Medical Practice Management Software

eData EHR Improves Quality of Care and Simplifies Daily Operations

The global EHR market in 2015 was $24.02 billion and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 6.05 percent through 2022 reaching an estimated value of more than $36.5 billion by 2022.

The majority of vendors are either legacy vendors servicing large healthcare enterprises or smaller software solution companies that develop one-off solutions to address specific unmet needs.  Some vendors have opted to use an Open Source approach to lure providers with “zero” cost software later to be “enhanced” with costly customization/modification work. These same vendors are unable to shift their offerings toward cloud base solutions or to address additional specific unmet needs because of their one-off approach. Each new endeavour requires a start over approach.

eData Platform has been developed from its inception with a fully functional best of breed interoperability platform that serves as the base for all of its industry expert guided solutions in specialty EMR software solutions.

Healthcare providers at Healthcare Platforms are constantly facing issues revolving around usability, timely access to data and simplicity of use. They describe current solutions as complex, very expensive productivity reducers that require increases in staffing and an ongoing high cost of ownership due to vendor dependency. eData Platform provides quality solutions for Healthcare Platform which includes EMR software solutions, EHR with MACRA Integration, Health Record Management, SaaS Healthcare Record Management and EMR SaaS Solution. EMR software solutions helps doctors and medical practitioners to keep record of information for Health Record Management.

Knowledgeable investors are cautiously optimistic and obviously intrigued by both the market size and the expected growth rate. Their concerns usually focus on market saturation, willingness of providers to switch to a new EMR SaaS Solution, time and effort to deploy new EMR software solutions, and the disparate revenue models.

The eData Platform Specialty EMR software solutions brings to the market cutting edge cloud-based enterprise Health Record Management applications co-designed with industry experts to provide zero IT, low cost of ownership intuitive specialty EHR/HIS solutions.

Our impeccable track record, solid deployment strategy, experience management team ensures successful deployment and what’s even more important long term path to success. We have a well though out go to market strategy and mature solution to get us there. We are lean and efficient organization build to capture and serve clients.

Company Snapshot

eData Platform, Corp is an international organization headquartered in Fort Lauderdale, FL with 10 years on the market and more than 100 man-years  combined of software design, development, implementation, and customer service experience. We deliver innovative cost effective EMR SaaS Solution to customers and partner organizations in multiple industries around the world.


  • Started as consulting company in 2007
  • Focusing on product development and deployment; Developed Unique SaaS PaaS technology
  • Current Customers : TASC, CDC, State APHL’s, CPChem, R&T Bartlesville and others…
  • Patents Pending

Transitioning to Product

  • Healthcare Focus/ Specialty Providers
  • SaaS Healthcare Record Management/SaaS based model
  • Interoperability
  • Currently piloting with several cardiology healthcare groups as potential SaaS clients, pending EHR certification

Proven eData Platform Management Team


  • COO of StarLIMS now a part of Abbott Laboratories
  • Director of enterprise systems at Applied Biosystems an Applera Company
  • Overseen more than 200 global enterprise projects
  • Awarded the CIO top 100 award in 2010


  • Senior Solutions Architect at Star LIMS acquired by Abbott
  • Coordinated NIH initiatives to define and deploy National healthcare network
  • Overlooked a number of CDC/APHL/NIH healthcare IT

Marketing and Strategy Advisor

  • CEO – Eccentex Corporation
  • CEO - Datamax Technologies (Sold)
  • VP of Sales for Public Sector – Exigen (Sold)
  • Business Analysts- Wang Labs

VP of Business Development

  • COO leading marketing company
  • VP Business Development largest equipment manufacturer in North America
  • Leading specialist in market development strategy
  • Over 20 years of first hand experience

Healthcare Industry Advisor

  • Practicing physician
  • Specializing in Internal Medicine

Major concerns with existing EHR software

Incredibly, there are over 1,000 electronic medical record platforms out on the market today. There are the big players with recognizable names – Cerner, Epic, Allscripts, NextGen, athenaClinicals – but there are also countless smaller vendors, some of which provide customized EMR software solutions for specialists. Functionality varies greatly with each system: data entry can be inefficient and time-consuming for certain systems, but not others. Other functionality issues can include slow processing, formats that are not user-friendly, or limited capabilities.

Most of these systems are also highly proprietary and may not communicate well with each other. This lack of interoperability presents a barrier to the transparent communication of health information, preventing adequate coordination of care on the small scale and obstructing population health management on a larger scale.

Physicians are concerned that current systems are interfering with physician-patient and physician-to-physician relationship. Providers often complain that EMRs interfere with clinical care, making interactions more impersonal and less face-to-face, while also degrading clinical documentation. And disparate systems with poor interoperability make it difficult to communicate with other providers as well.

Additionally, as organizations adopt legacy systems, referral patterns change, favoring those providers that are network-enabled and putting other, independent providers at risk of being marginalized. There’s also the growing pressure for physicians to meet state and federal health IT mandates. In an environment where there is already a shortage of primary care physicians, there is concern that EMRs will heighten physician dissatisfaction and drive a further shortage of physicians.

Providing an Affordable Solution

eData Specialty  EMR SaaS Solution  is a cost effective and comprehensive solution built by physicians for physicians

eData Specialty EHR addresses most of the reported issues. Use of cutting edge technological solutions and tools, healthcare providers as core matter expert contributors to the systems functional specifications and usability design, eData team was able to create scalable, cost effective, easy to use and intuitive EMR software solutions capable to solve issues currently impeding on improving Health Record Management and reducing the cost.

  1. Enabling quick access to patient records for more coordinated yet efficient care
  2. Making prescribing safer and more reliable
  3. Reducing costs through decreased paperwork and reduce duplication of testing
  4. Lab and Imaging Integrations
  5. Online Appointment Booking
  6. Patient Portal With Secure Messaging

The EHR market is changing and physicians have more “buying-power” than ever when it comes to building their perfect EHR system. eData Specialty EMR SaaS Solution improve all aspects of patient care, including safety, communication, timeliness while helping Healthcare Platform make better clinical decisions by integrating patient information across various parts.

EHR Market Size

Specialty Healthcare Providers
# of Providers

Neurology 23,000+
Clinical Trials and Research18,000+
Social Services120,000+ agencies

Global Forecast for Electronic Health Records (EHR)

Accenture Study Estimates EHR Market to Reach $22.3 billion by end of 2015

SaaS Healthcare Record Management

Reasons for Purchasing an EHR

EMR SaaS Solution

Opportunity †Current EHR Solutions Are Complex

  1. Lack of configurable, easy to use and cost effective platform based solutions
  2. Enforcing “one system fits all” approach, leads to cumbersome and inadequate software solution hospitals and clinics are forcing upon providers
  3. Meaningful Use criteria’s, mandated by the government dictate the way patients are being treated and impede rather than help in the treatment process
  4. Support for recent regulatory compliance modifications and coding repository updates are complex and costly
  5. Personalizing healthcare, the “Internet of me” – connecting patients with their data
SaaS Medical Record Management

“Even after $30 billion in taxpayer money spent on funding the digitization of America’s healthcare system more than half of doctors view EHRs as having a negative impact on cost, efficiency and productivity.”

Planning Disruption With Next Generation ALF Platform

eData EHR Solution

Laboratory Instrumentation Data Management

Key features

  • eData Platform is over 3 years in development
  • Configurable to unique practice needs
  • Preloaded with specialty workflow, templates and content
  • Underlying platform enables handling of diverse paper and digital content
  • Reduces need for additional staff and manual operations
  • Low cost of ownership
  • Paves the road for Meaningful Use compliant EHR without costly certification efforts

Competition – eData Is Ideal To Target Healthcare Providing Facilities

Cost Of Ownership Low cost of ownership
High cost of deployment and ownership
High cost of deployment and ownership
Low cost of ownership
Low cost of ownership
Substantial investment to deploy and maintain
High cost of deployment and ownership
High cost of deployment and ownership
FeatureseDataEpiceClinical WorksAll ScriptsPractice FusionAmazing ChartsNext GenMeditech
Cloud Based
Provider Specific Workflow
Smart Documents UI+
Configurable Workflows++++++
Convert Paper Into Actionable Content
Platform Base+
Ease of Configuration
Transcription Workflow++++

Benefits and Features:

Specialty Workflow with Personalized presentation


Key features

  • Easy to Navigate and intuitive GUI design
  • Ability to personalize views
  • “Less is more” – presentation design
  • Enhance physicians’ ability to provide high-quality patient care
  • Enhance staff ’ ability to provide high-quality patient care
  • Promote care coordination
  • Product modularity and configurability
  • Promotes interoperability and data exchange
  • Facilitates digital patient engagement
  • Expedited user input into product design and post-implementation feedback

Specialty Workflow with Personalized Chart Preview

Interoperability solutions

Key features

Poor EHR design gets in the way of face-to-face interaction with patients because physicians are forced to spend more time documenting required information of questionable value. Features such as pop-up reminders, cumbersome menus and poor user interfaces can make EHRs far more time consuming than paper charts.
Instead, EHRs should be designed to enable physician-patient engagement. Technology should fit seamlessly into the practice and be based on work flow needs.

Specialty Workflow with Consult/Follow up work bench

SaaS Enterprise Integration Platform

Key features

eData Specialty EHR built to accommodate physicians’ practice patterns and work flows, which vary depending on size, specialty and setting. Making EHR systems more modular would allow physicians to configure their health IT environment to best suit their work flows and patient populations. Allowing vendors to focus on specialized applications also would produce the tailored technology physicians need.

Specialty Workflow with Consult/Follow up work bench

SaaS Document Management

Key features

Although physicians spend significant time navigating their EHR systems, many physicians say that the quality of the clinical narrative in paper charts is more succinct and reflective of the pertinent clinical information. A lack of context and overly structured data capture requirements, meanwhile, can make interpretation difficult.

eData Specialty EHR support medical decision-making with concise, context-sensitive real-time data. To achieve this, we created sophisticated tools for reporting, analyzing data and supporting decisions. These tools should be customized for each practice environment.

Specialty Workflow with access to Radiology/Notes and more

Health Record Management

Key features

eData Specialty EHR designed to support digital patient engagement. By incorporating increased interoperability between EHR systems and patients’ mobile technologies and telehealth technologies promotes health and wellness and managing chronic illnesses.

Specialty Workflow with access to Radiology/Notes and more

Healthcare Platform
SaaS Healthcare Record Management

Specialty Workflow with electronic content management


Key features

Data “lock in” is a common problem. eData Specialty ALF facilitates connected health care across care settings and enables both exporting of data and properly incorporating data from other systems. The end result is a coherent longitudinal patient record that is built from various sources that can be accessed in real time.

Specialty Workflow with Post Care Management

EMR SaaS Solution

Key features

Affordable and transparent approach to the pricing and cost of ownership makes eData Specialty EHR affordable and easy to manage and support comprehensive soluiton. Investing in EHRs can seem ironic when one of our major concerns in healthcare is skyrocketing costs. System-wide implementation of best-of-breed EHR systems, such as Epic, can run in the hundreds of millions of dollars. Beyond the up-front investment, budgets can also be blown by unexpected vendors’ fees, upgrades or ongoing maintenance needs. Unfortunately, it’s not uncommon these days to hear of hospitals going bankrupt as a result of underestimating their technology spending.

Specialty Workflow with eRx and CPOE

Health Record Management

Case Studies

Existing legacy system was not providing adequate support resulting in substantial expenses in manual labor and extra validations to avoid errors as a result of intense manual data processing. Performance and frequent system failures demanded additional IT personnel to manage and operate. Each upgrade was costly, prolonged and expensive. New operating system releases and new generations of tables and computers were not supported by legacy software.

Implementation of the eData Platform solution enabled upgrade of archaic hardware and core software and operating systems as well as usage of modern tablets and mobile computers, dramatically improved performance and data security. Extensive process automation and elimination of manual data management reduced errors and processing. The need for additional IT personnel was no longer required.

eData was able to reduce the overall cost of maintenance, improved upgradeability, while reducing support staff and improving overall end user satisfaction. The newly deployed solution created the enterprise SaaS Healthcare Record Management platform and reduced software maintenance expenses by more than 25%.

Case I: Clinical Information Management software

A large specialty group of doctors operating in a number of facilities are operating a legacy paper based EHR system. Lack of a suitable and affordable solution has forced the group to remain paper-based. eData Specialty EHR is collaborating with this group to co-develop an enterprise Meaningful Use certified cloud base SaaS Medical Record Management solution connecting all offices into a single network with ability to share information and eliminate the need to maintain multiple paper copies for the same patient in each location. By establishing electronic records and optimizing workflow management and eliminating manual information handling will dramatically improve performance while reducing errors and information processing time. The eData Platform solution will also enable the conversion of dictation notes into transcribed electronic content. As a result of deployment of electronic Health Record Management solutions, facilities will be able to start reporting Meaningful Use results and avoid penalties mandated by the Medicaid and Medicare regulatory agencies. Use of interoperability will enable the sharing of information with other facilities as well as Health Information Exchanges and Clinical Information Network dramatically improving the community quality of healthcare. While most of the existing EMR software solutions bill their Clients based on transactions or the size of their facility, revenue or billing. eData Platform uses a fixed price model allowing small to medium size facilities to manage and plan their capital expenses and budget.

Case II: Converting paper-base EHR

ONC Certified HIT Mark Certification for modular EHR systems

eData Platform is pleased to announce their receipt of an ONC Certified HIT Mark Certification for modular EHR systems.

The ONC Certified HIT Mark Certification and Design (Mark) is available to represent products that have been certified by an ONC-ACB under the ONC Health IT Certification Program and meet the 2014 Edition or 2015 Edition Standards and Certification Criteria. This means that a product was tested in accordance with the ONC-Approved Test Method, and certified in accordance with the standards and certification criteria adopted by the Secretary and all other requirements of the ONC Health IT Certification Program.

“We are proud of this new certification and believe it to be further validation of our considerable investment in our SaaS Medical Record Management platform. We would like to thank our strategic investment partners in this vertical who have helped us with this important achievement said Nathan Rozenfeld founder of eData Platform Inc.”
For more information about the certification please see link below.

eData Platform Specialty EHR

About eData Platform

eData Platform is a global Internet of Things solutions provider that enables businesses and institutions of all sizes to capture, organize, structure and integrate their data in real time to facilitate timely data analysis and operational action. These EMR SaaS solutions can be provided in a private cloud with no customer IT required or on premise to augment existing IT strategies.