Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of BluePrint/EmergencyMedicalRecords/Prjct


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12/03/13 06:35:33 (8 years ago)
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    40 Dr. Ben Cartwright, Chief of Surgery, for the United States Air Forces, is intrigued by the Emergency Medical Records Management System. He loves the Communications Module of the software. Dr. Cartwright states,"Being able to video-conference, tweet, and email colleagues is extremely vital to him." If the video-conference is generated by using a patient's barcode, all records are automatically uploaded to the patient's electronic medical record. He no longer has to worry about transcribing physician's notes, when he can scan the patient's barcode and use the microphone on his smart phone. Once he ends the recording, the transcribed notes are placed into the patient's medical record. Through real-time technologies Dr. Ben Cartwright has the most current information concerning patient care. Dr. Cartwright believes that he is armed the necessary tools he needs in order to make the most informed decisions regarding patient care.
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     41Dr. Ben Cartwright, Chief of Surgery, for the United States Air Force, is intrigued by the Emergency Medical Records Management System. He loves the Communications Module of the software. Dr. Cartwright states,"Being able to video-conference, tweet, and email colleagues is extremely vital to him." If the video-conference is generated by using a patient's barcode, all records are automatically uploaded to the patient's electronic medical record. He no longer has to worry about transcribing physician's notes, when he can scan the patient's barcode and use the microphone on his smart phone. Once he ends the recording, the transcribed notes are placed into the patient's medical record. Through real-time technologies Dr. Ben Cartwright has the most current information concerning patient care. Dr. Cartwright believes that he is armed the necessary tools he needs in order to make the most informed decisions regarding patient care.
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    4245Rosa Lee Farquire, Director of Human Resources for We Are the World Global Foundation is captivated by the Reports Module of the Emergency Medical Records Management Software. She has the ability to access an array of reports in just a few quick touches of her tablet. Through the use of Air Print technologies she can send queried reports to any printer wirelessly. Mrs. Farquire can easily track the number of hours each healthcare professional works through the use of daily and weekly logs. Mrs. Farquire and her staff can schedule relief personnel by sending a tweet. Statistical data can be queried detailing how many patients were seen on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. Based on the number of patients seen, how many of them were considered green (acute) level patients, blue (sub-acute) level patients, or red (chronic) level patients. Likewise, supply inventory reports can be queried to insure that shelves remain stocked. A queried roster of all of the surviving patients seen can be forwarded to the Red Cross so they can be placed on the Safe and Well List.  In addition, a roster can be forwarded to the Red Cross of the patients who didn’t survive, so their families can notified. If Mrs. Farquire was in charge of the decision making process our Emergency Medical Records Management Software would be the only software used in a natural disaster.