WebMedicPro Releases All-in-one Turnkey EMS tablet


 
 


See WebMedicPro, in Product Connect | Monday, January 11, 2010


Waltham, MA.– WebMEdicPro has announced the release of its turnkey solution for the EMS industry.  The ePCR solution from WebMedicPro is a field-ready instrument and is delivered in a convertible  touch tablet PC with the most affordable pricing.


Designed for speed, and accuracy, the EMS tablet (NejAut™) offers Paramedics an easy-to-use device to quickly and accurately generate complete, real-time electronic patient care reports in a mobile environment.


“We consider our solution as a field instrument - no different than a Defibrillator, EKG monitors, or any other tool EMTs use to track and monitor their patients’ care.  Unlike other providers that offer software solutions that require additional investments and in-house IT to maintain, our goal is to provide the EMS industry with the most cost-effective field-ready EMS tablet that is designed to operate as a practical field instrument.  ” state Hadi Shavarini CEO of WebMedicPro. 


NejAut™ is the first field data tablet in the industry to combine proven, reliable technology with the most user-friendly interface that helps you to eliminate paper processes, gain efficiency, and meet compliance.


•    Easy-to-use interface (just a simple form to fill out)
•    Complete and submit incident reports in the field
•    Complete patient data - demographics, PMH, allergies, meds & more
•    Automatic attributes for adults and pediatric
•    Automated data validation to ensure complete & accurate records
•    Many auto calculated data entry (Glasgow Coma Scale, Trauma Score, age, mileage, etc.)
•    Capture electronic signatures in the field
•    Generate editable narratives
•    Runs available for viewing and printing at hospitals
•    Wirelessly access and deliver mission-critical information
•    Auto syncing to the online portal (128 bit encryption)
•    Auto save
•    Refusal, ABN, and authorization forms
•    Inventor, Shit, and Vehicle  Management


WebMedicPro provides both online AND offline system. It is designed to help EMS companies you to streamline the entire life cycle of an incident - from dispatch to billing & collection. 


It improves the accuracy of managing emergency medical inventory within each truck with automated threshold alarms.  It also offers utility for shift and vehicle management.


•    Generate customized reports
•    Export data to Excel
•    Export to billing software
•    Full search capabilities
•    Self-service (dashboard) staff demographics
•    Staff profile Administration
•    Review and receive notification for QA/QI notes
•    Data validation on each field
•    Extendable & Customizable Database
•    Integration-ready
•    Knowledgebase for essential protocols

About WebMedicPro : Our mission is to market the most advanced, and most cost effective web-native ePCR system for the EMS industry.
Contact: Hadi Shavarini | hadi@webmedicpro.com | 617-245-6000  www.webmedicpro.com




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