New Entrada Platform Simplifies EHR Adoption for Medical Groups, Hospitals, Surgery Centers

Application prevents productivity loss from EHR use

NASHVILLE, Tenn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- With the release today of its updated platform, Entrada gives clinics, hospitals and ambulatory surgery centers new options for helping physicians use electronic health records more productively and for rapidly accelerating how providers can document and share patient encounter data.

The company’s newest release includes several new capabilities. Among them is ExpressNote™, which allows physicians to input structured data into an EHR without being logged into the EHR. Using a standard PC or mobile device, physicians simply select a patient name from a list of their day’s appointments; then they are presented a view showing the EHR encounter fields that need to be populated.

After the physician dictates the clinical data, Entrada’s back-end process and advanced data routing engine convert the dictated file to text and return each section directly into the corresponding EHR field without any manual intervention. This saves physicians from having to point and click their way through a computer screen or type clinical notes to update patient charts.

Entrada is also releasing today its ExpressCapture™ technology. Embedded into a user’s EHR, it allows providers to dictate at each point in the record they desire, simply by clicking on Entrada’s embedded recording tool.

A third feature of Entrada’s new release, ExpressSign™, allows physicians to view, edit, approve and sign their clinical documentation from wherever they are, using any web-enabled device such as a smart phone, iPad, or PC.

ExpressSign™ and ExpressCapture™ are included in the company’s new online portal, MyEntrada™. It can be accessed conveniently and securely by physicians, administrators, editors, coders, or any other approved clinical reviewer, with secure information views determined by their respective roles.

In addition to simplifying how doctors can use EHRs for clinical documentation, Entrada has released its ExpressShare™ technology. While incorporating all the features outlined above, it helps clinics, hospitals and surgery centers share newly created clinical documents to improve care coordination and accelerate revenue collection.

With ExpressShare™ Entrada flags physicians when edited files are available to review in their Entrada portal. The physician can view the document from any mobile or PC-based web browser, then electronically edit it, if necessary, and sign it. The completed note is automatically routed to the hospital or surgery center and back to the physician’s clinic for return into the patient’s record. This allows for automated document sharing, faster billing and improved revenue cycle management for providers and facilities.

About Entrada

Entrada provides the next generation of clinical documentation and data distribution, creating an expressway for future EHR adoption and making existing systems more physician-friendly. We replace traditional dictation and transcription with an automated voice processing application, giving physicians a simple, fast, and more affordable way to continue dictating while they migrate to or use electronic health records, with no loss in productivity.

Entrada’s applications are available on iPhone®, iPad™, Windows® Mobile and PC platforms, saving time and money for doctors who don’t want to be slowed down using keyboards, pick lists, or desktop voice recognition systems. For more information, visit www.EntradaHealth.com.



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Entrada
Chase Pattison, Marketing Director, 615-750-2077 ext 709
[email protected]

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INDUSTRY KEYWORDS:   Technology  Data Management  Software  Health  Hospitals

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