Doctations, our EMR System, has been inspected and approved by CCHIT (Certification Commission for Health Information Technology), the most respected certifying organization for EMR software, in May 2010. Although DocPatient Network's suite of internet-native applications go far beyond the functionality of an ordinary EMR or EHR, this certification means that our software meets the standards for EHR software set forth by the federal government.
Doctations has also received the distinguished Sure Scripts Gold certification, making it one of only a handful of systems to mark this acheivement, as well as the prestigious TEPR awards for "Electronic Records System Best Meeting Medicolegal Requirements." In addition to certifying EMR systems for public consumption, CCHIT is also one of the two certifying bodies that will determine Meaningful Use beginning in September 2010.
Despite these distinctions, DocPatient Network's view for the future of healthcare networks is much broader than providing a Meaningful Use Certified EMR. What makes our approach unique is the dedication to tightly integrating each of our applications into the same online network. What does this mean for the user? It means that doctors and other healthcare professionals will be able to sign up for DPN using an online form, with no down-loading or installing whatsoever, and perform all of their office tasks including dictation, billing, transcription, etc. from one secure online location.
Further, the system will be integrated with a patient portal, allowing patients to access their health records via the same secure online network, and share them with healthcare professionals of their choice. The implications of building such a network are astonishing, especially because DPN formulated it's software to be fully scalable, meaning it is able to expand to accommodate national and international networks. DocPatient Network is the next step in the evolution of healthcare. Our vision is to build an internet-native healthcare network that will eliminate lost data and medical errors, while facilitating communication between patients and doctors in the digital age.