Enhance the end-to-end user experience, increase efficiencies, and give your clinicians the tools they need to make informed decisions that help advance patient safety and satisfaction.
Every MEDHOST Clinical Solution is developed and implemented with direct input from clinicians and integrates with our Enterprise EHR.
Empower your clinicians with health data tools that help them excel at their jobs and provide a superior patient experience.
MEDHOST Laboratory, Radiology, and Pharmacy information systems integrate seamlessly with our Enterprise EHR, empowering providers to improve diagnostic turnaround time, foster improved patient safety, streamline order processing, and increase clinical information accessibility.
MEDHOST Documentation Management System (DMS) is a central control and routing hub for documentation within our enterprise solution. It facilitates the efficient and secure management of documentation between applications and departments.
MEDHOST DMS also helps your facility manage healthcare information securely and efficiently, including security rules, user access, and audit logs. Expanded features in DMS are useful for enabling automatic transmission of documentation for easy search and extraction.
MEDHOST Patient Care Documentation is a multi-disciplinary clinical data management suite integrated into the MEDHOST Health Information System. This clinical data integration enables secure online access to patient records with user-friendly navigation for improved organization.
MEDHOST MMA is an iOS app that enables access to MEDHOST’s electronic medication record (eMAR) via a mobile device. The app helps to reduce medication errors at the point of administration.
MEDHOST’s eMAR solution is an integral piece of our clinical information system that is simple to use with built-in safeguards. Our eMAR clinical data solution upholds the Five Rights of Medication Administration and supports charge captures with real-time medication administration. The solution proactively promotes patient safety by alerting staff when medications are due to be administered and when criteria do not match.