Follow-up care is just as important if not more so after the initial visit. Nearly every medical facility has experienced or will experience some sort of occurrence related to missed patient follow-up. Our monthly tele-seminars are just another means to better educate medical practices about ways to reduce medical liability and gain better control over these types of concerns
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 15, 2006
With the release of its latest medical software, CareData Patient Tracking Systems Corporation announces the arrival of its cutting edge Electronic Medical Records (EMR) technology. This customized medical software supplies health care providers with an easy way to stay on top of patient care and follow-up needs. CareData helps with compliance while decreasing medical errors and costs. No more lost test results. No more forgotten appointments. No more questions or fears of inadequate patient care. The CareData solution was built to reduce medical liability through its advanced patient follow-up and tracking ability. Unlike other EMRs offered, CareData is customized to be specific to each area of medical specialty. With an integrated EHRS (Electronic Health Records System), patients can begin improving the management of their own health care through intelligent reminders and notifications. Secure communications with physicians, and anytime, anywhere data access bring new life to the standard EMR solution.
In addition, GlobalPatientRecord allows patients to access their own medical records. Each patient can view their medical and family history, up-to-date records of medications and dosages, conditions and tests. This medical software also intelligently reminds the patient of future health care check-ups along with secure messaging between physicians and their patients.
Because the CareData EMR has a built in Electronic Health Record for patients, an average savings of $20 per patient visit can be expected due to reduced documentation time, human error and gains in efficiency. These advances create higher patient satisfaction and better managed records as well as overall improved patient care. Patients experience greater engagement and a lessened sense of wasted time and frustration while waiting for appointments. Instead of filling out paperwork, their chart is up-to-date with pre-filled, accurate information shared electronically with the provider. During and after the visit, physicians and patients have better means to communicate with each other on matters such as requesting an appointment, background or survey information, asking and receiving answers to questions about the visit, and notification of findings from previous visits.
“Follow-up care is just as important if not more so after the initial visit. Nearly every medical facility has experienced or will experience some sort of occurrence related to missed patient follow-up. Our monthly tele-seminars are just another means to better educate medical practices about ways to reduce medical liability and gain better control over these types of concerns,” explains CEO Selene B. Kepila of CareData Patient Tracking Systems Corporation. The CareData Solution helps health care providers and patients gain better control and ability to manage their health care.
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Selene B. Kepila