Modernizing Medicine, Inc., the creator of the Electronic Medical Assistant® (EMA™), a cloud-based, iPad native, specialty-specific electronic medical record (EMR) system, will showcase the latest advancements with EMA Orthopedics™ at this year’s American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) Annual Meeting. This follows the company’s completion of its $20M Series D financing announced last week.
Designed and developed by orthopedic physicians for orthopedic physicians, EMA Orthopedics is available as a native iPad application and can be accessed via the Internet virtually anywhere and anytime, giving providers the freedom they need to efficiently run their practices. EMA Orthopedics includes automated and advanced ICD-10 coding, Meaningful Use and PQRS reporting capabilities, in addition to EMA’s Grand Rounds™, which helps to eliminate redundancies and automate communications.
“Our EMA Orthopedics platform is designed with intricate detail in order to incorporate the complexity of the orthopedics space,” said Daniel Cane, CEO and co-founder of Modernizing Medicine. “EMA Orthopedics not only allows physicians to access information and data almost anywhere at any time, it has fully automated ICD-10 coding and comprehensive Meaningful Use capabilities. In addition, EMA Orthopedics now includes workers compensation for some states.”
Modernizing Medicine built EMA Orthopedics with an adaptive learning engine which is able to adjust to each provider’s unique practice style in real time, pulling up the surgeon’s most frequently used diagnoses and treatment plans first. The orthopedic surgeons behind EMA Orthopedics understand each physician is extremely detailed when it comes to an examination, and this is accounted for in the Virtual Exam Room™. From the exam, to diagnosis, to treatment plans, all relevant information is on one screen.