CHANTILLY, Va., Feb. 19, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Medicomp Systems announced its latest innovation, Quippe, a web-enabled Electronic Medical Records (EMR) documentation tool that works in all of the major browsers so clinicians can access patient information anywhere they have a network connection.
Quippe conforms naturally to the way doctors think and act. It allows them easy access to the critical information they need to care for the patient while they document. On touch screen devices, Quippe uses gesture and handwriting recognition to provide a natural and familiar interface.
Like all Medicomp products, Quippe is powered by the MEDCIN® Engine, a proven knowledge engine that adapts to the unique clinical presentation of each patient and provides enterprises with all the codes needed for compliance and reimbursement.
"Physicians are surprised by the speed, power and usability of Medicomp's products. Quippe is the next generation of EMR tools that present relevant clinical information to support the physician's own clinical judgment for patient care and documentation," said Peter Goltra of Medicomp Systems.
"I'm so enamored with this functionality that I'm doubtful I'll be able to choose a new system that doesn't have it incorporated. It does for clinical data what I'd always thought a computer should: it adds an intelligence and a level of association-making that a busy clinician really needs while helping to minimize the 'Wow, I went to med school to become a data entry clerk' feeling," said Dr. Gregg Alexander, Madison Pediatrics and director of the American Academy of Pediatrics' "Pediatric Office of the Future."
For a demonstration of Quippe, visit Medicomp Systems at the HIMSS Conference, booth #2231, or find out more at www.medicomp.com.
Medicomp Systems is an inventor of medical information technologies that, due to their ease of use, provide clinicians with the power to focus on their patients. They are the maker of the powerful MEDCIN Engine, a robust clinical data engine in use throughout the world by a growing number of physicians and hospitals.
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