News | November 13, 2007

Software Developer gloStream Launches Microsoft Windows Vista-Based EMR

November 14, 2007 - Electronic medical record software company gloStream Inc. yesterday launched version 4.0 of gloEMR, its flagship EMR solution and one of the first in the industry to be built on the Microsoft Windows Vista platform.

The newest version of gloEMR features single click access to a broad range of clinical decision making tools, patient data, voice recognition technology, and a document management system to help streamline workflow. Focusing on user friendliness and productivity, gloEMR 4 leverages the power of Microsoft Office Word2007, Microsoft SQL Server 2005, Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 and Microsoft Windows Server 2003.

The program can easily be customized to conform to the way doctors practice, offering objective data elements such as patients' blood pressure, medications and allergies, and subjective data including descriptions of patients' conditions. It uses dictation, type, touch and draw techniques to enter documentation

In addition to the Microsoft Windows-based look and feel that incorporates tabs and customizable buttons and color schemes, gloEMR 4's user interface and main dashboard allow physicians and medical staff to view and manipulate critical patient information with a single click. Built-in workflow and collaboration tools also allow users to track the location of patients throughout the duration of their visit, and access and share physician and staff schedules and calendars.

gloStream has extended its open platform for health information technology (OPHIT) with gloEMR 4, enabling communication with third-party applications and devices. OPHIT allows either HL7 integration or direct integration with the gloEMR platform making it easy for practice management solutions and devices to connect to a single system.

For more information: www.glostream.com

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