What does an electronic medical record (EMR) mean?
An electronic medical record is a fully computerized patient record that can be used by various health professionals such as a family doctor, a medical specialist, a nurse, a social worker, etc.
All patient information is found in this secure record; vital signs, medication taken, lab results, clinical notes, history, etc.
And what about Omnimed's electronic medical record?
One of the main features of Omnimed? There is only one record per patient, so even if you change clinic or place of treatment, if Omnimed is used, all the patient history is available in the same place. Healthcare professionals who treat the same patient in several places of practice, therefore, gain in efficiency, by ensuring that they have all the data in hand to take care of the patient more quickly.
The granular data entered in Omnimed also makes it possible to personalize client follow-ups and generate reports and statistics in order to improve care.
1 file per patient
Centralize all patient follow-ups seen in the first and second lines
Complete patient record through the collaboration of all stakeholders;
One digital record used by different institutions and multiple healthcare professionals
Standard and personalized tools allowing structured and searchable data collection
Security and compliance
Electronic medical record certified by the MSSS;
Data access based on patient consent