Radekal Pricing, Features, Reviews & Alternatives

Radekal

Automatic progress note generation for physicians

4.61/5 (9 reviews)

Radekal overview

What is Radekal?

Radekal is an electronic health record (EHR/EMR) solution designed to streamline the process of recording patient examinations and automatically generate history & physical examination (H&P) notes. The system can be used by Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs), medical practices, clinics, and hospitals, and solutions are available for a range of specialties, including Pediatrics, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Chiropractic, and Primary Care.

Radekal is designed to reduce the amount of time required by physicians to carry out and document patient examinations by streamlining the process of entering data. The system uses a range of taps/touches and swipes to mark pertinent positives and negatives, with users also able to add annotations during the exam or once the progress note is created. Swipes can be used to mark multiple fields in the review of system (ROS) or physical exam (PE) as positive or negative, so users only have to manually document any abnormal signs. Drill-down anatomical diagrams allow users to show the location of any symptoms or radiating pain. In-office procedures, diagnoses, and prescriptions can all be added at the end of the examination, and users can set up a ‘hot list’ in the Rx tab for quick access to commonly prescribed medications with prefilled information on the strength, dosage, frequency, interval, and treatment duration.

Radekal automatically generates H&P notes with full information on patient details, chief complaints, history of present illness, review of systems (ROS), Past, Medical, Family, and Social History (PMFSHx), active medications, allergies, physical exam and vital signs, assessment (diagnosis), lab orders, prescriptions, evaluation and management (E&M) codes, and counseling time. Coding is automatic at RAC auditable levels, and the unique progress notes are also designed to withstand RAC audits.
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Pricing

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Markets

United States

Supported languages

English
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Radekal user reviews

Excellent
8

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Tom B.

Billing work horse

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2016-07-18
Review Source: Capterra

I have been using this product for over 5 years and it has never let me down. It is not free or cheap but gets the job done right and fast the first time. I have found the FREE cost's me money and CHEAP is cheap for a reason.

Pros
Easy to learn and use and works every time. Support rarely needed but is there when I need it. Very affordable for what you get!

Cons
Not fancy but works every time.

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Likelihood to recommend: 10/10

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Earl F.

Best of the Bunch

Used daily for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2016-06-20
Review Source: Capterra

I have seen100's of EHR's and used many. I was amazed when I saw Radekal. It is a great example of an EHR/Productivity Technology Tool. With more than 4,000 drill down anatomic diagrams linked to diagnostic algorithms, this leads the provider and engages the patients through an expedited clinical encounter. It markedly speeds up the clinical visit easily by 30%, has the visit fully documented, and is coded at the highest audit proof levels in real time, ready for me to sign off. This allows me to concentrate on the patient, see and spend more time with the patients, and not have my head buried in a computer.

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Likelihood to recommend: 10/10

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Blake P.

Very disappointing sales and customer service experience

Used occasionally for less than 6 months
Reviewed 2018-04-27
Review Source: Software Advice

After two demos in which we were assured that Radekal was a Mac-compatible offering, we requested access to a trial run through, which was not feasible by Radekal's business model. We foolishly moved forward on the set-up and first month's charges, only then to discover that the Mac-compatibility is through a Windows operating system from a remote desktop. We needed a seamless solution from PM to billing, and this simply wasn't it.

Pros
Data-driven product development Team seems enthusiastic about constant product improvement Nothing else to report as we never got to experience the product, though we paid for an un-refunded, full set up

Cons
It's really not a seamless integration from PM to billing and claims; although it's billed as a Mac-compatible offering, the PM is only accessible via a Windows operating system, which unfortunately was not really explained to us until after we had paid for initial set up and first month.

Response from Robert


The review and scoring should be read with the understanding that this client never used the product. The clinic never used Radekal in a clinical setting despite signing an agreement and having the company doing a costly and customized set-up. The clinic’s cloud account was live and ready for over one month.

This client changed its mind after 5 separate demos, having all? S answered over a 6 month period and then signing a month to month agreement. Despite being given numerous options to have offsite staff remotely access the scheduling module, the client chose not to utilize any of them. This has never been an issue with the product and any other client. Pertexa was fully supportive of this client’s decision . The company terminated the monthly contract immediately but since there was not a valid technical reason no refund was offered.

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Lexy L.

Our clients love the easy of use of Radekal EHR , they all say it makes them more Productive

Used daily for 6-12 months
Reviewed 2017-07-17
Review Source: Capterra

call my clients are very intrigued and in love with the simple system that saves time and money

Pros
Easy to learn and The support is very handy. The one page training manual was a brilliant touch,I was maneuvering through the system easier then my new iPhone lol.

Cons
It is not cheap but clients say it does more than me pay for it self !!! Our clients also say they were hesitant to switch over because fear of cost but once it was installed it's save time and paid for itself over and over

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Likelihood to recommend: 10/10

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Robert G.

The Product the Industry has been Looking For

Reviewed 2016-06-20
Review Source: Capterra

I was on my 3rd EMR and I hated all of them, I was asked to see Radekal by my wife. The moment I saw it, I could see the productivity gains immediately - this is amazing! I have a passion for rural health and could see how this adopted into telemedicine could change the way we bring greater medical access and care to the rural communities. An excellent product and now with RoboRITA, their telemedicine offering, the combination is just what the industry has been crying out for.

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Radekal pricing

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2 month free trial available.

$2497 one-time, per provider, or $477 per month, per provider.

Radekal features

Appointment Scheduling
Billing & Invoicing
Charting
Claims Management
Compliance Management
E-Prescribing
HIPAA Compliant
Medical Billing
Multi-Location
Patient Records Management
Scheduling
Self Service Portal

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Document Management (212 other apps)
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Reminders (258 other apps)
Reporting & Statistics (275 other apps)
Workflow Management (195 other apps)

Additional information for Radekal

Key features of Radekal

  • Track and manage non-adherence to policies in a service, product, process, or supplier behavior
  • Plan availability and assign specific time slots for tasks and resources
  • Create tests or questionnaires
  • Sign a document within the system
  • Tools that intelligently provide relevant information, at specific times, that could affect patient care (i.e. allergies)
  • Checking eligibility of patients for different insurance claims.
  • Track and organize physician schedules and pertinent information
  • Book appointments via calendar
  • Track and organize on-call shifts
  • An electronic record of patients, clinical documentation, created and stored digitally
  • Manage physician availability and schedules
  • Create and securely store patient records
  • Process of submitting and following up on claims with insurance companies
  • Supports practices with multiple healthcare professionals
  • Enter, store, and transmit orders tests and other services, while the system checks for errors and transmits orders electronically
  • Gateway through which end users can access the system
  • Consolidate all patient clinical and billing information in one place
  • Schedule repeating appointments based on a duration of time
  • Compliant with HIPAA, which sets standards for sensitive patient data protection
  • Create and manage monetary interactions between parties (i.e. bills and invoices)
  • Book and manage patient appointments and follow-ups
  • Recognize/detect varying frequencies in a person¿s voice to identify/verify "who" is speaking
  • Manage the treatment plan and coordination between care providers and patients with special health care needs
  • Certified for health IT
  • Automatically generates E/M codes based on information collected during patient charting
  • Patients can register for appointments in advance online
  • Record of all transactions, including information on purchase orders, purchases, payments, etc.
  • Business with more than one location/store
  • Adheres to meaningful use standards
  • Process of moving and separately storing data that is not actively used or continuous storage of data for compliance purposes
  • Database of phrases that are frequently used or insinuated
  • Track and manage faculty/staff information and schedules
  • Track and report regulatory data to either internal management or external stakeholders
  • Electronic prescribing of a medical prescriptions
  • Access client's system information, including hardware and software configuration, to perform diagnostics
  • Manage billing and payments for a healthcare provider
  • Assemble applications and processes by dragging over and arranging pre-built components
  • A website and login where patients can access information such as health care records, treatment plants, etc.
  • Process and analyze human language in text or audio form
  • Track and monitor patient no-show rates
  • Encryption secures data associated with a signed document and helps verify the authenticity of a signed record
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Benefits

Users can complete the physical exam documentation with a single tap for a pertinent positive, double tap for a pertinent negative, upwards swipe to mark all parts of the physical exam positive, downwards swipe to mark all parts of the review of systems (ROS) negative, and interactive anatomical diagrams to identify the affected areas.

Annotations can be added during the exam or on the final note, and users can dictate annotations if they are using a tablet device.

Complete history and physical examination (H&P) notes are generated automatically, including all information on patient details, chief complaints, history of present illness, review of systems (ROS), Past, Medical, Family, and Social History (PMFSHx), active medications, allergies, physical exam and vital signs, assessment (diagnosis), lab orders, prescriptions, evaluation and management (E&M) codes, and counseling time.

History and physical examination notes and prescriptions can be signed electronically, and users are automatically alerted before signing if the Medical Decision Making (MDM) section has not been completed.

A ‘hot list’ can be set up to give users easy access to commonly prescribed medications with prefilled information on the strength, dosage, frequency and interval, and duration of treatment.