ensuring comprehensive and coordinated care. EHRs offer real-time access to critical patient information, reducing errors in diagnoses and treatments. They enable clinicians to make informed decisions promptly, leading to timely interventions and personalized care plans. Overall, the efficiency, accuracy, and accessibility provided by EHR systems contribute to improved care coordination, better-informed decisions, and ultimately, enhanced patient outcomes.

How user-friendly is the EHR system?

The EHR system we offer is intuitive, offers easy navigation and straightforward interfaces that simplify data entry and retrieval. This contributes greatly to an overall positive user experience.

What training and support is provided to staff?

Training of the EHR system is provided through tutorials and demonstrations. Support is available at all times every day (24/7).

How easy is customization of the EHR system?

The EHR system is easily customizable to the unique needs of each facility. Ready-made forms can be added, deleted, or modified.

Who has access to patient records, and how is access controlled?

Access to patient records in an EHR system is controlled through role-based permissions and authentication methods, allowing authorized health care providers involved in a patient’s care to access relevant information. Role-based access ensures that individuals have specific access rights based on their responsibilities within the health care organization, managed through unique usernames, passwords, and any additional security layers. Access privileges are tiered, granting different levels of information access as per the need-to-know principle. Auditing tools monitor and record access, ensuring accountability and compliance with regulations such as HIPAA, which mandate stringent security measures to protect patient health information in EHR systems.