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Our EMR Support Services
This website provides support for OpenEMR, a free open source solution for Electronic Medical Records, in English and in Spanish.
- We install your Online system for Electronic Medical Records
- Web server and database server rental.
- Options for own domain, own website, own hardware and software.
- Domain certificate for Secure Server, such as https://SecureWebServer.com
- Digital Signatures for Doctors and other sensitive users.
Continue reading “EMR – Remote Management Services”
Anyone can download it, install it and make the modifications to the code that are necessary to adapt the system to the particular needs of a client.
We have developed a system to download printable forms with additional variables to those that come by default. This helps the clinics transition from paper to electronic format. Also we created a score of forms commonly used in external and internal attention.
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Most Occupational Medicine companies perform periodic examinations where doctors record the data in blank paper forms. This practice represents a waste of time, because the doctor must question each patient about old episodes of work accidents and diseases that the company already knows. Employees may also omit important records. And it is known that this type of control is done against the clock, because the labor doctors have little time to review all the employees of a company. The digital clinical history would solve this problem.
The ART in Argentina and other countries are providers of Labour Insurance, covering work accidents and occupational diseases. These ART run periodical checkups of every worker, looking for work-related health problems. These companies are starting to request that the occupational medicine companies inform them in real time about the work accidents and the results of the periodic exams. This also implies to record all the data in a fast way, that both companies agree on the format and on the interconnection norms of both servers. Usually the HL7 standard is used, but this is not implemented in all the digital systems used in our environment. OpenEMR is ideal for this purpose, because it can also be used in a tablet or even a cell phone, whether the system runs in the cloud or in a local server of the company. It is required to program some simple forms for the most common events in each company, and to make an appropriate interface for the connection of the servers.
The business can expand. The ART can propose the use of this system to other occupational medicine companies. Likewise, the adopting labor medicine company can offer the interconnection of servers to other ARTs with which it works.
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The hospitalization system covers the main data registration needs in a hospital or clinic.
The first stage is to create the beds. A bed is always inside a room, in turn within a floor and within an area. The area can be General, Emergency, Surgery, Maternity, Intensive therapy, etc. The beds can be male/female, have TV or Oxygen. Other features can be added upon request. Continue reading “Our Inpatient Module for OpenEMR”
The OpenEMR was originally for outpatients, but many claimed a new feature that allows the monitoring of hospitalizations. We are developing an Inpatient Module, including location, type of bed, floor, room, bed number, additional room , such as TV and oxygen, etc.
The reports include: Free beds – Inpatient days – Standard Inpatient Number – Released patients – Accumulated cost for bed use
Continue reading “Inpatient module for OpenEMR – Ongoing project”
In order to record X rays a Pacs – Dicom server is usually needed. A demo for a DICOM reader is located at: http://medical-records.net/dicom3/
This is a tomography (X Ray in multiple layers), and can be enlarged, reduced, brightened, darkened, and moved around.
This is quite a complex issue, the readers usually work together with PACS servers. PACS mean: picture archiving and communication system. They provide security, compression, backup, instant communication (the radiologist notifies the clinician about the imagen availability), etc. There is also a wide price margin, from free to multimillion dollar figures.
There are many options for advanced users, and they can be installed gradually by end user request. We always suggest separate servers for systems and data, because images are very demanding in terms of gigabytes.
Ask us about PACS server installation in your site or ours.
I want it to be easy to find providers by Specialty, so that the patient who looks for a Pediatrician finds it right away.
A.: It is not foreseen. You can put the specialty after the surname, in the function of Administrator – Users. For example, Dr. Blanca Pérez Pediatra.
Q.: I want to see an example of Provider schedule (doctors)
A.: In the Medical-records.net system I created Dr. Blanca Pérez Pediatra, who works on Thursday, all day (light blue). See the Calendar. Continue reading “Some FAQs for advanced features”
This issue always arises in medical areas, especially hospitals. Sometimes, the possible unfavorable legal implications of computerization are an excuse for not computerizing, although increasingly weaker. Sometimes the subject highlights the inadequacy of the current legislation, still several decades behind reality.
For example, at a recent symposium in the Italian Hospital of Buenos Aires, a doctor from this advanced pioneer center in Medical Informatics, complained that as a result of a court case, a lawyer asked to seize the patient’s medical history, for which the judge wanted to take a complete server from the Data Center of the Hospital. This, regardless of the damage caused to the tens of thousands of patients whose stories resided on that same server.
Continue reading “Legal value of the Electronic Medical Record (Argentina)”
There is growing enthusiasm in the United States about the use of electronic medical records (EMR) in patients. Important sums of money have been allocated to subsidize the adoption of this technology by physicians. The magazine Family Medicine highlights in an article both the promises and the disadvantages of this technology. Continue reading “How EMRs improve medical attention by health personnel”