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Your role in your community is significant. And so are the pressures you face every day.
Healthland can help. We serve more critical access hospitals than any other electronic health records (EHR) vendor. That’s because we’re wholly dedicated to providing hospital information systems to hospitals like yours, we’re priced right, and our solutions are sized right.
We’ve also got the tools you need to succeed. Use our ROI calculator to identify the future cost savings and newly generated revenues that an EHR solution can bring to your critical access hospital.
It’s always helpful to see Healthland products in action. To request a product demo or to inquire about our products, please contact us.
The Healthland hospital information system helps improve the accuracy and integration of your critical access hospital’s financial, clinical, and patient information by linking all essential information in the healthcare delivery chain. This allows you to more quickly and accurately meet your requirements for efficiency, regulatory compliance, and interoperability.
Our Inpatient EHR solution provides a single repository for all patient information that can be accessed across the continuum of care. Quick access to complete patient histories also helps to reduce medical errors, enhancing overall patient safety and quality of care. And software solutions that are intuitive and easy to use encourage adoption by physicians and other healthcare providers.
See how our financial management solutions can complement a Healthland EHR at your facility.
The Healthland hospital information system also provides a revenue-generating application. Patient Care Guidelines helps critical access hospitals to actively promote consistent preventative care throughout their community. This is fully customizable, so you can determine individual healthcare guidelines based upon each patient’s age, sex, and/or diagnosis.