The most advanced EHR delivered in the cloud

The iCare Enterprise Cloud EHR is an integrated system which includes the full range of administrative, clinical and revenue cycle management capabilities.

Focus on patient care, not software.

Finally, an Electronic Health Record system for hospitals, clinics, and practices that is flexible enough to change as healthcare evolves yet doesn’t cost a fortune to implement and operate.


iCare provides full administrative capabilities for healtcare providers of any size and complexity. from pre-admission to claim submission, iCare covers the entire patient journey.


Streamline workflows and enhance clinical decision-making with iCare’s intuitive navigation, customizable templates, and real-time data integration.

Revenue Cycle

iCare Revenue Cycle Management is seamlessly integrated with the clinical systems and automates key tasks, so you can focus on patient care and maximize reimbursement and collections.

A Fully Integrated Care Platform

Our fully configurable system adapts to your evolving needs, empowering you to personalize medicine and treatments based on individual patient characteristics. And with our integrated Big Data capabilities, iCare revolutionizes the Health IT industry, bridging the gap between data utilization and healthcare delivery. Trust iCare to transform the way you manage healthcare, today and tomorrow..

Built to Scale Infinitely

iCare is the only cloud based EHR that can scale from the smallest sole practitioner practice to the largest acute healthcare system. For both ambulatory and acute care use, iCare is easy to use in all settings, yet powerful enough to handle the most demanding requirements.

The EHR that Makes Your Life Easier

The iCare EHR is easy to acquire with simple pricing, easy to set up with easy implementation, and most importantly, iCare is easy to use. Make your life easier – with iCare.

"iCare is friendly, attractive, and the visual language is intuitive and easy to navigate. iCare does what it promises, without fuss."

– Physician User

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An electronic health record EHR: is systematic collection of electronic health information about individual patients or populations. It is a record in digital format that is capable of being shared across different health care settings or facilities. iCare allows sharing of data to occur by utilizing a secure “cloud” architecture that enables on-demand enterprise-wide information systems and other information networks or exchanges to call on real time data. EHRs include a range of data, including demographics, medical history, medication and allergies, immunization status, laboratory test results, radiology images, vital signs, personal stats like age and weight, and more.

EHR, EMR, EPR: The terms EHR, EPR (electronic patient record) and EMR (electronic medical record) are often used interchangeably, although differences between them can be defined. The EMR can, for example, be defined as the patient record created in hospitals and ambulatory environments, and which can serve as a data source for the EHR. It is important to note that an EHR is generated and maintained within an institution, such as a hospital, integrated delivery network, clinic, or physician office, to give patients, physicians and other health care providers, employers, and payers or insurers access to a patient’s medical records across facilities..


AI in EHR or Artificial Intelligence in Electronic Health Record software includes a broad set of capabilities which allow computer systems to understand verbose prompts from users, use machine learning and reasoning to respond with results which can include information or work

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It ‘s clear that cloud-based software is here to stay. Computer application usage is becoming a utility, similar to electricity and with computer networks having finally caught-up with computer processors, it’s easier and cheaper than ever to securely move systems to the cloud without sacrificing speed or functionality. So why is the Healthcare sector, taking the opposite approach? Hospitals are spending hundreds of millions of dollars to “upgrade” IT infrastructure in order to cash-in on government incentives and insure full Medicare and Medicaid reimbursements. But, are they really upgrading?

The answer is a resounding no. Overspending on decades-old architecture and deploying with an “installed” or “hosted” model where the hospital or vendor maintains hardware and software is something that corporate America is simply not doing anymore. Hosted software, while it alleviates the need for the hospital to maintain the infrastructure, does not solve the fundamental problem. “Installed” and “Hosted” software is inflexible and actually creates a negative value gap.

Over time, the gap between the Electronic Health Record and the actual hospital requirements is growing and the hospital receives less and less value from the EHR investment. Think Meaningful Use, Promoting Interoperability, HIPAA, IDC-9 & 10. Changing emphasis on syndromic surveillance, contact tracing, artificial intelligence (AI), and other advanced technologies surpass the capabilities of legacy systems based on older client-server architectures. This is why applications get replaced or sunset – because they no longer meet your needs.

Cloud-based products like iCare have solved this issue by offering a fully configurable application that changes with customer needs. How? Because we give our customers the ability to change the product without costly services. This is only possible with a true cloud, multi-tenant product. Most importantly, true cloud-based software is always up to date. There is never a need to take the system down to apply updates. iCare is always current and always online – something no other EHR can claim.

Big Data
The future of healthcare requires all organizations have the ability to consume and process large amounts of structured and unstructured data to personalize medicine and treatments based on individual patient characteristics. Rapid ad-hoc application development is now a necessity but traditional systems can’t accommodate such capabilities without expensive and problematic third-party applications.

Solutions from legacy EHR vendors require a significant capital investment and call for the implementation and integration of multiple IT systems that result in frustrating latency problems and limit real-time capabilities. This has been a significant challenge for healthcare providers, who work with some of the most complex and disconnected data sets of any industry.

The iCare Enterprise Cloud EHR is revolutionizing the Health IT industry with its modern architecture and fully integrated Big Data capabilities. iCare is the only EHR that links both native and disparate sources of structured and unstructured data, including genetic and biomedics feeds, and quickly presents the information visually.

iCare bridges the gap between how data is used and how healthcare is delivered with a single cloud-based solution that meets today’s requirements for promoting interoperability and answers tomorrow’s complex data-centric questions that will increase the value of healthcare.