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EMR connectivity

Clinical data system integration

It is vital that healthcare professionals have accurate patient information when and where they need it. Connecting your medical devices to an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system gives you immediate access to accurate patient information, to help improve clinical decision-making and patient safety.

We work with many leading EMR systems to provide healthcare professionals with a seamless data connection between equipment and software. Our EMR integration also reduces the click-through process, providing immediate and accurate capturing, saving and storing of patient information, providing valuable time to spend on what matters most - your patients.

The value of EMR connectivity

The value of EMR connectivity is directly related to the accuracy, completeness and timeliness of the patient data it contains. Manual entry of patient diagnostic information into the electronic medical record can often be time consuming and introduces the potential for human error.

Connecting your medical devices to an electronic medical record (EMR) system gives you immediate access to accurate patient data, helping to improve clinical decision-making and patient safety.

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EMR compatibility

We provide the following EMR compatible devices:

  • Model 116
  • Model 170
  • Model 240
  • Model 260
  • Model 270+
  • Otosure
  • PC850
  • Otowave 102 & 102-C
  • Otowave 202
  • Otowave 302 & 302+

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We offer a wide portfolio of EMR connectivity solutions compatible 
with industry-leading hearing and healthcare devices.

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Frequently asked questions

  • What is the difference between an EMR and an EHR?

    An Electronic Medical Record (EMR) is narrower than an Electronic Health Record (EHR). An EMR focuses on a patient’s medical history while an electronic health record (HER) adopts a broader perspective of the patient’s health in general. 

    EMRs and EHRs both serve the purpose of improving the healthcare provided to the patient. When integrated, EMRs and EHRs are powerful tools to improve patient management and to reduce treatment errors or any unnecessary treatment.

    What does EHR stand for?

    An electronic health record (EHR) is a digital version of a patient‘s medical history and generally includes all key data relevant to a patient under a particular provider, including: demographics, progress notes, problems, medications, vital signs, past medical history, immunizations, laboratory data and radiology reports.

    The EHR automates access to information and has the potential to streamline the clinician's workflow. The EHR also has the ability to support other care-related activities directly or indirectly through various interfaces, including evidence-based decision support, quality management, and outcomes reporting.

  • What does EMR stand for?

    EMR is an electronic medical record which is a digital version of a patient’s medical information shared across different healthcare settings. An EMR contains the full medical and treatment history of a patient in one practice.

    The purpose of an EMR is to provide decision support to healthcare professionals in respect of the rendering of healthcare services to an individual patient, and accommodate data exchange. It's important to understand that EMR recordings at a practical level consist of a mix of digital and non-digital data/information.

    Why is EMR important in healthcare?

    Electronic medical records help improve quality of care, patient outcomes, and safety through improved management, reduction in medication errors, reduction in unnecessary investigations, and improved communication and interactions among primary care providers and patients.