What is eMDs?
EMDs provides healthcare-centered technology to doctors, nurses, administrators and caseworkers. It can help clinicians, therapists and caseworkers track their patients across different medical institutions, as well as provide a comprehensive overview of important clinical history.
Aprima EHR (recently acquired in 2019) comprises the backbone Its parent company’s EHR offering. It’s got a single database to simplify healthcare administration and provides a flexible deployment model — cloud-based, hybrid, or on-premise.
Product Screenshots and Videos
Benefits and Insights
Why use eMDs?
Key differentiators & advantages of eMDs
- Interoperability: You can safely and securely transfer patient records across systems, reducing redundancy and cutting down on errors and privacy violations. EMDs’s records are adaptable to other systems.
- Improve Patient Outcomes: Providers and caseworkers rely on previous medical histories or important case documents to treat patients. With integrated software like eMDs, you can improve patient outcomes by providing up-to-date records and securely storing a patient’s documentation.
- Fewer Errors: Transcribing errors and incongruities between records can cost patients (and practices) time and money. EMDs’s features advanced error-prevention features.
- Manage Your Practice: EMDs can cover both your medical practice needs as well as your financial needs. It’s a two-in-one solution.
- Gain Peace of Mind: An important part of running a practice is meeting data security standards. This product can securely store and transfer information across systems — from hospitals to small practices.
- Speed up The Revenue Cycle: EMDs offers a revenue cycle management tool alongside its medical software offerings. With an enhanced revenue cycle, you can generate higher income, as well as manage your funds.
EMDs has served the medical industry for more than 23 years. They cover 70+ areas of medical specialty across 65,000 prescribers. The company also claims to have served over 200,000 patients.
- Mobile Application: The program is designed to be portable — literally. It’s got a robust mobile app that enables clinicians and other medical staff to work from anywhere, regardless of your internet connection.
- Deep Interoperability: Operability is a major component in medical software. EMDs can handle simple point-to-point interfaces to health information exchanges and ACOs, or national services like CommonWell and SureScripts.
- Flexible Deployment: The product can be deployed on-premise, or in eMDs’s cloud.
- Multilingual Patient Portals: Multilingual patient portals allow you to engage your clientele who may not speak English, meaning you can better serve diverse populations.
- Reporting: The software offers a reporting package with drill-down capabilities, KPI tracking, and visibility into chart notes. EMDs’s reporting capabilities are certified to help you attest to Merit-based Incentive Payment Systems (MIPS) and Alternative Payment Model participation.
- Replication: The replication feature enables you to work anywhere, on any device, giving your clinicians additional flexibility, regardless of whether or not they’re connected to the internet.
- Financing Module: Though eMDs comes with a suite of software features to help you manage your practice and treat patients, you can also subscribe to their financial platform to help manage your practice’s financial needs.
eMDs Suite Support
mail_outlineEmail: The company does not offer email support.
phonePhone: Users can obtain phone support by dialing (866) 960-6890, Option 1. Turnaround and available times are unknown.
schoolTraining: The company offers eMDs Engage in place of Aprima Academy, its training center for users. They also offer flexible, web-based training to its users.
local_offerTickets: Ticketing options are unknown.