Clinical EHR

Nowhere on earth is the healthcare delivery system more complex than here in the USA.

Reform is imminent.
Change is constant.
Confidence wanes — in the healthcare industry and the bodies that govern it.

Yet despite these challenges, or perhaps because of them, those committed to innovation are leveraging new technologies in communication and collaboration to improve healthcare for everyone involved. At the forefront: WebChart EHR.


WebChart is a scalable, web-based system originally developed for ambulatory physician practices and clinics. Today, it’s being used in those and many other settings, including niche hospital/health system applications for ACO/PCMH, chronic disease management and palliative care.

Intuitively organized like the paper charts it replaces, clinicians appreciate the inherent logic of WebChart. Data is stored as documents, filed in tabs of the clinician’s choosing. Every document — from encounter notes, to lab results, to radiology images — is easily accessible within WebChart, from any web-enabled device.

WebChart supports multiple forms of data entry to document patient encounters, orders and other components of the patient visit. Authorized users can securely access the patient record, create tasks and orders, and generate encounter information — from the office, the hospital or from home.

With interoperability as its keystone, the system integrates with the hardware and software already in use, and supports standards based data exchange with other providers, regardless of which EHRs they use. Patient engagement tools including portals and personal health records extend WebChart’s value and promote secure messaging between clinicians and consumers.

Together, form and functionality fuel communication, resulting in more efficient practice administration, better financial performance, and the improved outcomes that benefit the industry as well as the individuals it serves.