Electronic Medical Record
Hardware & Network
Med-Center features multi-platform client/server capability to give access to patient information throughout the practice network. For small physician offices, Med-Center also comes in a single user version that can be upgraded to the client/server version when the practice grows. Both Macintosh and Windows platforms are supported independently or in a mixed environment.
The hardware specifications listed below represent the minimum recommended capability of the server and client workstations. Other lessor configurations may function with acceptable performance depending on use.
Windows or Macintosh Server - Windows 2000, XP, Vista or Macintosh OSX 10.2.8 or later (both PowerPC & Intel processors), Processor Speed >2 GHz, >5 GB Hard Disk, >1 GB Ram, 15" Color Monitor, Wireless or Ethernet.
Macintosh OSX Client - Macintosh OSX 10.2.8 or later (both PowerPC & Intel processors), Processor Speed >1 GHz, 1 GB Hard Disk (minimum), 512 MB Ram (minimum), 17" Color Monitor, Wireless or Ethernet.
Windows Client - Pentium based, desktop PC, Windows 2000, XP, or Vista operating system, Processor Speed >1 GHz, 1 GB Hard Disk (minimum), 512 MB Ram (minimum), 17" Color Monitor, Wireless or Ethernet.
Tablet PC Client - Pentium based, Tablet PC with XP operating system, 1 GB Hard Disk (minimum), 512 MB Ram (minimum), Wireless or Ethernet.
LANs, WANs, & Firewalls - Standard network Local Area Networks and Wide Area Networks can be constructed using 100/1000 BASE-T Ethernet cabling, hubs, routers, and other network devices. For wireless networks, it is recommended that encryption be enabled and that the faster 54Mbps 802.11g devices be used. For connections to the internet, a firewall is recommended for security.
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