Intergy EHR by Sage Version 3.5

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Intergy EHR by Sage Version 3.5


* Description of Product

lntergy EHR by Sage is a robust solution providing tools to increase efficiency and quality of patient care through an integrated Electronic Health Record and practice management system. Designed to complement the work style and clinical approach of the practice, lntergy EHR tracks multiple patients, open charts, laboratory results, e-prescriptions, patient documentation and more-all in one intuitive, easy-to-use desktop, lntergy EHR can be configured to alert physicians to preventive and conditionspecific treatment options required to meet health guidelines established by the physician. When combined with leading financial and scheduling features found in lntergy by Sage and the business intelligence provided by Practice Analytics by Sage, practices can have a unique, 360-degree view of their business, allowing providers to feel as confident about running their businesses as they do about providing healthcare.

* Market Served

Our customers range from single-physician and other small practices to large ambulatory healthcare organizations with hundreds of doctors. We support all specialties, with special attention to ob/gyn and orthopedics. In addition to ambulatory care settings, lntergy EHR is also found in freestanding radiology centers, academic medical centers, billing services, health maintenance organizations, managed care plans, mental health centers, outpatient departments, physician hospital organizations, surgery centers and urgent care centers.

* Delivery Mechanism

lntergy EHR is available in a client/server version.

* Practice Management System Interface

lntergy EHR is integrated with the lntergy practice management system (also developed by our company).

* Interoperability

lntergy EHR supports the usage of codified data, the cornerstone of data interoperability· We are a longtime member of and supporter of HL7, and all lntergy products fully support HL7 standards for interoperability. Our ePrescribing module enables physicians to send accurate, easy-to-read prescriptions and renewals with DUR and formulary validation to pharmacies via our national prescription EDI network. Both order entry and results delivery are automated for most commercial labs along with in-office or hospital-based labs.

* Decision Support

lntergy EHR's Health Management feature enables a practice to establish care plans, guidelines and protocols, and will automatically issue reminders based on those protocols. Disease registries can be built using this feature as well. The Medcin® knowledgebase includes Intelligent Prompting, which can review more than 6.8 million links between Medcin terms and thousands of diagnoses, and can be used as a diagnostic tool. The prescription DUR option enables the practice to check prescriptions for correct dosage, drug interactions and other potentially unsafe conditions. The formulary feature of the prescription system enables validation of compliance with the patient's insurers' formulary. …

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