4medica iEHR
EMR Software

About This Software

4Medica was founded in 1998 as a Healthcare IT Company to assist healthcare organizations such as large hospitals, ambulatory services, laboratories, care delivery organizations and private practices. Integrated Electronic Health Records (iEHR) by 4Medica is the primary product and aims to build upon an organizations’ pre-existing technologies to ensure health connectivity needed to address Meaningful Use requirements.

iEHR provides care providers with single screen access to patient data, diagnostic results and prescription history. It also allows for greater data sharing within the practice as well as from one practice to another. Patient information can be shared with laboratories through a lab interface, prescription history and requirements can be exchanged with pharmacies through e-prescribing, diagnostic information sharing with integration with diagnostic and imaging equipment and entire files can be sent discreetly to other physicians through secure messaging. Request price.

4Medica also offers Total Care Billing. It covers a wide range of functions from billing including accounts management, eligibility checking, payment processing and denial management, electronic charge, audit and claims processing to patient management including scheduling, patient collection and follow ups. Watch a demo.

4Medica iEHR is Meaningful Use compliant and CCHIT certified. The company provides 24/7 customer support in case a client needs assistance. The web-based SaaS allows practitioners to access their patient files and billing software on handheld devices and mobile phones.

User Reviews

Pros: Easy to use and very user friendly.

Cons: I hate that it is not compatible with all TABs, I had to specially buy an iPad.

  • Christina, Windsor internal medicine
  • Mar, 2017
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