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Electronic Clinical Records

Choose HarmoniMD™ for Integrated EMR and ERP Systems

Most hospitals and clinics use two separate software systems for their electronic medical records (EMR) and enterprise resource planning (ERP). This causes undue burdens on the institution due to costs for purchasing, training, and ongoing support of two separate systems, in addition to managing issues with system integration. Until recently, there really wasn’t any other […]

What to look for in an Electronic Health Records (EHR) System: Can it tackle complex processes, such as chemotherapy scheduling?

Note: This blog post continues our exploration of what to look for in an Electronic Health Record System. Please read through our past blog posts for more tips. Most EHR systems on the market today can tackle the basic issues faced by health care facilities, even if the solutions are somewhat inelegant. But as requirements […]

What to look for in an Electronic Health Records (EHR) System: Does it easily integrate your practice protocols?

A state-of-the-art EHR system offers intuitive clinical decision support systems (CDSS) to enable clinicians to make better treatment decisions in real-time. CDSS tools take many forms but most EHR systems fail to adequately address this need. Instead, as we addressed in our October blog, most offer one-size-fits-all, cookie-cutter solutions which fail to capture the nuances […]

HarmoniMD #1 EHR in Latin America

Based on Black Book research, which ranks the top comprehensive Electronic Health Records globally, HarmoniMD™ by MedWave is the number one electronic health records system in Latin America for 2019.    The extensive 354-page research report, conducted Q1 through Q3 2019, includes specific data on several key regions and countries. More than 10,000 stakeholders and regular […]

What to look for in an Electronic Health Records (EHR) System: Is it flexible enough to adapt to your unique needs and workflows?

Unlike HarmoniMD®, most EHR systems on the market today have a set structure: Rather than adapting to your unique needs, they require that you adapt to them. This leads to a very common complaint amongst doctors, and one reason they have grown to dislike EHRs: there are far too many screens they are required to […]