ESS Imaging Difference

What is often overlooked when evaluating and purchasing an EMR solution is the transition between a paper-based system and an electronic medical record system. Most EMR systems require staff to data enter historical information; ours does not. Every past medical record is scanned into the system with a high-speed scanner.

Flexibility of data input: We have created a versatile electronic medical record system that gives the option of using both paper and electronic format harmoniously. Each physician has a choice of electronic data entry or writing on traditional paper templates that are then integrated into the patient EMR.

Minimal Interruption: Our electronic medical record solution is viewed as an add-on to your existing scheduling and billing applications. Unlike other EMR systems that require your staff to learn new applications for scheduling and billing, we allow your office personnel to maintain their modus operandi; thus incurring minimal interruption and requiring a short learning curve.

Legality of EMR system records: Questions have been raised concerning the long term legality of database electronic medical record systems because version upgrades may not include the same information or look like the original template. Our electronic medical record system uses the PDF format which is an electronic replica of its paper counterpart and has a long history of legality in the U.S. Federal Courts. Each document is kept as an exact replica of the original document.