Emergency Department Information System (EDIS)
The emergency department is unique. Its documentation solution should be too. Backed by powerful clinical knowledge and an intuitive workflow designed for emergency care, EV is the most widely adopted emergency department information system (EDIS) in the U.S. today.
In-Depth EDIS Clinical Content
Built and maintained by a team of emergency physicians and nurses at The T System, the clinical content in EV is the gold standard for emergency medicine.
Designed to support the wide range and varying acuity of presenting conditions in the emergency department, EV gives clinicians powerful information at their fingertips to successfully evaluate, treat and diagnose patients. It is regularly reviewed and updated with regulatory changes, disease outbreaks and changing clinical protocols.
Interoperability with All Major EHRs
Working with your enterprise EHR, The T System’s EDIS can help maintain your emergency department’s productivity, throughput and financial outcomes. The T System is a proud member of the CommonWell Health Alliance, a non-profit trade association committed to improving healthcare interoperability standards.
The T System is experienced in interfacing with every major enterprise system and sharing data that includes registration information, history, medications, allergies, billing and more. 25+ bidirectional inbound and outbound interfaces are currently standardized.
Intuitive Workflow for the ER
A fast-paced and often hectic environment, the ER needs a solution that can keep up. With The T System’s original circle and backslash documentation method, documentation can be completed efficiently and effectively during the clinical encounter, even for trauma patients.
Designed with a workflow that works with clinicians instead of against them, EV makes documentation a seamless element of the clinical encounter.
ICD-10 Technology Helps Ensure Accurate Reimbursement
Clinical content in EV has been meticulously updated for ICD-10 to include the appropriate specificity, structure and terminology necessary for the ICD-10 transition, removing the burden from physicians.
The T System has also developed patent-pending, multi-level ICD-10 feedback technology that includes both high-level visual cues as well as the option for more detailed feedback to help facilitate the most specific ICD-10 code possible in order to prevent delayed or denied claims.
Success with EV
Clients discuss measurable changes and improvements.