Working with the advice and suggestions of customers, Misys Healthcare Systems is rolling out a new version of its electronic medical records product that provides mobile point-of-care access.

The EMR 7.0 solution is enabled to retrieve or input patient data from a PC, tablet PC or wireless device, the company says.

Physicians can get data in the examination room and use the product for transcription, imaging, orders management, messaging and prescription writing or other tasks.

“The new Misys EMR is a collaborative effort between Misys and our customers,” said Pat McNamee, president of Misys Healthcare Systems’ physician systems group, in a statement. “To ensure that Misys EMR meets the workflow needs of physicians and caregivers in all key medical specialties and primary care practices, we worked closely with current customers to tailor the product to their needs.

“Not only did we review and incorporate customer feedback suggestions, but we asked our Misys EMR Physician Advisory Board of experienced clinicians to help guide our development efforts,” he added. “And the result is a feature-rich, physician-friendly EMR that helps medical practices more easily and more efficiently handle their daily tasks.”

Key features include preventive health maintenance rules, assignment of risk factors for patients, medical diagrams that can be linked to patient charts, formulary plans for drugs including costs and therapeutic class, a prenatal module, content libraries for specific practices, voice capture, and an HIPAA security audit trail to protect record confidentiality.

Misys Healthcare now has more than 92,00 physicians as customers.

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