With MicroMD EMR, providers can use pre-built templates to start using the electronic medical record (EMR) quickly. Starter history, treatment plan and other templates save time and effort. The MicroMD suite of specialty templates was created by physicians to meet individual specialty needs. And MicroMD EMR’s multiple encounter capture options— template- or forms-driven, voice dictation, handwriting recognition, text-based data entry—accommodate virtually any discipline.

Convenient, Do-It-Yourself Customization
MicroMD EMR allows providers to define templates on their own, as they go. Unlike most EMRs, MicroMD EMR does not require IT staff involvement for template modifications. Practices begin by using MicroMD EMR pre-built templates, which are available for primary care practices and a range of specialties. Contact us to discuss your specialty and how we can meet your needs.

Cardiologists and internists must diagnose and treat a wide range of diseases and disorders related to some of the body’s most complex organ systems. MicroMD EMR helps you take full advantage of automation to collect, synthesize and present a breadth of medical data in ways that let you effectively assess, monitor and plan cardiac care management for a high volume of patients.

Cardiovascular health profiles: In one quick glance, view blood pressure, cholesterol, and other vital signs or test results pertinent for a given condition or health status; see current status as well as long-term trends that inform treatment decisions.

Problem lists: Review summaries of cardiac and related disorders such as atrial fibrillation, hypertension and diabetes with access to further details about date of onset, severity, diagnosing physician, and other information.

Medical history management: Develop custom lists to screen for history of cardiac arrhythmia, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, myocardial infarction and other conditions.

Risk profiling: Review details about risk factors—such as angina, high cholesterol, family history or lifestyle.

Family history and family trees: Maintain a complete family history of heart disease, high cholesterol or other conditions using the family tree tool; filter the family tree to view only one or more of the relevant cardiology-specific disorders.

Goal monitoring and prevention programs: With each visit, review color-coded results, comments, plans, and progress toward goals for blood pressure, cholesterol, lifestyle changes, or other measures; manage and monitor ongoing treatment and tests, such as monthly electrocardiograms, anticoagulant levels, or lipid profiles.

Integrated diagnostic test results: Access electrocardiograms, echocardiograms, cardiac stress tests, digital catheterization, balloon angioplasties and other test results directly, easily from within the EMR.

Direct vital signs capture: Capture pulse, respiration, oxygen saturation, blood pressure (seated, standing or lying down), and other vital signs—in a structured format—directly from the devices.

Standard-of-care protocols: Use the rule-builder feature to automatically prompt for patient education, medications, tests, procedures or other measures based on customized criteria such as diagnosis, symptom, vital sign value, or demographics. For example, if the patient has hypertension, discuss impact of lifestyle choices and provide pamphlet.

MicroMD connects with cardiology devices from different manufactures.

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With specialized clinical content and customizable features, MicroMD EMR helps dermatologists focus more on serving patients and less on paperwork. In a field that demands continuous innovation and a positive patient experience, dermatologists rely on MicroMD EMR for quick, comprehensive and personalized access to clinical data.

Custom surgical procedures lists: Customize common lists to include all the dermatology and cosmetic procedures most common for your practice; document excisions, biopsies, and other procedures for quick reference by all physicians and nurses.

Protocol rule builder: Assign detailed, custom triggers based on diagnoses, symptoms, pathology results, procedures, or other clinical data elements to prompt appropriate action.

Medical history management: Develop custom in-take question lists to screen for history of cardiac arrhythmia, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, myocardial infarction and other conditions.

Image management: Capture, draw on, annotate with text and manage images and digital photos; use the visuals to educate patients, monitor healing, and compare pre- and post-op.

Patient groups: For identification at a glance, assign patients to color-coded groups based on family history details, insurance type, diagnoses, lifestyle habits, referring doctor or any other variable.

Prevention programs: Track and manage personalized testing for skin cancer or any ongoing program requiring periodic patient exams or tests.

Otolaryngologists and head-and-neck surgeons must balance the demands of practice-based care, hospital-based surgeries and a high volume of consultations. With ready access to well-structured, comprehensive patient data through MicroMD EMR, ENT practices can streamline their efforts.

Surgical procedures and diagnostic tests: Quickly record or review patient details about recent surgical procedures and diagnostic results such as nasal or sinus endoscopy, laryngoscopy, fine needle aspiration, audiograms, and vestibular testing.

Allergy testing and environmental history: Use MicroMD EMR to document skin test results and take environmental histories.

Diagnostic image management: View a wide range of images, including CT scans of the sinuses/mastoids and facial trauma; MRIs for head and neck tumors; thyroid ultrasound; capture pre- and post-op digital pictures directly in the patient record.

Standard-of-care rule builder: Customize the system to prompt the user based on diagnoses, symptoms or lab results.

* Imaging features are intended for documentation and patient education purposes and should not be used for diagnosis or treatment.

As the nature of gastrointestinal medicine changes, practitioners face a range of challenges: offering a growing range of treatments and therapies, making use of new types of diagnostic and procedural data, and managing or coordinating care in a more collaborative manner. With its gastroenterology-focused clinical content, flexible user interface options, and customizable features, MicroMD EMR helps gastroenterologists advance.

Detailed problem lists: At a glance, see an overview of all the patient’s problems, with immediate access to specifics about conditions like GERD, diverticulosis, colonic polyps, internal hemorrhoids, inflammatory bowel disease, and other problems.

Surgical procedures: Review complete histories to learn about a patient’s past colonoscopy, appendectomy, cholecystectomy, colon biopsy, and other important surgeries and procedures.

Diagnostic test and imaging access: Quickly access comprehensive range of test results and diagnostic images, including upper and lower endoscopies, colonoscopies, esophageal motility studies, hepatic function panels, abdominal CT scans, and ultrasonograms.

Family and medical history intake: Take and manage personal information, noting family histories of polyps, colorectal cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, gall bladder disorders, and other conditions; document habits, such as smoking or drug use, that elevate risk.

Preventive health programs: Track results and manage programs focused on screening for diseases such as colon cancer or GERD, as well as lifestyle health programs for obesity and weight management.

Patient groups: Efficiently color-code certain charts to support enhanced reporting; generate, for example, a list of all patients with a certain type of colon polyps, with reflux, taking selected medications.

Standard-of-care rule builder: According to each physicians’ preference, set MicroMD EMR to issue reminders or alerts for tests, procedures, prescriptions, educational materials, or other measures based on diagnoses, symptoms, vital sign values, or demographics.

* Imaging features are intended for documentation and patient education purposes and should not be used for diagnosis or treatment.

For reproductive and women’s healthcare, MicroMD EMR offers a range of features that streamline screenings, promote preventive health programs, make patient data available whenever needed, and help you get more done every day. Clinical content designed for obstetricians, gynecologists and their staff will speed the process of taking new patient, menstruation or pregnancy histories; documenting encounters; ordering procedures; and managing all aspects of the ob-gyn clinical workflow.

Paperless antepartum record: Effortlessly transition from paper to ACOG-like electronic forms; customize forms for your hospitals’ L&D requirements.

Instant communication: E-mail or fax the antepartum record directly to L&D in just a few clicks—or print and deliver a comprehensive hard copy.

Flexible documentation: Choose the encounter capture method that suits your preference or practice style: problem-focused templates, encounter forms, voice recognition, dictation or text-based data entry.

Health maintenance and pay for performance: Implement preventive care programs and long-term goal monitoring for pap smears, mammograms and other ongoing measures.

Laboratory integration: Gain full access to results from in-house and reference labs through a bi-directional, HL7-interface.

Diagnostic image integration: Keep mammography, ultrasound and other medical images available at the point of care.

Charge capture: Capture charges more accurately and more thoroughly—at the point of care—for all services, whether a simple lab test, injection or mammography. Eliminate the hassle of lost superbills or encounter forms, and minimize costly data entry.

* Imaging features are intended for documentation and patient education purposes and should not be used for diagnosis or treatment.

MicroMD EMR’s flexible documentation features help pediatricians manage acute illnesses, chronic conditions, and well visits more efficiently. And a range of capabilities specifically target the specific needs of healthcare professionals working with infants and children.

Automated reminders: Ensure timely immunizations by minimizing the chance of missed appointments.

Registry interfaces: Interface with state immunization registries to manage consistent, accurate reporting.

Electronic updates: Receive automatic template updates and maintain national standards for accurate, timely immunizations. Automatically link vaccine information sheets and update as needed.

Automated graphing and alerts: Instantly view pediatric growth charts for quick analysis and explanation to parents; set alerts triggered by early deviations in growth rates.

Easy data entry: Streamline the entire process behind Denver II development testing visits.

Intuitive forms: Select the best data capture method for each pediatrician: free-text or handwriting-recognition into templates, point-and-click forms with helpful “wizards,” standard or custom SOAP templates, or speech recognition.

Preschool/camp forms: Save time with highly-accurate, automatic generation of forms required by schools, camps, sports organizations and others.

Hearing and vision screening: Quickly, efficiently record pediatric-specific hearing and vision screening results.

Coordinating care among specialists. The increasing frequency of patients with multiple chronic conditions. Pending incentives for e-prescribing. Primary care physicians face a range of pressures that MicroMD EMR is designed to overcome. MicroMD EMR offers multiple, highly flexible options for charting encounter data, adds structure to and streamlines practice workflow, and helps physicians access the information that helps them strengthen patient relationships.

Prevention programs: Track results and manage screening and prevention programs; manage immunization programs; at a glance, monitor progress toward goals associated with virtually any diagnosis or risk factor.

Custom chart summary and clinical dashboard: Customize the chart summary to present your most relevant data elements, such as problem list, lab results, long-term medications, and many more; access the clinical dashboard for quick access to a comprehensive clinical profile and clinical graphs that track measures such as blood pressure, cholesterol, or weight over time.

Medication information: Quickly review patient charts to see prescriptions, long-term medications and other medications, accurately differentiating among acute care meds and chronic meds.

e-Prescribing: Quickly write and route prescriptions directly to pharmacies so that medications are ready when patients arrive; save hours of staff time by streamlining prescription and refill management.

Family history and family trees: Manage services to families with direct cross-links to the charts of family members; use the graphical family tree tool to get a broad family history or filter the view to see only conditions you deem most relevant.

Confidential information: Store any kind of personal, private or sensitive information as password-protected comments in the patient’s chart.

Referral management: Efficiently generate referrals and supply specialists with relevant medical information; easily track incoming and outgoing referrals; monitor the status of pending referrals.

Interfaces with lab services, hospitals and cardiopulmonary devices: Access in-house and reference lab results from within the electronic chart; manage all diagnostic test results and images for reference at the point of care or 24-7 remote access; capture vital signs and other data directly from a wide range of devices, including electrocardiographs, Holter systems and spirometers.

Patient education: Use diagrams, graphical views, and printed handouts to help patients better understand their health status and chart their progress.

While office-based procedure volumes have increased in recent years and competition from overlapping specialties remains steady, urologists must still retain broad medical and surgical expertise. In the face of these and other priorities, MicroMD EMR offers a wide range of features that can help streamline your management of complex medical problems, coordinate care with referring providers and focus on patient care.

Integrated lab results and trending: Access PSA, urinalysis, blood count and other lab results from in-house and reference labs through a bi-directional, HL7-interface; assess at a glance how lab values are trending over time.

Diagnostic test and imaging management: Quickly record biopsy, DRE, urine culture, and other diagnostic results for convenient future reference; access cystourethroscopy, laparoscopy, CT, MRI, ultrasound and other images for provider review or patient education.

Surgical procedures and surgical management: Customize common lists to quickly document and review details about patients’ surgeries and in-office procedures.

Risk profiles: Upon opening a patient’s chart, immediately view a summary of risk factors, such as elevated PSA, family history or personal history of cancer, or lifestyle habits.

Patient-specific alerts: In individual patient’s files, indicate specific problems, family history details, surgical history details, or other chart items as alerts.

Prevention programs: See what’s missed, current, due and scheduled as you manage ongoing PSA, testicular exams, DRE and other screening programs.

* Imaging features are intended for documentation and patient education purposes and should not be used for diagnosis or treatment.