Every specialist is different, even you and your colleagues working under the same roof, your want your report send differently, and only server your own purpose, plus, it has to be professional looking. Tired copy/paste from the patient’s chart? the data is there why should the physician spent time on what supposed to be automatic?
In the paper age, when a patient was looking to transfer their medical records to another doctor, they had to pay. This was due to the fact that tons of paper had to be transferred. Today in the modern digital age, you might think it is easier, but it isn’t always. Different software are not
Let’s look at this case first: Two weeks ago you booked 40 patients for Tuesday. Today is Tuesday, you get up earlier, drive to your clinic for 8AM, and wait. Only 5 patients show up, so you wait some more. By 5PM you only saw 10 patients. What a miserable day! At 7PM you close
I see so many EMR use ONE user interface for everything, which is easy for development and mainteance from the EMR company, but does this works for the end user? Myself also been trying hard think one solution to resolve everything, in the end I tell myself that one thing can do everything equals one
One day, when I walked into a client’s office in a beautiful building, I noticed that they have 6 different sites located in different cities. I sat down and talked with the office manager about some business when I noticed a girl handing piles of paper into different rooms. “What is she doing?” I asked.