MacPractice has added a new product to its software line-up for doctors. Dubbed MacPractice EMR (Electronic Medical Records), the new software is designed to allow doctors to customize it for their specific needs, the company said.
Using the software, doctors can create and interact with clinical data including Health History and Clinical Notes with graphic annotations. Patient data entered in MacPractice can be displayed on the forms using pull fields.
The company also said that EMR forms automatically create new tables in the MacPractice MySQL database.
Until December 31, 2007, MacPractice EMR will cost $2500 plus $500 annually for support and updates.