September 21, 2012: Medical software provider Bizmatics is announcing the release of an iPhone app for their flagship electronic medical records software PrognoCIS. The new app – now available for free through the Apple iTunes app store – allows medical professionals who use PrognoCIS EMR to enjoy all the critical functions of their EMR system on their iPhone from any location.
Well-known for its user-friendly interface, multiple methods of data entry, and customizability, PrognoCIS EMR supports a huge range of medical specialties and can be configured to suit practices of any size. PrognoCIS is also compatible with a variety of hardware devices, including desktop PCs, tablets, laptops, and handheld devices. The release of the new iPhone app makes all the key features of PrognoCIS EMR available with even more flexibility and mobility, and providers will now be able to access important patient information at any time and from any location.
The app also allows for physicians to see a list of their appointments each day; view lists of their entire patient base to access records for any patient; and see important patient details like demographic data, previous encounters, lab results, and prescription medication information. Providers can also send secure messages to patients or to other users in the clinic as well as instantly approve prescription refill requests.
“We are very pleased to announce PrognoCIS on iPhone,” says Vinay Deshpande, CEO of Bizmatics. “It enables clinicians to have critical and latest patient information at their fingertips at any time. Our powerful cloud computing architecture allows doctors to access PrognoCIS on wide spectrum of devices without sacrificing accuracy or integrity.”
The new iPhone app’s intuitive and easy-to-use features allow providers who use PrognoCIS EMR even more flexibility and gives them the capacity to provide better patient care. Additionally, PrognoCIS is ONC-ATCB certified and CCHIT certified to meet the requirements for Meaningful Use – meaning that it can qualify practices for federal stimulus money to help offset the cost of their EMR or EHR implementation.
Author: Chris Ferguson