EMRs / EHRs that work with Dragon Medical Practice Edition 2

Dragon Medical works with most windows-based EHRs such as Epic®, Cerner®, GE®, McKesson® and many more listed below which self-report compatibility to EHRscope.com. Note that EHRscope.com is not a Nuance-sponsored site, and therefore Nuance has not validated claims made by vendors regarding compatibility with Dragon Medical.

  • A.I.med EMR By Acrendo Software, Inc.
  • ABELMed EHR – EMR / PM By ABEL Medical Software Inc.
  • Abraxas EMR By Abraxas Medical Solutions
  • Accel™ By CliniWorks™, Inc.
  • AdvantaChart™ By AdvantaChart, Inc.
  • Agastha Medical Records (EMR) By Agastha, Inc.
  • AllMeds EMR System By AllMeds, Inc.
  • Amazing Charts By AmazingCharts.com, Inc.
  • ARIA™ Oncology Information System By Varian Medical Systems, Inc.
  • BETTERHEALTH record™ By BETTERHEALTH Global (USA), Inc.
  • Centricity® By GE Healthcare
  • ChartCare EMR By CHARTCARE, Inc.
  • ChartEvolve By The CIMS Group
  • ChartLogic EMR By ChartLogic, Inc.
  • ChartMaker® By STI Computer Services, Inc.
  • ChartWare® By Chartware, Inc.
  • Clinical Navigator By Systemedx, Inc.
  • CureMD PRS® By CureMD PRS®
  • CYRAMED™ By Mountain Medical Technologies, Inc.
  • DC Talk™ By JR Consulting
  • digiChart® By digiChart, Inc.
  • Doc-U-Chart for the Tablet PC® By Doc-U-Chart
  • DoctorAssistant By HealthHighway™.com, Inc.
  • Doctors Choice EMR™ & Nurses Choice EMR™ By EMRSystems
  • DocuMed® By DocuMed, Inc.
  • Dragon® Medical By Dragon® Medical
  • e-MDs Solution Series By e-MDs, Inc.
  • e-Medsys™ Electronic Health Record By PracticeOne, LLC
  • E-Record EMR By Exscribe, Inc.
  • eClinicalWorks By eClinicalWorks
  • EDIM By EDIMS, LLC
  • Electronic Patient Charts By American Medical Software
  • eMedRec By Holt Systems, Inc.
  • EmpowER System™ By ECDS (Emergency Care Documentation Systems)®
  • EMR4DOCTORS By EMR4DOCTORS
  • emr4MD By Mednet System
  • EMRWorks™ By MedStar Systems, LLC
  • EndoSoft® By Utech Products, Inc.
  • EpicCare Ambulatory EMR By Epic Systems Corp.
  • Epitomax® By PsyTech Solutions, Inc.
  • Evolution EMR™ By Portico Systems, Inc.
  • EyeDoc® EMR By Penn Medical Informatics Systems, Inc.
  • EZChart™ By AssistMed, Inc.
  • FreeMED By FreeMED Software Foundation
  • gCare™ By gMed, Inc.
  • GlaceEMR™ By Glenwood Systems, LLC
  • gloEMR By gloStream, Inc.
  • Harmony e/Notes EMR By HARMONY MedTec, Intl.
  • HealthPort EMR V9.0 By HealthPort™
  • Health Probe Professional By Health Probe
  • Horizon Ambulatory Care™ By McKesson
  • iAchieve EHR By ChartLogic, Inc.
  • iDocLocker By Sagittarius Software, Inc.
  • InSync By Intivia, Inc.
  • InteliDOX® By Businet
  • Intelligent Medical Software / IMS By SuiteMed, LLC
  • IO Practiceware By IO Practiceware
  • Janus Health By Janus Health, Inc.
  • Life Record™ EMR By Life Record, Inc.
  • MD-Journal By HemiData, Inc.
  • MD-Navigator Clinical® By Benchmark Systems™
  • MD Advantage™ By Compulink Business Systems, Inc.
  • MDAware® 2.2 By eMedicalFiles®, Inc.
  • MDLAND Electronic Health Record and Practice Management Systems 8.0 By MDLAND
  • MDSyncEMR By MDSyncEMR, LLC
  • MED3000 InteGreat EHR By MED3000, Inc.
  • Medamation™ MD By Medamation, Inc.
  • MedAppz iSuite By MedAppz, LLC
  • Medflow EMR By Medflow, Inc.
  • Medi-EMR By Medi-EMR, LLC
  • Medical and Practice Management (MPM) By LSS Data Systems®
  • MedicalNotes.com By MedicalNotes.com
  • Medical Practice Solutions By Medical Voice Products
  • MedicsDocAssistant™ By Advanced Data Systems Corporation
  • Medios EHR By IOS Health Systems
  • Medscribbler™ By Scriptnetics, Inc.
  • MedTemps™ By Trigram Technology
  • MicroMD® EMR By Henry Schein® Medical Systems, Inc.
  • MindLinc from Duke University Behavioral Health Informatics By MindLinc: Duke University Behavioral Health Informatics
  • mMD.net EHR By Health Communication Systems, Inc.
  • NetPractice EHR By Noteworthy Medical Systems, Inc.
  • Nightingale On-Demand By Nightingale Informatix Corporation
  • OfficeEMR™ 2008 By iSALUS Healthcare™
  • OmniMD™ EMR By Integrated Systems Management, Inc.
  • OncoEMR By Altos Solutions
  • ORIGIN By Medaxis Corporation
  • Patient Chart Manager By Prime Clinical Systems, Inc.
  • PBOmd By PBO Corporation
  • PeakPractice™ By Eclipsys®
  • PerfectMed™ EHR By Imogen Systems
  • Phoenix Ortho By Phoenix Ortho, LLC
  • Physician Practice Documentation (PPD) By Healthland, Inc.
  • Power Chart By Exan Mercedes Software, Inc.
  • PowerSoftMD By Data Tec, Inc.
  • Practical Medical Record™ By Electronic Pediatrician, LLC
  • Practice 2009 By NexTech Systems, Inc.
  • PracticeOrders By PracticeSuite.com/Incite Systems, LLC
  • Practice Partner® By Practice Partner/McKesson Corporation
  • PracticeStudio.NET® By MicroFour, Inc.
  • Practice Today By Legacy Press
  • PRAXIS EMR V4.0 By Infor*Med, Inc.
  • PrimeSuite® 2008 By Greenway® Medical Technologies
  • PrognoCIS™ By BizMatics®, Inc.
  • ProgNote/MobileLink By ACS
  • Pronto By Clinical Insight Systems, Inc.
  • PsychNotesEMR By American Psychiatric Management Services, LLC
  • Pulse Patient Relationship Management (Pulse PRM) By Pulse Systems, Inc.
  • Quick Notes EMR By Quick Notes, Inc.
  • Raintree By Raintree Systems, Inc.
  • Rosch EMR-Allergy By Rosch Visionary Systems, Inc.
  • SamNotes2000 By ICS Software Ltd.
  • ScriptSure By Daw Systems, Inc.
  • SmartEMR By VipaHealth Solutions
  • SOAPware® By SOAPware, Inc.
  • STIX EMR By Integritas, Inc.
  • Team Chart Concept By Ulrich Medical Concepts, Inc.
  • TexTalk Medical By Alma Information Systems
  • The AMCIS Network By M.D. Web Solutions
  • The Chart! By DescriptMED, LLC
  • TheraManager™ By TheraManager™ Software, Inc.
  • Touch ED® By Touch Medix®, LLC
  • TransMed By TransMed Network
  • Turbo-Doc EMR By Turbo-Doc, Inc.
  • Unifi-Med™ By Unifi Technologies, Inc.
  • UroChart™ EMR By Intuitive Medical Software, LLC
  • Valant EMR By Valant Medical Solutions™, LLC
  • VersaSuite 7.5 By Universal Software Solutions, Inc.
  • Visionary™ DREAM EHR 7.1 By Visionary Medical Systems, Inc.
  • Waiting Room Solutions Practice Management System By Waiting Room Solutions
  • WebChartEHR By Experior Healthcare Systems
  • Webchart EMR and MIE™ Minimally Invasive™ EMR By MIE – Medical Informatics Engineering
  • Wellsoft EDIS By Wellsoft Corporation
  • workflowEHR™ By Workflow.com, LLC
  • WriteMD® By Medinformix®, LLC
  • WritePad™ EMR Systems By Addison Health Systems, Inc.
  • XLEMR By XLEMR

Federal EMR Mandate Overview

Dragon Medical Practice Edition can help you avoid penalties, and get you financial reimbursement for meeting the criteria for “meaningful use”. The article below details the transition toward EMR usage and what is expected to come within the next year or so….

Kyle Wayland

Executive Consultant for Genesis Technologies Inc., Eastern US & Canada

Federal EMR Electronic Medical Records Mandate 2014/2015 Deadline

There are various views regarding President Obama’s ability to ensure that all medical records in the United States are converted into the electronic format by 2014 but there is no denying the fact that an increased adoption of EMR or electronic medical records by physicians, healthcare organizations and their related business associates is now a gradually-progressing certainty.

A rather recent legislation further underlines the initiative for moving onto the electronic platform of storing patient medical records—called the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act or the ARRA. This legislation is aimed at creating more funding and a network of incentives that can be directly resourced towards healthcare professionals or physicians who are ready to adopt EMR and abide by the concept of “meaningful use” of Electronic Medical Records by 2014.

The year 2014 is also significant from the perspective that from 2015 onwards, penalties are likely to be levied on entities dealing with patient healthcare data unable to upgrade themselves to electronic record technologies. Legislations like the ARRA and the entire campaign promoting EMR is based on the principle that electronic records provide the combined benefit of securing patient information and cutting down healthcare costs—two irrefutable advantages.

It should be noted that the proposed penalty in 2015 is of 1% and this is likely to increase incrementally, up to 5% in the forthcoming years. Most of the penalties will be levied in the form of reduced Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements. To engage appropriate funding, all entities applying for the EMR healthcare funding should understand and prove “meaningful use” of patient medical records and the use of “certified EHR” technologies. This essentially means that the EMR vendor chosen by a healthcare provider/clinic or its business associates should comply with regulations that have been put forth in this niche, such as the standards set by the Security Rule of HIPPA.

The government is very serious in terms of ensuring that the conversion rate to EMR technologies is appreciable and that is why along with grants and federal funding, more college-level programs aimed at creating more Health Information Management professionals are likely to be introduced as 2014 draws near. This will ensure that the impending explosion in electronic records numbers is addressed with the availability of qualified professionals—further helping to reduce the overall costs for employing healthcare computer technologies and easing the entire process.

Glen Tullman, C…

Glen Tullman, CEO of Allscripts, believes the practice of medicine is about to change. “Your iPad, your voice, and your hands will be the new input devices for the EHR of the future,” according Tullman. He said in an interview at the HIMSS conferencethat we’re reaching the point where physicians will soon be able to talk to their computer, get immediate access to all the patient data they need, and even pull up the latest clinical trials. “That’s coming within 12 months. It’s doable today,” he said.

So the future of medicine is about to arrive. What exactly will it look like? It will include not just voice recognition software–which has already been mastered by companies like Nuance Dragon–but voice recognition combined with natural language processing. That marriage, as explained in a recent article by Fritsch for Advances, will not only convert a physician’s spoken words into text, but will generate meaningful, structured information that can populate allergy checkboxes in an EHR, for example, thereby speeding up the clinical documentation process.

Equally impressive is the ability of voice recognition/natural language processing to let a clinician’s speech activate a clinical documentation system, or a picture archive and communications system (PACS), or even put data into these systems with free form dictation. Think: “Go to allergies checklist,” or “create a new office visit, ” or “insert standard review of systems.”

But perhaps the most futuristic capability of such “collaborative intelligence” tools is their ability to keep doctors fully informed of relevant patient data already in the electronic records system.

A great article I came across this morning. Thought we’d share!

By Paul Cerrato, InformationWeek February 24, 2012

Original Content

Dragon Medical Practice Edition 2 and OmniMD EMR

This video contains a brief demonstration of Dragon Medical Practice Edition 2 used within OmniMD– highlighting a fraction of the available features and functionality of these two powerful applications.

Dragon Medical Practice Edition 2 working in an EMR (PIMSY)

Certified eSupport Presents a short demonstration of Dragon® Medical Practice Edition 2 used within PIMSY EMR.

Does Dragon include specific commands for use within my EMR?

Most of the native commands built into Dragon will work in any word processing environment, including the text entry windows within an EMR.  Additional functionality which is fairly universal, such as the  ability to click on a button, close a window, or open and select something from a navigation menu, will also work within an EMR.  There may be special functions which you might want to accomplish within an EMR and which are not built into Dragon.  These are generally easy to create and can be done so by Speech Recognition Solutions or a speech recognition champion within your practice.

Is it necessary to use the Medical version of Dragon with an electronic health record?

In general, yes.  For a number of reasons, Nuance, the maker of NaturallySpeaking, has arranged that non-medical versions become essentially inoperable when working in most common EMRs.