RxOffice, a firm that develops software and offers design and consultation services, said that it has launched three new products to enable health care organizations to effectively and securely manage patient information while remaining compliant with privacy regulations. In a release, the Company noted:
RxOffice EMR increases efficiency by eliminating paper and EMR Patient Portal can be used with RxOffice EMR or other EMR systems. The mobile RxTextSave plug-in can be used with either of the aforementioned systems.
"Today, more than ever, health care professionals should have systems that will give them timely access to the information they need in a secure electronic environment and to encourage patient education while providing a high level of care," said
RxOffice EMR offers health care providers a system to maintain appointments, review lab reports as well as complete electronic prescriptions and securely maintain patient health records. It also features an online to-do list to help providers better plan their daily activities and appointments. The system is compliant with HIPPA 5010, a new standard that regulates the electronic transmission of specific health care transactions, and is
EMR Patient Portal further enhances the patient experience with health care providers by offering patients secure access to their medical records. Along with allowing patients the ability to track future and past appointments and download medical health records, the EMR Patient Portal empowers patients to track their glucose and blood pressure levels and alert providers if those levels require immediate medical attention.
RxTextSaves is an easy-to-use, mobile application that provides secure, encrypted access for providers to sync texts to patients' medical charts. This mobile plug-in eliminates the time-consuming effort of transcribing communications between doctors and patients.
Using RxOffice EMR and EMR Patient Portal helps health care professionals qualify for the electronic health records (EHR) incentives set forth by the 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). The platform meets the ARRA requirements for meaningful use of EHR technology, which health care professionals must comply with by 2015 or face financial penalty.
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RxOffice, a firm that develops software and offers design and consultation services, said that it has launched three new products to enable health care organizations to effectively and securely manage patient information while remaining compliant with privacy regulations.
In a release, the Company noted: