SOURCE: Emergisoft


September 30, 2009 12:22 ET

Emergisoft Releases Emergisoft iPhone™ Simulator

ARLINGTON, TX--(Marketwire - September 30, 2009) - Emergisoft is pleased to announce the release of the Emergisoft iPhone™ Simulator, which allows physicians to customize the mobile device for Emergisoft's physician documentation in the emergency department. Emergisoft's offers a comprehensive, complaint-specific physician documentation system that drives emergency department efficiency and productivity.

With the Emergisoft iPhone™ Simulator, critical information can be recorded once and then made accessible online to all medical personnel authorized to edit and view it. Physicians can customize the configurations of the mobile charting interface as well. The simulator eliminates the need for paper forms filing or scanning and increases efficiency and in the Emergency Department. With the mobility and flexibility of the Emergisoft Simulator, the physician can focus more on patient care.

"Mobile technology for physicians is going to help transform the traditional relationships between patients and their health care providers," Jordan Davis, CEO of Emergisoft, said. "The Emergisoft iPhone™ Simulator promotes the importance of patient-physician interaction."

Emergisoft will be at the ACEP Scientific Assembly in Boston, October 5-7. Visit booth #669 for a demonstration of the Emergisoft iPhone ™ Simulator.

About Emergisoft

Emergisoft, founded in 1990, is a leader in Emergency Department Information Systems (EDIS) providing emergency departments a blend of specialized software tools and clinical expertise to help manage workflow and analyze operations. Emergisoft's industry-leading technology and comprehensive feature set enables more efficient team-based care while creating a highly personalized user experience. Learn more about how our suite of healthcare information solutions can assist your organization today at or call 1-800-682-7729.

Contact Information

  • Contact:
    Erin Melson Semprun
    Phone: 817-855-1021