EHR/EMR Software for starting point


#1

I am working with a free clinic run by my church. I am looking for a simple EHR/EMR software that I can use as a starting point to develop some thing for the clinic. The US GOV requires this or we will have to shutdown since most of the people have no or gov subsided health care. this is a completely not for profit all volunteer clinic so there is no money for the software, any money will come from me for this project and that ain’t much.
I used and have clarion 6 in the past and just got a license for the newest version. I look forward to any and all help that I may receive and it goes with out saying Bless you all.


#2

Hi There,

I don’t know anything about US healthcare software (being based in the UK) - but I’d guess it will be tightly regulated ie you’ll need to meet certain specifications etc etc
This would not be an easy task for any developer - so maybe you’d be better off considering one of the available freeware and/or open-source EMR packages that already exist.

https://blog.capterra.com/top-7-free-open-source-emr-software-products/

lists 7 of them which may or may not help you.
NB I’ve no idea how these packages work or what operating systems and databases they require.

Hope this helps.

Graham


#3

I have a medical billing app written in Clarion 6. It is a discontinued commercial product. It was discontinued only because I retired. It does patient statements and both printed and electronic insurance claims (using the CMS-1500 format). I can send you a copy to look at if you are interested.


#4

hi sir
i am interested too.


#5

Is there any way I can get in touch with you directly. My email is [email protected]


#6

I am traveling now but will get home late Wednesday night. I have had so many requests that, probably on Thursday, I will upload it and put a link on ClarionHub.

Peter Gysegem

    +1-541-250-0228 (USA)

    +66-83-750-6622 (Thailand)

#7

I am traveling now but will get home late Wednesday night. I have had so many requests that, probably on Thursday, I will upload it and put a link on ClarionHub.

Peter Gysegem

    +1-541-250-0228 (USA)

    +66-83-750-6622 (Thailand)

#8

Any update.

As ever.

Ray Traeger


#9

For those interested, my Medical billing app is available for download at:

http://gysegem.com/aeris/basicsetup_2_0.exe

It installs in demo mode and all functions are enabled for 60 days. After that, an activation will be needed, which I can supply.

This is a very basic program that does simple printed and electronic insurance claims as well as patient statements. The source is in Clarion 6 and purchase can be negotiated. It uses several add-on Clarion templates. Some are ones I wrote and I will be happy to include them.

I also have a much more comprehensive program that does all of the above but generates ANSI X12 837 claims, many more reports, custom report writer (using FRB) and many, many other things. The target market was mental and behavioral health and has extensive treatment planning and progress tracking, although that part can be ignored for straight medical use. It is written in Clarion 10 and, like the above, it uses several add-on Clarion templates. Some are ones I wrote and I will be happy to include them with the source purchase.

I have not uploaded the bigger program but, if anyone is interested, I can make it available as well.


#10

I did upload the manual for the bigger Clarion 10 program. It is at:

http://gysegem.com/aeris/ProUserGuide.pdf


#11

For those interested in my Clarion 10 program, I have uploaded it and the setup guide.

http://gysegem.com/aeris/Pro3Setup.exe

http://gysegem.com/aeris/Pro3_install_guide.pdf

Like my other program, it will install in demo more and give unlimited use for 60 days. After that, it will need to be unlocked.

This program was designed for mental health clinics and was also used by many solo practitioners. It has extensive, template-based treatment planning, progress notes, and other user-defined measures. It generates patient statements and insurance claims, with the latter in ANSI X12 837P format as well as CMS-1500 format, both printed and electronic. Lots of built-in reports and a custom report builder based on FRB.

Source is available, negotiable but not cheap.