GEHRIMED Encounters Workflow
The most important feature of an EHR platform designed for LTPAC practitioners is how easy it makes it for users to create and update encounter notes. After all, you spend the majority of your time in this software tending to these types of notes.
This brief instructional video walks you through the exact process required by GEHRIMED and explains what information fields it includes and where they are located. The majority of fields use type-ahead logic and default information entry to make the note creation process as seamless and as efficient as possible.
The encounter note workflow even incorporates quality measure reporting, saving you even more time in the long run. Once you watch this video, you’ll be able to tackle your daily workload like a pro with the help of GEHRIMED.
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