EMR Systems

Custom EHR & EMR Software Development Solutions

Business Challenges

The traditional paper prescriptions are losing their relevance in today’s modern, dynamic, and fast world of healthcare. The paper prescriptions are expensive to copy, transport, store, and are easily destroyable. They are also tough to analyze and cause a significant amount of ecological damage.

OSP Labs’ EHR/EMR system development services build robust and practical solutions that help in eliminating redundancy and piles of papers containing patient data. Our state-of-the-art custom electronic medical record (EMR) systems help providers to work efficiently and drive better medical, financial, population health management, and operational outcomes. OSP Labs’ custom EMR software solutions prove to be an excellent option to enhance clinical productivity, improve accuracy, and protect reimbursement.

Solution Design & Development

As healthcare industry partners, OSP Labs provide highly customizable, scalable, and cost-efficient custom electronic medical records systems. Our custom EHR/EMR system development services help to enhance healthcare quality, reduce expenses, improve medical staff efficiency, and promote patient comfort.

  • Our custom EHR software solutions maintain electronic medical records in a comprehensive architecture to allow easy and quick access to patient data. Our EHR software solutions play a vital role in promoting efficient workflow and reducing the administrative burden of paper documentation.
  • The ability of electronic charting offered by our custom EMR systems allows streamlining your medical reporting and automatic carryover of your demographic data and vital signs history. Easy, real-time, enhanced population health management, and click-free charting bring efficiency in medical reporting.
  • OSP Labs' custom EMR integration solutions offer customizable and user-definable EHR templates. These templates can be easily applied to the SOAP notes to automate the entry of repetitive information and enable the variable data elements of any specific patient.


Interoperability allows different information systems, applications, and devices to exchange and interpret data seamlessly. OSP’s custom EHR and EMR software development solutions empower healthcare providers to access and share patient information across disparate systems, facilitating coordinated care, improving clinical decision-making, and enhancing patient outcomes. OSP’s interoperability standards ensure that data exchanged between systems is understood and utilized effectively, regardless of the platform or vendor. OSP promotes a secure and efficient flow of health information.



Interoperability allows different information systems, applications, and devices to exchange and interpret data seamlessly. OSP’s custom EHR and EMR software development solutions empower healthcare providers to access and share patient information across disparate systems, facilitating coordinated care, improving clinical decision-making, and enhancing patient outcomes. OSP’s interoperability standards ensure that data exchanged between systems is understood and utilized effectively, regardless of the platform or vendor. OSP promotes a secure and efficient flow of health information.

Values Delivered
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Enhanced Interoperability
Enable the hassle-free data exchange with patients, providers, payers, health registries, and other healthcare organizations.
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Electronic Prescribing
Capture and access patient data to offer the right medication, avoid potential medication conflicts and evaluate the effectiveness of earlier medicines.
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Electronic Faxing
Edit, annotate, import and send both inbound and outbound faxes to save time, money and a massive paper trail.
E & M Coding
Efficiently comply the EHR with evaluation and management documentation standards to ensure that healthcare payers have the right information while paying out.
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Meaningful Use Certification
Meat the meaningful use goals of EHR and get Meaningful Use attestation by using the smart reporting tools and personalized assistance.

What Makes OSP Lab's Interoperability Solution Best for Your Need?

OSP Labs' custom EHR Software solutions strive to strengthen the quality of healthcare services offered by a variety of healthcare stakeholders. Our custom EMR systems work in tandem with healthcare providers to provide accurate documentation, intelligent data capture, structuring capability, and simple medical scheduling.

Improve the quality of healthcare and make healthcare more accessible, value-based, and convenient for providers and patients.
Improve the diagnostics and patient outcomes and prevent medical errors by gaining access to complete and accurate patient data.
Automate several time-consuming, paper-driven and labor-intensive tasks to bring efficiency to healthcare management.
Boost healthcare practice efficiencies and cost-savings through reduced chart pull, storage, and re-filing costs.
Enhance the communication to coordinate care among multiple healthcare providers by offering access to all pertinent information.
Reduce the burden of duplicate tests and additional expenses in time & money by readily accessing test results anytime, anywhere.
Enhance the Participation of patients to boost the collaboration in informed decision making and to manage and treat various chronic ailments successfully.
Leverage Electronic Health Records across the continuum of care allows for better integration of healthcare stakeholders by enhanced information sharing and standardization of data.

EMR Software Solutions Development Services


Custom EMR Solutions Development Services

  • Design of tailored UI/UX to suit preferences and convenience
  • Development of cloud-based or on-premises EMR solution
  • Design and development of an EMR software solution that is compatible with desktops, tablets, and mobile
  • Inclusion of features like encryption, access controls, audit trails, etc., for HIPAA compliance
  • Function for analysis of patients' health data

Integration of EMR Systems with Medical Software Platforms

  • Medical billing and coding applications
  • Patient Portal
  • Practice management
  • Revenue cycle management
  • Telehealth software

Design and Development of EMR Systems with Custom Features

  • Medication prescription assistance
  • Chronic disease management
  • Clinical decision support
  • Handwriting recognition for discerning physician notes
  • Voice assistant

Solutions We Offer

Frequently Asked Questions

An electronic medical record (EMR) system is a digital version of a patient’s healthcare chart. It contains all patients’ medical data to enable doctors to make informed treatment decisions. The data stored in an EMR solution could include demographic information, allergies, immunization records, previous surgeries, medication history, previous conditions, diagnoses, and so on. An EMR software solution allows medical professionals to create, store, view, and manage this healthcare chart.  

An electronic health record (EHR) system is a digital version of a patient’s paper-based chart. They are patient records that quickly make important medical information available to clinicians and authorized users. An EHR solution contains the entire health history of patients and provides a broad perspective of a patient’s care.  

Types of EMR systems are as follows –   

      1. Software  

This is the conventional type of commercial software where it is installed on-premises at a clinic or a hospital. The software is likely installed on the servers and shared amongst all providers if it is a large hospital with multiple departments. This type generally has high upfront purchase, installation, and update costs.  

      2. Application Services  

In this type, the application resides on the vendor’s servers instead of the hospital’s. Although it reduces the initial costs of implementation, operating it tends to rise over time. Although it may seem similar to cloud-based software, it is a private cloud with internet access but without network benefits or the ability to share.  

      3. Software as a Service (SaaS)  

In this model, the software is hosted from the cloud and all the relevant IT infrastructure. All the maintenance and updating are done by the service provider, along with handling storage. All users of organizations that subscribe to this access a single instance of the software securely through the web. It incurs lower initial costs and is easier to scale up or down based on the requirement.  

      4. Cloud Services  

Although vastly similar to the previous SaaS model, this offers extended benefits of various operational services such as clinical data analytics, seamless sharing with other entities in the cloud network, business intelligence, and so forth.  

Although the terms EMR and EHR tend to be used interchangeably, there is a marked difference between the two. An EMR (Electronic Medical Record) is a digital version of a patient’s paper-based charts containing the patient’s medical history in one organization. That could be a single clinic, a practice, or a hospital. The patient’s health data doesn’t easily travel out of the organization. EMRs sometimes have to be printed out to be sent over to other specialists or caregivers outside the organization.  

On the other hand, an EHR (Electronic Health Record) can go beyond the confines of the organization that collects and compiles patients’ health data. They are designed to share the data with other providers outside the organization, in addition to testing labs and other diagnostic centers. In other words, an EHR can share clinical data with all medical professionals involved in the patient’s care across multiple organizations. EHRs facilitate better coordination and collaboration of care and are different from EMRs.

EHR is the digital version of a patient’s healthcare chart. It contains all the medical data on the patient. The biggest advantage of EHR is that it provides complete and up-to-date information about a patient’s health at the point of care. Doctors anywhere can access a person’s medical history and make informed decisions regarding treatments. Moreover, EHRs enable providers to share medical data with other providers in addition to diagnostic centers. This means that doctors will have ready access to patients’ data before starting treatments, preventing or minimizing the chances of misdiagnosis or medication errors.  

In addition to the clinical aspects, simplified sharing of patients’ data also facilitates greater efficiency in medical coding and billing activities. To sum up, EHRs reduce paperwork, prevent redundancy in clinical activities, improve compliance, reduce costs, and generally lead to better outcomes for all stakeholders.  

  • Complete, up-to-date medical data on patients at the point of care  
  • Sharing the clinical information with other providers for improved collaboration  
  • Accurate diagnoses and fewer medical errors due to the latest patient health information  
  • Reduction in cost of care due to a reduction in redundant tests, paperwork, and administrative burdens  
  • Improved management of chronic diseases through better care coordination  


The whole process of implementing an EHR requires a significant investment upfront. The hardware, software, network components, IT infrastructure, software subscription, support, and updates require sizeable capital.  

Staff Training  

Training the staff to use an EHR is time-consuming and impacts the day-to-day clinical and administrative operations at a hospital. The Larger the medical organization, the more problems with training the staff. Since training the staff would take a few weeks, it would mean time away from patient care and other workflows.  


Interoperability is the ability of an EHR to share data with other medical applications for clinical and other operations. But integrating an EHR with other healthcare software poses its barriers. These include differing versions, data formats, programming languages, and protocols for developing each application. Integrating them all seamlessly for easy exchange of data is a daunting task.  

Health Data Portability  

EHRs enable physicians to share data with other physicians and specialists and collaborate on care. Not only is this better in terms of patient outcomes, but it is also highly beneficial for managing diseases. With an EHR, a new physician at a different location would get more accurate medical data, making treatments prone to errors. EHR minimizes the chances of diagnostic and clinical errors with complete, up-to-date information on patients.  

Streamlines Care Workflows  

Healthcare involves consultations, admission, tests, scans, diagnosis, and post-treatment care. An EHR platform provides caregivers with complete patient data throughout all the stages of healthcare. This streamlines all the workflows in care, eventually improving patient outcomes.  

Patient Engagement  

EHRs enable patient portals to be integrated with them, allowing patients to view their medical information from anywhere. This goes a long way in educating patients about their conditions and empowers them to be more involved in their care. Good patient engagement has been shown to improve both patient outcomes as well as the experience for the patients.  

Potential For Preventive Care  

Since EHRs provide a consolidated view of patients’ clinical information, it paves the way for analytics to highlight who might be at higher risk of diseases. This enables physicians to take a preventive approach when diseases might be in their early stages and less severe. Such a preventive approach can revolutionize the healthcare industry.  

EMRs are integrated with telehealth applications through specially designed APIs (Application Programming Interfaces). An API is a way for two or more software programs to communicate, like a software interface. An EMR integrated with a telehealth platform through relevant APIs enables the two applications to exchange data. This means that a physician who uses a telehealth platform to deliver care services remotely can access patients’ health data and treat patients better. During a virtual consultation, the provider can view the patient’s health data, test results, previous medications, allergies, immunizations, etc., and have an informed opinion of the patient’s medical situation. This provides a major advantage when an EMR is integrated with a telehealth application.  

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