Ras has been specifically tailored to healthcare workflows so you can increase revenue, expedite payments and reduce costs while maintaining the integrity of all security and privacy mandates. With that in mind, Ras can become an important element in the success of a broader electronic medical record (EMR) solution.


Ras is proven to work with all major applications, independent of hardware, operating systems, databases or system architecture. It captures, compresses and archives data from any application – regardless of data source – into a secure, searchable database.

Below is a chart that will help you easily identify how Ras addresses major issues within the healthcare industry. Just click on the area of interest to reveal how Ras addresses specific needs. Of course, should you have any questions or require further clarification of how Ras will benefit your organization please Contact Us.




How It Works

Document& Data Archive Ras Ras can store your corporate content, with all systems/formats managed from a single healthcare document management platform.
Corporate Form Management eForms Store form standards in one electronic form library. Access forms on-demand or based on your own custom automation rules!
Paperless Registration ElectronicPatient Folders Eliminate paper forms at registration.  Scan documents instead of photocopying.  Integrate any image or completed form with your existing EHR solution.
Secure Access to Corporate Intelligence Document Management Provide access to documents or reports created by any IT platform based upon user role. Access is provided via a secure web-based platform and is compliant with HIPAA standards.
ICD-10 Elecronic Patient Folders Provide clinical documentation to remote coders via a secure web-based platform.
Reporting Standardization Ras Eliminate visual review of system output.  Automate alerts and emails based on custom data and corporate triggers.
Eliminating Image Silos Ras API Store all images in one system – while keeping images accessible from any IT platform and via the Ras API.