Health Technology — 22 March 2011
New app for iPhone and iPad pages doctors with instant messages

New app for iPhone and iPad pages doctors with instant messages.

Webahn, Inc. has announced that Capzule EMR, its electronic medical records iOS App for physicians, now includes instant messaging capability. Capzule (capzule.com) is an online electronic medical records platform offered to small medical practices as a software service.

Physicians who use Capzule EMR can now be notified on their iPhone or iPad of items that require immediate attention while away from the office, such as prescription refills, test results or emergencies. In addition to instant messaging and push notification, the latest version of Capzule EMR, will help medical staff to communicate better in order to improve efficiency in patient care.

Capzule enables physicians to access patient information instantly; from home, clinic, or hospital at any time with secure login ID and password protection. It has the capability to send messages, add notes, prescribe medications, write orders and manage files. Capzule EMR is priced at $150 per month per physician. Webahn is now offering 50 percent off until April 20th to encourage physicians to explore and experience the best of the new iPad 2 with Capzule EMR App.

Webahn, Inc. is a privately held company incorporated in Michigan. The company has been providing clinical documentation solutions since 2000, first with OvernightScribe.com which is used by clinics throughout the nation, as well as Michigan State University HealthTeam and Henry Ford Health Systems. Capzule.com was later launched with the goal to provide affordable electronic medical records to small practices and is now serving clinics nationwide. Webahn also offers Capzule PHR, a personal health records app for all iPad and iPhone users.

For more information, visit www.capzule.com

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