What It Does
- Implement a private cloud-based system that maintains basic information about:
- Health care workers, patients
- Office/Home visits, appointments, medications prescribed
- Each of these “objects” can have files attached to them (scanned documents, test results, Internet references, etc.) and all components are fully integrated and share a common database store.
- Add business rules to check entered data against quality standards so that data from the central data store can be aggregated for usable statistics.
- Implement an online training library (pre-recorded) and syndication with existing medical libraries.
- Appointment reminders, medication reminders
- ID cards (printed regionally, used to streamline data entry and eliminate errors)
- Information about patient payments
- Directory of advisors with appointment setting capability
The first screen capture is from our Veracity – Health Care demonstration system. Although the data is simulated, it provides a view of what some of the interface pages look like.
Things that can be changed easily are:
- Language: each user can choose his or her own language for the interface. While it will not translate any data, all of the labels and other instructions on the site are translated.
- Look and Feel: the appearance of the site (colors, fonts, the styling of controls, etc.) can be changed by the customer to match their standard web site appearance.
- Database Contents: adding new fields, changing the sizes of those fields, and removing fields are all a simple matter for an administrator with sufficient permissions. If a paper-based or other system is already in place, the flow and appearance data entry on the screen can follow existing formats. This will speed the transition and reduce the amount of training required for end users.
The data in the database is stored in the language (alphabet) that is selected for the user who enters the information. This is an example of the same page when the user has selected “Arabic” as his or her interface language:
Adding new languages to the interface is a simple process, requiring the assistance of someone fluent in the target language and entering the new translations into a database table.