Newly Released Practice Management Software System for Improved Patient Care

The Patient Information Center and the Secure Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) connector - it is designed to simplify an entire office’s digital electronic workflow

Dublin, United States - May 16, 2019 /PressCable/ —

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Charleston, SC: Enterprise Medical Systems, LLC announces the latest release of its Practice Management Software System. Built with two key components – the Patient Information Center and the Secure Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine (DICOM) connector – it is designed to simplify an entire office’s digital electronic workflow, from the front desk, to the doctor/clinical staff, to the billing and administration team.

EMS has designed, developed and deployed this market tested software system that has a 15-year track record of performance. The EMS HIPAA compliant software enables safe transport of any DICOM 3.0 compatible set of files. Healthcare providers can view these images on any device whether it be a full diagnostic workstation, laptop or mobile device, i.e., iPhone, iPad, Android, Surface, etc.

The Practice Management Software System is developed to accommodate and primarily serve the radiology and dental healthcare environments and related specialties. This software release will enable a radiologist or dental specialist to perform the following:

– Easily transfer images from modalities such as a MR, CT, CR, DX, NM, cone beam CT scanner or PANO to the PIC web viewer

– Allow referring physicians to upload DICOM images, images, documents, or data files via secure drag and drop to a patient’s electronic medical record

– Quickly lookup referred patients Electronic Medical Records (EMR) notes and append patient files to be viewed on one screen

– Cataloge and document end user access and accountability of patient EMR record

“We have a combined experience of over 50 years in medical software and hardware development,” explains CEO Brandt Cook, “Added to that we brought in experts with over 20 years of experience in medical and healthcare administration, medical healthcare technology, patient administration, and patient care providers to ensure we were providing a complete solution, not just a one-off software program.”

This turn-key system is more than software. EMS’s software development implementation team works side by side to make sure goals are met and the organization stays on time and budget. Training is available with EMS led certification courses, customized peer-to-peer training, and resources for on-boarding and go-live, so owners become confident with the system.

Users have US-based technical support for networks, hardware and software directly based on support packages purchased. There is also 24/7 network monitoring and support via secure broadband VPN access, along with phone and e-mail technical support. After go-live, maintenance and support of the software and systems is key to customer satisfaction.

The core features of Practice Management Software System include:

– Electronic Medical Records/Electronic Health Records

– DICOM Imaging

– Built in Speech to text

– Patient Relationship Management

– Staff Payroll and HR Administration

– Insurance Claim Processing

– Printing Support

– Patient Reminder Service

– SAAS Work from anywhere platform

– Referral Physician Dashboard

– Patient Dashboard

– User Interface Customization

– Data Conversion

– Image Storage

– Implant Quality Control

– Credentialing

Enterprise Medical Systems, LLC offers a wide variety of solutions tailored to a healthcare institution or individual practice needs. To set up a free one-hour consultation and learn how the Practice Management Software System will directly impact operations visit https://www.enterprisemedicalsystems.com/web-inquiry/.

Enterprise Medical Systems, LLC is more than a healthcare software developer and healthcare technology managed service provider (msp). Improving patient care through services by delivering meaningful and simplistic software for today’s complex radiology, dental, and specialty practices is the core business strategy. Enterprise Medical Systems’ ownership has harnessed specific IP (Intellectual Property) and expertise in the healthcare industry for over the past 20 years. The company was started to specifically design, develop, and implement software and applications in the healthcare industry across multiple disciplines. Please visit www.enterprisemedicalsystems.com for more information and education materials.

Contact Info:
Name: Natalia Dyshkant
Organization: Enterprise Medical Systems
Address: 6235 Enterprise Ct, Dublin, OH 43016, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 513113

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