Electronic Health Record Systems


The result of a decade-long grant-funded, public/private consortium, AXEIUM EHR is Orange County’s software platform for patient-centric community health that was developed with the ambitious goal of providing a low-cost, highly-responsive, easily-customizable/adaptable, all-things-to-all-people, fully integrated and fully certified patient management and electronic health records system, with desired and expected outcomes to include simultaneous improvements in patient health, ease of use, speed of service, lower total cost of ownership, and best-in-class reporting. ¬†At the heartbeat of the development process is an unfiltered, perpetual feedback loop that embraces cycles of continuous process improvement from all levels of clinical staff and management – directly to the development team.

These networks utilize AXEIUM EHR:

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