Our Inpatient Module for OpenEMR

Inpatient Module

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”

Inpatient module for OpenEMR – Ongoing project

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

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Health Insurance FAQ

How are the health insurance providers already admitted published?

First of all, each country has a different health system and denomination, but the most common is Health Insurance. In Argentina there are Obras Sociales (obligatory for all workers) or Prepaid Insurance o Prepagas (of voluntary affiliation). In Administration – Practice – Health insurance companies there is an editable list. Continue reading “Health Insurance FAQ”

PowerPoint presentations explaining how to use OpenEMR

We made PowerPoint presentations showing OpenEMR features. They are still in Spanish only. See:

OpenEMR.com.ar/pp

Part 1: Find and create patients. 2 mb Presentation 1
Part 2: enter patient data. 4 mb Presentation 2
Part 3: Calendar. Appointments. 4,2 mb Presentation 3
Part 4: Coding. Accounting.  6,7 mb Presentation 4
Part 5: Administration. 6,8 mb. Presentation 5
Part 6: Pain map.  0,4 mb.  Presentation 6
Part 7: Incidences.  0,4 mb.  Presentation 7
Part 8: Inpatients.  0,4 mb.  Presentation 8
Part 9: Coding.  0,4 mb.  Presentation 9
In YouTube: OpenEmr