Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Evaluation and Management Coding (See Evaluation and Management Coding)
electronic health record
The systematic collection of individual patient and patient population health care information in an electronic format that is capable of being shared across different health care settings. Electronic health records include a wide range of data, such as demographics, medical history, allergies, lab test results, and more. The goal is for complete patient records to follow patients to various health care settings, thus improving the quality of the health care system.
A computerized medical record created by a health care provider. EMRs are usually a component of full eletronic health records (EHRs), which are health information systems that allow storage, retrieval and modification of records (see Electronic Health Record)
Medical services that fall into the branch of occupational medicine. Services typically include workers compensation and drug screens.
Electronic medical record
E-prescribing or electronic prescribing is a form of compertized physician order entry that results in the electronic transmission of drug prescription information from the ordering physician's computer or device to the pharmacy's computer or device.
The official journal of the Urgent Care Association of America (UCAOA). This monthly publication features clinical and practice management articles as they pertain to the specific needs of urgent care professionals.
Journal of Urgent Care Medicine
Practice Velocity Template, a modified electronic medical record that utilizes SOAP-note template documentation.
A division of Practice Velocity, PV Billing is the largest urgent care billing company in the United States, and has served more than 156 urgent care centers in over 36 states.
Review of systems
Urgent Care Association of America
Founded in 2004, the Urgent Care Association of America (UCAOA) represents all professionals working in the urgent care industry. Its mission is to provide leadership, education, and resources for the successful practice of urgent care. It has more than 3,200 members, both individual and practice, in the United States, Australia, Bahrain, Canada, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Mexico, and New Zealand.
Practice Velocity's electronic medical record (EMR) software designed specificially for urgent care practices.
Patients can schedule an appointment for their urgent care visit through the ZipPASS feature, allowing them to "get in line, online."