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Six benefits of implementing an EHR

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Facilitates clinical decision making through evidence and full traceability of the patient.

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It focuses hospital care following international protocols.

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Duplicate records are avoided and patients are accurately identified.

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Streamlines doctors' time by saving time for administrative tasks.

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It facilitates its integration with organizational systems and streamlines the scheduling of future consultations.

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Ensures the confidentiality of personal data.

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Discover the functionalities of the Cirrus EHR

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Management of medication indication, drug-drug ,drug- food interactions and allergies.

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A follow-up to medical indications and nursing care

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Outpatient Care

Outpatient control

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Inpatient Care

Control of hospitalised patients

An EHR designed for
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All the documentation of your hospital is in your hands.

Cirrus cloud technology enables users to have complete and real-time monitoring.

Increase revenue.

Cirrus has enabled hospitals to be more efficient in managing their operational cost. Cirrus considerably increases the income of your hospital from the first day.

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Cirrus EHR features

Health record

Cirrus EHR allows healthcare staff to see all the patient's interventions in the organization, each identified by the patient account number. The health record includes the admission date, the reason for the consultation, and who attended.

Medical Forms

Medical forms are the equivalent of paper documents that a health organization incorporates into the clinical record. All forms are customizable per organization.

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If the physician starts writing a medication, Cirrus shows all the matches the hospital has active. Then, the drug must be confirmed, as well as the dosage, quantity, route of administration, frequency, and duration. 

Drug dosage calculation and intake 

Cirrus automatically calculates the medication intake schedule, allowing nurses to consult when they must administer each indicated medicine.

Additional indications

Physicians can also write special instructions for the rest of the team, for instance, a patient diet section, general care, etc. The additional specifications section is totally configured for the organization.

Additional records and admission or discharge diagnoses

With Cirrus EHR, physicians can record new diagnoses for the patient, choosing whether it is an active, resolved, or unconfirmed status. Likewise, it can be classified as an admission diagnosis, a discharge diagnosis, or a new finding.


Each patient's movement can be seen in the "History" section, where the date on which any diagnosis was made and its status will be preserved.

The patient's vital sign records and graph will be displayed by fields and period, with a personalized display option. This vital signs functionality is shared with all system users in real-time, so if someone updates the record, everyone sees the latest data.

This section also contains all the health information, so users can review the data of the stay or encounter the patient has had in the organization previously.

File lock

Whether a patient's electronic medical record is being reviewed by a hospital committee or undergoing a legal or administrative process, this feature allows the patient's record to be blocked, preventing any edit or modification.

Patient discharge

The patient's discharge plan is configured as a questionnaire, including indications and details such as the date and time of discharge, the reason, the conditions, the means of transportation, the patient's companion, and other information. Depending on the permissions of each organization, nurses can also record this data.

Information visualization for nursing

Nurses have access to the clinical forms and permission to make new records visible to the rest of the staff. For example:

    • Access to electronic clinical record documents.

  • Update of vital signs and visualization of historical data.
  • Alerts when a value is below the established range.
  • Filling out organizational forms and questionnaires.
  • Free text notes for additional directions or observations.

After the physician establishes a medication plan, the system calculates the schedule and doses at which the nurse is responsible for administering the medications.

Patient account charges for nursing

Nurses can charge the patient's account directly for medications or procedures performed. When a nurse saves, it will be reflected in the charge status.