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Web-Based EMR Software

Fully Certified Web-Based, Cloud-Based EMR

Healthcare organizations are quickly learning that implementing EMR software is necessary for reducing costs and improving care. Many hospitals and physician practices are turning to web-based or cloud-based software to make the transition easier and less costly.

Cloud-based EMR software eliminates the need for expensive hardware, such as the servers needed to store patient data – and it also means there is no need to have a full-time IT person to manage backups, perform software upgrades, and run server maintenance. With this type of environment, all of these things are taken care of for you by the EMR vendor.

Deployment is also much quicker with cloud-based EMR software installations because you don't need to get a server in place first. The software is hosted on our servers, and it is ready to go when you are. In fact, with web-based software, what might normally take a minimum of two weeks can be done in just a few days.

Once the software is installed, it can be accessed by authorized users via the web. This means that all you need to be connected to your patients' health records is an Internet connection. Accessibility and collaboration has never been easier.

Is Cloud-Based EMR Software Secure?

Web-based systems work by storing EMR data on secure, external servers that use encryption methods and security features that are often more advanced than those used on client servers. Our data centers are all fully HIPAA compliant – and we take extra steps to ensure your patient data is safe.

We provide full backup services with every web-based EMR software package. This means that your patient data won't be damaged or lost in the event of a natural disaster or fire, technical malfunction, or breach.

We really enjoyed when we found out a server was not needed for the EMR software, and we did not have to hire an IT person to get the project moving and in place. We connect from anywhere with our tablet PCs, we print remotely, we scan from our second location, and the files can be seen at our main location.

Andrea Evenson
Practice Administrator, Neurology Centers