eClinicalMobile® allows providers to access the system anywhere through their smart phone. The screen has been optimized for easier viewing and to load quickly on these handheld devices. Users are able to access schedules, write prescriptions, and access encounters with the peace of mind that the data is encrypted and hosted on a secure gateway.
eClinicalMobile provides user name and password as part of the log-on security function. Once logged in, icons are displayed for ease of use in choosing your function.
Telephone and web messages
Viewing patient encounters
Examining lab results
Charge capture at the point of service
eClinicalWorks® understands the daily juggling act that providers deal with trying to balance their life outside of the office. eClinicalMobile allows you to be in contact with your staff and have access to the vital information that resides on your computer without having to go into the office. The product offers access to your patients’ information with a tap of the screen enabling you to provide your patients the best care possible and in a timely manner.
- Support the Scribe Edit Template command
- Support the Scribe Edit Last Progress Note command
Ratings and Reviews
It’s great to have the features that it offers, but what good does it do IF IT DOESNT WORK THE MAJORITY OF TIME?!? I’ve tried to point this out to our EClinical rep over and over, and all they do is make updates to “fix the bugs”. These inevitably create other “bugs”. The truth behind eClinicals in general, not just the mobile app, is that whatever program base they have is simply flawed from the beginning. It’s horribly programmed. If you could visualize the program represented by a tangible structure, I see it as a Dr Seuss drawing of a complex scaffolding that is thrown together and held together by mismatched materials and temporary fragile repairs. Anything and everything will and does go wrong with it. Perhaps when you signed up with them you were fooled by the nice format of the notes. It gives the misperception that it must be a great EHR. But the very first thing any EHR has to be is RELIABLE, otherwise none of the fancy features account for anything. The EClinical mobile app does not perform reliably enough to even allow you to use it, so you might as well not even have it.
Unreliable and useless
Why would any EMR system create a mobile app that doesn't integrate with the desktop version? When a new patient schedules an appointment or requests an appointment, none of that information is visible on the mobile app schedule. Even blocked times don't show up on the schedule. Notification emails generate a link to a desktop version of E clinical mobile, that has zero functionality and requires use of the mobile app on the phone. oh, and don't even get me started on the wasted amount of time spent with the clinical work support team. It seems like they don't have any sort of seamless transition, warm handoff, or understanding of what happens between different components of their EMR. every call is like starting brand new and typically ends up without anything productive happening.
So, now I have been using it for a year and it is even worse than I thought. Slow and cumbersome. Constant “click,click,click”- and most of the “clicking” is redundant or unnecessary. Templates are un-usable in current form and not customizable. Program does not allow for using repeated common phrasing with one keystroke. Gotta type everything in over and over. Would not recommend this version of ECW (it is archaic) to my worst enemy.
Very little can be done with the app. Not real helpful. End up having to lug my computer around because app not helpful and to get anything done I have to go to full version. Give it a “zero” in the user friendly category. Only use it because I have to for work.
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- eClinicalWorks LLC
- 113.3 MB
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 13.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- 17+ Frequent/Intense Medical/Treatment Information
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