A to Z of PerfectClinic EMR system:
a) Easy installation and instant work.
b) Easy to learn, Gives complete access to patient charts from within the practice through its custom client interface.
c) Ability to open and manipulate multiple patient charts simultaneously.
d) Patient based chart layout. All postings of demographics, encounters, treatment plans, medications and charges are within the patient's file. There is no need to back out to various sections of the EMR program.
e) Charts look and feel very close to real paper charts to which physicians are accustomed.
f) Patient summary section continuously displays the patient's name, age, photograph and other information at the top of every screen.
g) All patient screens (demographic information, historical information and encounters) are one button accessible.
h) Information within a patient file is grouped in blocks containing relevant elements. The same applies to user-defined blocks and sections.
i) Point-and-click templates and drop-down menus available in most of the blocks to minimize data entry time and effort.
j) Problems are documented in a natural and efficient way. There are separate Referral letters can be generated easily and in no time, essential requirement for family medicine and primary care setting.
k) Consultation notes can be created with equal ease, crucial element for specialty-based outpatient settings such as cardiology, urology, neurology or any other specialty for that matter.
l) Excuse letters, patient invoices and other concerned documents can be generated and printed or faxed in minutes.
m) In addition to the above mentioned EMR defined documents, custom reports and letters can be generated. Depending upon the specialty, these documents can be anything from procedure reports to letters of medical necessity etc.
n) Built-in support for prescription refills. Refills can be prepared without even opening the chart.
o) Scanned clinical reports, images and digital faxes all attached directly to a patient's record and organized in folders according to the document type and category.
p) Any number of new folders can be created to better organize documents according to the specialty needs. A cardiologist may, for example, be interested in having a separate folder for keeping ECGs whereas a pulmonary specialist may want to create a folder designated to sleep lab reports.
q) Ability to annotate and add illustrations directly into the HPI, physical examination and procedures sections of a patient's chart.
r) Sophisticated chart retrieval mechanism with over ten search options, including searching by names, phone numbers and birth or visit dates.
s) Scheduling section designed for fast input of appointments of varying lengths, even of a 5-minute duration.
t) Appointments for time slots that are out of the regular hours of a practitioner can be registered.
u) Displays multiple practitioner views to allow optimizing physician and facility resources.
v) Displays monthly views of each practitioner's schedule to allow optimizing his time.
w) Allows searching of upcoming appointments with multiple options.
x) Ability to create any number of specialities that share patient demographics and insurance information but each having its own chart layout, encounters and historical data sections.
y) Ability to export patient data from the EMR to PDF.
z) Protection of patient data from unauthorized access with password log-in requirements, access limitations and audit trail.
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