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Electronic Medical Record (EMR) Integrated clinical data and workflows

Electronic Medical Record (EMR)

Integrated clinical data and workflows

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Philips Electronic Medical Record (EMR) is a comprehensive solution providing a patient-centered information system supporting clinical workflows and decisions at the point of care. Philips EMR is designed to centralize clinical data helping to enhance patient and staff satisfaction and supporting your goals in reducing the costs of care.

Features
Digitized documentation

Digitized documentation for clinical productivity

The system offers full processing of electronic entry of clinician instructions for patient treatment, particularly those who have been hospitalized. The entered orders are natively integrated for the medical staff or to the departments responsible for fulfilling the order, including pharmacy, laboratory, radiology, nutrition, blood bank, and dialysis. Computerized provider order entry (CPOE) supports your efforts to: reduce the time it takes to distribute and complete orders, increase efficiency by reducing transcription errors, prevent duplicate order entry, and simplify inventory management
Operational efficiency

Enhance staff experience and operational efficiency

The system offers full processing of electronic entry of clinician instructions for patient treatment, particularly those who have been hospitalized. Entered orders are natively integrated for medical staff or departments responsible for fulfilling the order, including pharmacy, laboratory, radiology, nutrition, blood bank, and dialysis. Computerized provider order entry (CPOE) supports your efforts to: reduce the time it takes to distribute and complete orders, increase efficiency by reducing transcription errors, prevent duplicate order entry, and simplify inventory management and billing.
Clinical decision support

Clinical decision support to enhance quality of care

Connected clinical decision support (CDS) tools provide clinicians knowledge and patient-specific information, intelligently filtered and presented at appropriate times. CDS encompasses a variety of tools to enhance decision-making in the clinical workflow including computerized alerts and reminders to care providers, clinical guidelines, condition-specific order sets, focused patient data reports and summaries, documentation templates, diagnostic support, and contextually relevant reference information.
Specialized workflows

Workflows for specialized departments

EMR supports emergency department (ED)-specific processes such as patient list management, triage and protocols configuration. In the operating room (OR), all patient information related to pre-, peri- and post-surgery and anesthesia procedures must be completely noted down. In the oncology space, specialist records such as oncology anamnesis, loco-regional exam, staging, and tumor progress should be noted with specific fields. Ophthalmology specialist records including eyes anamnesis, physical and equipment examination, glasses and lenses, etc., are possible.
  • Digitized documentation
  • Operational efficiency
  • Clinical decision support
  • Specialized workflows
See all features
Digitized documentation

Digitized documentation for clinical productivity

The system offers full processing of electronic entry of clinician instructions for patient treatment, particularly those who have been hospitalized. The entered orders are natively integrated for the medical staff or to the departments responsible for fulfilling the order, including pharmacy, laboratory, radiology, nutrition, blood bank, and dialysis. Computerized provider order entry (CPOE) supports your efforts to: reduce the time it takes to distribute and complete orders, increase efficiency by reducing transcription errors, prevent duplicate order entry, and simplify inventory management
Operational efficiency

Enhance staff experience and operational efficiency

The system offers full processing of electronic entry of clinician instructions for patient treatment, particularly those who have been hospitalized. Entered orders are natively integrated for medical staff or departments responsible for fulfilling the order, including pharmacy, laboratory, radiology, nutrition, blood bank, and dialysis. Computerized provider order entry (CPOE) supports your efforts to: reduce the time it takes to distribute and complete orders, increase efficiency by reducing transcription errors, prevent duplicate order entry, and simplify inventory management and billing.
Clinical decision support

Clinical decision support to enhance quality of care

Connected clinical decision support (CDS) tools provide clinicians knowledge and patient-specific information, intelligently filtered and presented at appropriate times. CDS encompasses a variety of tools to enhance decision-making in the clinical workflow including computerized alerts and reminders to care providers, clinical guidelines, condition-specific order sets, focused patient data reports and summaries, documentation templates, diagnostic support, and contextually relevant reference information.
Specialized workflows

Workflows for specialized departments

EMR supports emergency department (ED)-specific processes such as patient list management, triage and protocols configuration. In the operating room (OR), all patient information related to pre-, peri- and post-surgery and anesthesia procedures must be completely noted down. In the oncology space, specialist records such as oncology anamnesis, loco-regional exam, staging, and tumor progress should be noted with specific fields. Ophthalmology specialist records including eyes anamnesis, physical and equipment examination, glasses and lenses, etc., are possible.
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