ANAHEIM, Calif., April 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Select Data (www.selectdata.com) has achieved the task of creating a true electronic medical record that not only meets the meaningful use guidelines set forth by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) while exceeding those requirements through the use of a paperless chart. The combination of the two creates the only solution in the home health industry to make an office truly paperless with all charting and documentation.
The SmartScribe EMR product allows clinicians to capture all clinical data at the patient's home whether on paper and/or electronic devices the ability to feed all information into an electronic medical record (EMR) for a patient's chart and also populate an imaging system simultaneously. In addition to capturing all required documentation the system allows for all miscellaneous papers relating to the patient to be stored electronically in the patient chart, eliminating the need for storage of future paper records by an agency.
Jeff Brittain, CTO for Select Data stated, "This process has been a long and challenging one for the last couple of years. We believe we have created a product that allows for individuals with different levels of technological ability to have a singular location for accessing a patient's medical record. This will allow all providers and others using this technology better results and outcomes due to the accessibility of the data which previously did not exist."
About Select Data, Inc.
Select Data has been providing software, billing and coding solutions to the home health industry since 1991. The leadership team at Select Data is led by industry experts skilled in all areas of home health with a combined expertise of over 100 years in the industry. The company was founded as a result of need in the market for agencies to utilize the cost savings of a centralized operating model without the means to achieve this feat.
SOURCE Select Data