About SRS EHR Software
SRS is an EHR software that provides healthcare solutions to specialty practices and is built for episodic care. Its health tech ecosystem consists of EHR, outcomes, PACS, practice management, patient portal, transcription, and more, and it is government certified as a complete EHR. It improves physician productivity, boosts revenue, slashes overhead, and enhances patient care.
SRS EHR is built for speed, productivity, and usability and adapts to the workflow of various providers. It also has comprehensive data and an interoperability platform.
What are the benefits of using SRS EHR Software?
Created by high-performance specialists
SRS has a 100% successful adoption track record. The SRS Electronic Health Record doesn’t slow physicians down, not even a little bit, and not even during implementation. We understand the needs of high-volume physicians.
EHR adapts to providers’ workflow
The SRS EHR is easily customizable to meet the disparate data needs and design preferences of individual physicians. Practices can use the software development kit (SDK) to create Interoperability Dashboard Apps or make modifications to connect to other applications.
SRS delivers the full range of EHR functionalities and more—all focusing on physician productivity and office efficiency. Modules include—among others—meaningful use, ePrescribing, data capture, reporting, lab management, order management, and chart access.
Who can use SRS EHR Software?
SRS EHR Software is ideal for physicians and practices of any size. Physicians who choose to pursue the government’s EHR incentives can use the SRS EHR to successfully demonstrate meaningful use and qualify for the Medicare or Medicaid EHR incentives. What distinguishes the SRS approach from that of other EHRs is its delivery of meaningful use capability along with a concurrent increase in productivity.
Is SRS EHR Software cloud-based?
Yes. SRS EHR can is a cloud-based solution that can also be implemented on-site. It is suitable for a variety of specialities such as Allergy, Cardiology, Dermatology, Endocrinology, ENT, Gastroenterology, General Surgery, etc.