EMA Dermatology is a cloud-based iPad EHR designed just for dermatologists by practicing dermatologists. Driven by touch, EMA adapts to each provider’s unique style of practice and produces your notes, codes your exam and procedures, ePrescribes, orders labs, print pathology reqs, and more.
EMR Software Tailored to Dermatology
Some doctors actually spend more time charting than they do treating patients. You spent enough time studying and training to treat patients, let your EMR system handle the documentation for you and save you time. EMA mirrors your current clinical workflow and automates charting to save you time, so you can be more productive and provide better patient care.
Access Patient Data Anywhere, Anytime
With EMA, your patient data is mobile and so are you with our cloud-based technology that allows you to quickly and easily access your clinical information anywhere, at anytime from a Mac, PC, iPad or smartphone. Our web based system is secure, scalable, and easy to use.
Intelligent and Highly Customizable Workflow
Accessibility and simplicity is key and so is adaptability. No two dermatologists practice the same and with EMA’s adaptive learning engine, EMA will learn your unique style of practice from your favorite anesthetic to your favorite acne treatment.
EMA can easily be customized to your workflow and comes with built-in medical knowledge and tools featuring over 1,200 diagnoses, 200 histories, 400 plans, 1,000 anatomical parts and 25,000 high-resolution medical images. Based on your work style and activity history, EMA suggests codes with pre-programmed billing procedures, highlights your most frequent histories and even remembers how you write your prescriptions.
Say Goodbye to Charting
Your new “paperwork process” can be completed in less than 60 seconds. EMA streamlines your clinical documentation so you do not have to fill out dozens of forms for the same patient. EMA automatically generates your notes, prescriptions, patient education, lab requests, Pathology requisition, and your bills, with just one set of touch-based interactions.