is designed to minimize the amount of time a physician spends “documenting,” while giving them the tools they need to understand the medical needs of their patients and practice. ComChart has been able to arrive at this "sweet spot" because it is one of the oldest EMRs and it has continually been refined by it's physician developer, in conjunction with feedback from it's national user base. Our success can be measured in the comments of our users (in the "Audio Testimonials," lower right and directly from our users, by request) and our awards. Most recently, ComChart EMR had the highest K L A S "overall score" in the "1-10 Doctor EMR Rankings."
The combination of an appropriate set of software features, an intuitive design and low cost, makes ComChart EMR the ideal solution for the small practices (1-15 providers) that see patients who have multiple medical problems, require chronic medications, need frequent lab tests and are seen repeatedly.
For additional information or to purchase ComChart EMR, click here.
With ComChart EMR, there is no need to compromise. We don't expect you to take our word for this, listen to our users by clicking on "Audio Testimonials" to the right.
ComChart EMR will remain certified for Stage I Meaningful Use (2011 criteria) as long a allowed by the Federal Government.
ComChart EMR will not certify for Stage I (2013 criteria), Stage II or Stage III, for reasons discussed in the blog postings below.
Blogging relevant to EMRs:
A Time Out for Health IT. The Health Care Blog. 5/17/13
The EMR Use Rule: An Open Letter to Massachusetts Physicians. The Health Care Blog. 5/27/13
Building cost and quality into the electronic medical record. The Health Care Blog. 6/18/13
Open letter from a small EMR vendor to our customers and our friends in Washington. The Health Care Blog. 12/5/13
Comment in response to: Tom Delbanc et al; Inviting Patients to Read Their Doctors' Notes: A Quasi-experimental Study and a Look Ahead. AIM. 2012 Oct;157(7):461-470.
Certified electronic medical records threaten patient privacy KevinMD.com. 4/27/14
ComChart EMR v211 has been Certified as a Complete Ambulatory EMR by InfoGard on October 3, 2011. The Certification number is IG-2463-11-0124. ComChart is certified for NCQA measures: 0013, 0024, 0028, 0038, 0041, 0055, 0056, 0059, 0061, 0062 and 0421. This complete EHR is 2011/2013 compliant and has been certified by an ONC‐ATCB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services or guarantee the receipt of incentive payments.
ComChart EMR runs under Filemaker Pro 13 (12)/Filemaker Server 13 (12.)
For more information about the Certification of ComChart EMR, click the InfoGard logo above.
________________ Modified Open-Source ________________
ComChart Medical Software will allow users to modify the programming code for most of the files in ComChart EMR.
________________ ICD 10 file ________________
ComChart is making available a modified, free standing version of our ICD 9 to ICD 10 equivalence mappings.
This file also includes the ability to search for an ICD 10 code using a combination of terms like "kidney" and "failure."
These files are free, and include no technical support. A more comprehensive version is incorporated into ComChart EMR.
Once you open the file, it should be intuitive to use. Just like ComChart EMR.