It started more than 15 years ago with a simple observation: physicians need an easier way to access and work with patient information. Long before the popularization of electronic health records and the advent of Meaningful Use incentives, PatientKeeper was a pioneer, offering physicians a single view of their patients’ information, integrated from multiple systems across a hospital, and easily accessible on computers and mobile devices.
Since then, PatientKeeper has become a leading provider of healthcare applications for physicians, with:
- more than 60,000 active physician users at community hospitals, academic medical centers and other provider organizations;
- applications for CPOE, charge capture, med rec, documentation, and an award-winning physician portal;
- a native mobile app for iPhone, iPad and Android devices that lets physicians access and act on information, anytime, anywhere; and
- a unique “overlay” architecture that integrates with a hospital’s current systems and preserves an organization's existing IT investment.
Now PatientKeeper is raising the bar again, developing a healthcare IT innovation platform that will advance the use of computers by physicians and care teams, and make them indispensable tools for 21st century clinical care.
PatientKeeper CEO Paul Brient (right) presents the company’s donation of nearly $6,000 to Susan Adler, Associate Director of Corporate & Foundation Relations at Cradles to Crayons, a Massachusetts children's charity, following PatientKeeper's fourth annual community service day there in July 2017.