Electronic Health Record

With InteGreat's modular EHR there's no need to purchase costly systems that include features and functionality that you don't really want, or that you may not want for a while.  InteGreat EHR lets you build and access complete electronic health records, freeing you to perform the tasks that matter most, while maximizing revenue generation for your practice. Effective for medical practices and community health centers to invest in the functionality needed now and add capabilities only when required.

InteGreat EHR provides browser-based, easy-to-use, extremely intuitive access to your clinical data, including patient demographic information, laboratory reports, transcribed documents, radiology reports and Health Summary. Provider Worklist and Clinical Messaging also help to streamline communications between clinicians and support staff. InteGreat EHR provides electronic signature and security for HIPAA compliance.


InteGreat EHR, v.6.5 is a pre-market CCHIT Certified® 2011 Ambulatory EHR additionally certified for Child Health 

Additional modules integrated with InteGreat EHR

InteGreat Script
Automates and manages electronic prescription generation, refill renewal requests and data exchange with pharmacies. All prescriptions undergo a complete Drug Utilization Review for prior adverse reactions, drug/drug interactions and drug to health state interactions. Reduces time and costs associated with prescribing and maintaining prescriptions. InteGreat Script, which is fully integrated with your patient's Health Summary, features easy-to-use medication entry screens, electronic signature capability and medication audits, as well as history, automatic generic-equivalent ordering, free-text entry and the ability to terminate prescriptions. InterGreat Script creates a clean, legible, and safe prescription.   InteGreat Scripts enables you to transmit prescriptions to pharmacies certified to use SureScripts®' e-Prescribing service and fax prescriptions that cannot be routed by SureScripts.

InteGreat Imaging
Provides document scanning and seamless storage and access to scanned images of patient data, authorizations, radiology reports, transcriptions, insurance cards, written communications and other clinical data. You can access the scanned images, which are incorporated into your patient's record, anytime from anywhere.

InteGreat Visit Entry
An advanced clinical documentation tool for use at the point-of-care. You can quickly enter visit information, family history, social history, review of systems, flowsheet and charting. With InteGreat Visit Entry, physicians can continue to dictate, use customized electronic check-off forms or customized anatomical chart notations. It uses Medicomp's Medcin engine, a "standard" for the acquisition of medical information by physicians. The clinical nomenclature engine includes more than 215,000 clinical data elements encompassing symptoms, history, physical examination, tests, diagnoses and therapy. Features include:

  • Easy documenting while capturing coded data
  • Coding of the entire encounter
  • Documentation of complex histories and unusual presentations
  • Accurate E&M coding customized to the individual provider's practice, but with shared data across providers
  • Documentation in greater detail, without reducing the number of patient visits
  • Includes over 340 ready to use templates
  • Use of dynamic templates, dynamic forms or both.

InteGreat PHR

Automates care management, which enables physicians to deliver authorized educational material, disease-specific health reminders and disease management assessment tools directly to the patient's desktop. This streamlined communication enhances physician and staff workflow along with patient satisfaction and quality of care. Modules include:

  • MyHealthRecord - customizable site, both content and look & feel including services, staff bios, branding, and office locations. Includes news, announcement, newsletters, etc.
  • MyAppointment/My Appointment Request - enables patients to view and schedule appointments.
  • MyHealthSummary - allows patients to access an online summary of their EHR, including medications, allergies, insurance information, etc.
  • MyRxRenewal - enables patients to request prescription renewals.
  • Medical Questionnaire - gathers complete medical history and automatically inputs it into the EHR.
  • Patient Education - provides comprehensive coverage of health, wellness and medical information for the patient consumer.

InteGreat EHR Orders

Allows a clinician to create an electronic requisition for ancillary services so that lost orders are reduced. Orders can be tracked from point-of-generation to your patient's arrival in the ancillary department, whilst eliminating paper and increasing accuracy. Order entry is very simple and intuitive to complement your normal workflow. The order entry interface provides a history of orders by patient and can automatically transmit orders to your ancillary systems offering immediate access to critical, patient-related clinical information.

QMACS Advantages:

  • Patient Demographic Info
  • Health Summary
  • Transcription Files
  • Radiology Reports
  • Laboratory Results
  • Provider Worklist
  • Clinical Messaging
  • Charge Capture
  • Code Search
  • Audit Log
  • Prenatal Module


Meaningful Use

The Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs provide a financial incentive for the "meaningful use" of certified EHR technology to achieve health and efficiency goals. By putting into action and meaningfully using an EHR system, providers will reap benefits beyond financial incentives–such as reduction in errors, availability of records and data, reminders and alerts, clinical decision support, and e-prescribing/refill automation.


ePrescribing is an integral part of the Meaningful Use requirements and—with the right software—a great way to begin the transition to a digital office.

Odd as it sounds, while bonuses for 2012 and 2013 will be based on successful ePrescribing in each of those years, penalties for thos years will be assessed based on 2011 activity.  To avoid penalties in 2012, (1% of Medicare revenue), physicians must report ePrescribing on 10 unique Medicare encounters between January and June, 2011.  To avoid penalties in 2013 (1.5% of Medicare revenue), physicians must report at least 25 times during the full 2011 year.

HIPPA 5010 Compliance

Beginning on January 1, 2012, a federal mandate requires health plans, clearinghouses, and providers to use new standards in electronically conducting certain health care administrative transactions at the heart of daily operations, including claims, remittance, eligibility, and claims status requests and responses. Upgrading from the current HIPAA 4010A1 transaction standards to the new 5010 standards addresses several key goals:

Increase Transaction Uniformity
Support Pay for Performance
Streamline Reimbursement Transactions

As the deadline approaches, affected health care organizations need to upgrade and test their claims management systems to accommodate 5010 and prevent operational disruptions.


The US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has mandated the replacement of the ICD-9-CM code sets used by medical coders and billers to report health care diagnoses and procedures with ICD-10 code sets, effective Oct. 1, 2013. ICD-10 implementation will radically change the way coding is currently done and will require a significant effort to implement.

The QMACS Coding department is trained and ready for ICD-10 Implementation.