The data mining module in SmartEMR allows users to inspect pre-existing databases and extract data in a structured manner, making it easier to perform statistical analysis and research.
The purpose of these filters is to ensure that sensitive or age-inappropriate information is not accessible to those who should not have access to it. However, it’s important to consider ethical and privacy implications of such filters and ensure that they are applied fairly and transparently.
This database can be integrated into healthcare software to help healthcare professionals manage and keep track of patient medications, reducing the risk of errors and adverse reactions. The database can be used to check for drug interactions, duplications, allergies, and provide information on medical conditions related to the use of a particular medication.
The information is encoded, allowing the software to quickly highlight potential problems, such as prescribing a similar drug that could cause an allergic reaction. The allergies are classified into different categories, including drugs, food, pollen, and others, making it easier for the software to provide relevant information.
It involves a systematic examination of various body systems through various techniques such as clicking radio buttons and checkboxes, free text input, and attaching files or pictures. The positive and negative findings of the examination can be recorded, interpreted and used to guide the diagnosis, assessment, and treatment plan.
By using preset checkboxes, the software can quickly generate the corresponding codes for a patient’s medical history, making it easier for healthcare providers to accurately document and track their patient’s health history.
It can be used in a variety of settings, including medical settings to document history taking, physical examination, assessment and plans management, operative reports, pathology reports, and investigational test results. Text reports can be typed as free text or using editable text templates, and they are used to communicate and document information in a clear and organized manner.
They allow users to attach and save documents from outpatient visits or physical copies. The EMR system is capable of including all text-based information from physical medical records.