Markets Served| Electronic Health Records (EHR)
Quality documentation and ease of use are two things providers look for in an EHR. By integrating Natural Language Processing and Rapid Medical History into an EHR, both of these goals can be accomplished. In a patient messaging portal, a patient could type in a message to his or her doctor and the integrated Natural Language Processing engine would extract the chief complaint. The application from within the patient portal could then ask the patient if they would be willing to answer additional questions about their problem or condition. The application would then use the integrated Rapid Medical History to capture additional responses. The data driven results would then be passed into the EHR and on to the provider. What was once a simple request for a visit based on a symptom or two is now clinically important data answering questions the provider will want to know.