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Integrating with Epic

Integrating with Epic

Epic is located in Madison and so are we.

Because our headquarters are in Madison, WI and many of our valuable customers are also Epic clients, we cannot help but notice when Epic has one of its major user events (UGM and XGM). Known by the “outside world” mostly for their fun and wild themes, and enjoyed by the non-invited at the “after parties” throughout the city, they are famous for filling up all the hotels and bringing a bit of chaos to our incredible city.

Simplify your workflows

Simplify your workflows

Are you looking for an incoming fax solution?

Maybe you haven't heard. Our platform can solve problems you've been awaiting answers for! We can reduce FTE's, reduce the amount of time it takes to get faxes and results into the EMR, and reduce data entry errors.

5 Ways to Master Your Epic EMR

5 Ways to Master Your Epic EMR

I worked at Epic for 12 years and I'm a big fan of what they do to innovate their products to meet the needs of clinicians. However, no matter how good the Epic EMR software is, implementing an infinitely complex piece of software in an infinitely complex industry brings with it many short-comings.

A few that I saw the most during my tenure at Epic were:

Stop Digging Through Attachments in the EMR Media Tab

Stop Digging Through Attachments in the EMR Media Tab

Stop digging through PDF attachments in your EHR media tab.

For clinicians, finding test results in the EHR can feel like an archeological dig – except it’s not as fun.

Is quality reporting in the EMR age not what you thought it would be?

Is quality reporting in the EMR age not what you thought it would be?

Despite massive adoption of electronic medical records over the past several years, the promise of easy and nearly effortless chart abstraction from electronic medical records enabled by an interconnected web of interoperable EMRs sharing standardized data has yet to be fully realized.  You need to look no further than the media tab to see the evidence that we have yet to arrive at this Utopian future.

Interoperability, yes, but with truly accurate data

Interoperability, yes, but with truly accurate data

Interoperability, yes, but with truly accurate data

A mid-Atlantic hospital’s transplant program recently went live with Epic Phoenix to better track pre and post-transplant patients. Prior to the Epic implementation, all patient data was maintained manually on paper flowsheets.

DATA STANDARDIZATION and ACCURACY for Lab Results

DATA STANDARDIZATION and ACCURACY for Lab Results

Document management associations and consulting organizations have published a mountain of studies addressing the inefficiencies of manually keying data from unstructured documents to electronic databases. Most acknowledge that manual data entry is error prone, labor intensive and slows the workflow process.Yet, particularly in healthcare, it’s stunning how many organizations still rely on this practice day to day to populate demographic and lab results data into EHRs and other clinical decision support systems.