New Electronic Medical Record (EMR) Software, MxChart™, Launched by Medical Transcription Service Provider, MxSecure

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New Electronic Medical Record (EMR) Software, MxChart™, Launched by Medical Transcription Service Provider, MxSecure - Physician-friendly EMR, MxChart, boasts improved productivity with easy 3-Step Adoption Process.

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Physicians like our electronic medical record, MxChart, because it lets them work the way that's most efficient for them

A full-featured electronic medical record (EMR) software has been released by the nation's leading medical transcription service provider, MxSecure, Inc. MxChart™ is now available to solo practitioners, group practices, multi-specialty clinics and community health centers, and promises to make physician practices more productive from Day One with its customized 3-Step EMR adoption program.

Bucking the trend of large, expensive, technology-intensive EMR systems that often disrupt the normal work-flow in medical practices, MxChart is affordable, easy to operate, and flexible. Designed exclusively for physician practices, MxChart is a web-based electronic medical record (EMR) built on modules allowing physician practices to implement it in three easy steps.

"Physicians like our electronic medical record, MxChart, because it lets them work the way that's most efficient for them," says MxSecure President and CEO, Colin Christie. "For example, MxChart allows physicians to document patient interactions through traditional dictation, through a point-and-click method, or through advanced speech-recognition technology - whichever works best for them. We like to say: 'You dictate to MxChart, it doesn't dictate to you.'"

Benefits of MxChart:

  •     Accessible anytime, anywhere
  •     Interfaces with other clinical systems
  •     Customizable to your needs
  •     Works with all major specialties
  •     Low monthly service rates
  •     Stimulus ready     
  •     No major investment in IT equipment, software or technical staff
  •     Easy to deploy and implement
  •     Highly intuitive and easy to learn
  •     U.S. based support & training

"Our electronic medical record is highly intuitive, fast to implement and improves medical practice productivity from day one," continued Christie. "Doctors want to interact with patients, not do data entry. And because our EMR supports the provider's choice of clinical documentation it improves the provider/patient interaction, a win-win for all."

The 3-Step EMR adoption program is focused on increasing physicians' productivity throughout the implementation process and allows the provider to transition to a fully electronic office at a pace that is manageable. Step one introduces the provider to a cost-effective way to automate patient charts, eliminating paper and decreasing overall office expenses. Step two streamlines the electronic prescription process and lab results management. Step three is a fully electronic office, allowing providers to qualify for Stimulus incentives.

MxChart, first released in June 2009, is Web-based, easy to use, easy to implement, and amazingly affordable. MxSecure also guarantees HHS Certification by the end of 2010.

To learn more about MxSecure's new electronic medical record (EMR) software, please visit http://www.MxSecure.com.

About MxSecure, Inc.
Recognized by Entrepreneur Magazine as one of ten healthcare companies to watch, MxSecure provides productivity enhancing solutions to thousands of healthcare providers in more than 600 medical facilities nationwide. MxSecure clients include physician and group practices, community health centers and multi-state, multi-specialty clinics. The company's clinical documentation solutions include MxChart, a full featured and physician-friendly electronic health record (EHR) system, and MxTranscribe, a digital medical transcription and electronic document management system. MxChart and MxTranscribe are available with integrated speech recognition technology and are fully scalable to multiple clinic locations. MxSecure is a founding member of the Medical Data Exchange, a group focused on making it simple and easy to share clinical notes to a nationwide network of over 2,500 hospitals, 2,700 clinics and 350,000 physicians.

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