All EMR software systems are required to meet the 21st Century Cures Act. We are a certified Medisoft Clinical service and support organization and have worked to develop an upgrade transition plan for all of our customers.
Extremely powerful yet personalized to each users workflow. This path combines new technology with the option of keeping some of your existing note templates while improving your overall workflows.
Medisoft and UnifiMD share data. Patients and appointments populate UnifiMD. Visit documentation provides the ICD-10 and CPT billing codes to Medisoft billing, working as one single solution.
Your Medisoft Clinical data is extracted and imported into UnifiMD. There are options for discrete data conversions as well as text files and .pdf files. Old data is stored as unique documents in the UnifiMD patient chart making viewing, printing, faxing, and emailing extremely easy.
UnifiMD allows providers the opportunity to minimize the learning curve by utilizing their current template formats. Familiar note formats make it easy for providers to document in a new EMR while learning new improved features.
UnifiMD runs on a MS SQL database. Utilizing the newest technology, solutions and database languages is crucial to improving your systems performance and staff productivity.
Avoid popup windows, drop down lists, and cascading menus that interfere with patient care. Replication Technology - Anywhere, anytime access with or without an internet connection.
ONC INTEROPERABILITY RULES AND API FUNCTIONALITY
The Final Rule calls for the industry to support Application Programming Interface (API) functionality. It requires that health IT certified through the ONC Health IT Certification Program has standardized APIs.
The ONC describes APIs as “powerful tools” that support interoperability.
An API token can be considered a “key,” in an electronic form, that makes it possible for software applications to connect. Both UnifiMD and Aprima have API functionality.
Due to the way current API technology is built, however, there isn’t a consistent way to plug an API token into an app such as Apple Health. The Cures Act proposes a standardized format known as Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) that allows a new market of health apps to leverage data from any EHR in the standard format.