Integrity was founded to revolutionize the way an EMR system could be used by the practice; efficient, effortless, and customized for each practice workflow.
The data-intensive world of today’s eye care clinic demands rapid access to critical diagnostic information. OCTs, visual field tests, corneal mapping and drawings all need to be available when you need them to make the best care decisions for your patients. Seamless integration to your existing digital diagnostic equipment, and immediate access to those studies from the patient’s chart, anywhere, anytime make a world of difference in your efficiency as a provider and a practice.
Integrity EMR for Eyes offers:
- Seamlessly integrate virtually any digital diagnostic device, from the latest models to older, legacy systems
- Centralize all patient data in a single, secure, searchable, relational database
- Instantly import OCT and corneal topography exams, photographs, visual fields and more
- Maintain comprehensive patient records and histories
We believe an EMR should make it easy to view, store, and compare diagnostic images. After connecting your diagnostic devices, IntegriVIEW offers a powerful functionality to view and save diagnostic images to improve patient care. Rapid, intuitive access to these views will make your workflow more efficient and you care superior to paper charts or other EMRss.
With IntegriVIEW, your diagnostic images will reveal a clear picture of your patient’s vision.
When working up patients, sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words. That’s why eye doctors love to draw pictures.
The IntegriDRAW feature of Integrity EMR for Eyes offers beautifully crafted templates that form the basis of each drawing, including:
- Full retina
- Optic nerve
- Eyelids (open or closed)
- Ocular motility
- Iris lens
After selecting a template, you can draw anatomically accurate renditions of your clinical findings using various drawing tools or previously created stamps.
When you complete your drawing, you can save and retrieve it for future viewing and easily edit it to document any changes you observe in future patient encounters.
Coding with the Integrity Coding Engine is extremely fast, easy to comprehend, and remarkably accurate.
Once an encounter is complete, the Integrity coding engine calculates coding suggestions based on approximately 250 data elements derived from the documentation entered by the tech and the physician. If the coding engine needs additional information to arrive at a proper code, it will present simple questions to the user in a clear and concise manner. Once those questions are answered, the coding engine automatically recalculates the data and presents the correct E and M or Eye Code suggestions. The code with the highest reimbursement is highlighted.
Providers can feel completely confident that if a code is suggested, it is supported by the documentation in the encounter. ICD-10 diagnosis codes are also automatically generated from the encounter documentation as well. Finally, PQRS and CQM data are compiled and sent to the IRIS registry as a byproduct of the coding step in Integrity EMR for Eyes.
Accurate, compliant, built-in ICD-10 coding – a simple coding solution from Integrity.
For busy eyecare clinics, effective practice management is crucial for a smooth-running operation. Switching to a new practice management system can have a big effect on cash flow, staff, and overall operations. If your current practice management system isn’t broken, should you have to replace it just because your EMR isn’t as efficient and compatible as you need it to be?
Integrity has chosen to focus solely on providing the best clinical EMR solution for the eye care market. We’ve built our EMR to seamlessly integrate with the leading practice management systems so you have more choices and less change when making your transition to EMR.
Integrity EMR for Eyes can integrate with any new or existing practice management system you wish to use, thus eliminating redundant entry into two systems. We receive demographics and appointment scheduling data from your practice management system, and then pass back coding data once the encounter is coded and complete by the provider.