Electronic Medical Records—comprehensively with data integrity
Dox Charts uniquely doesn’t just hold medical records; it manages their generation, their use in the clinical workflow and their integrity. A good medical defence starts with a good medical record and Dox ensures just that. Dox automatically generates the forms that your practices and policies require for each specific admission. If they are paper forms it automatically prints them, automatically scans them after discharge and then confirms the integrity of the entire record. If they are electronic forms they are automatically generated and placed in the workflow ready for use by staff using office PCs or touch screen tablets.
Paper or electronic forms, or both together, whatever best suits.
Don’t store paper—reclaim storage areas for other purposes
Fully standards compliant including NSQHS v2
Integrated with all popular billing systems
Boost efficiency and reduce labour costs while guaranteeing the integrity of the medial record
Track patients along the clinical pathway; know where they are and for how long. ‘Analysis’ can pinpoint bottlenecks and help you overcome them.
Ophthalmology Medical Records
Oculi allows different doctors in the same practice to record their notes using the method that suits them; either classical paper or contemporary electronic forms. Both forms of doctor notes are carried alongside one another in the patient’s medical record.
Diagnostic data entered by orthoptists is entered elctronically – that’s the most efficient method and it allows for a rich and varied presentation of the patient’s medical histry, trends and responses to clinical intervention. Data from diagnostic instruments is acquired electronically without operator effort for most machines.
It all makes a seamless electronic medical record.
Individual doctors use the system in their own way – Oculi is effective and efficient for both clinical and administration staff.
Oculi provides special functionality for orthoptists and administration staff throughout the system. The efficiency of the whole practice benefits from Oculi’s comprehensive approach to management of a modern ophthalmology practice.
Quality and audit data are automatically collated for benchmarking. Refractive data, calculations, forecast outcomes, etc. are all captured and finessed consistent with EUREQUO methodology.
Oculi supports multi location practices; your patients can present at any location with clinical staff having full access to the complete medical record including diagnostic images and reports.
Integration with Dox Hospital Records is seamless which boosts efficiency and promtes data integrity.
Inventory Management & Purchasing designed for Australian Hospitals
Unlike others, this system is aware that hospital inventory items are purchased in multiples, con-sumed individually, stored in multiple locations, have alternatives from other manufacturers and can be sourced from several vendors. It then adds to that impressive capability by being very nurse friendly in its operation while still providing the rigour and integration flexibility expected by adminis-
Multiple vendors, alternative items, multi-location stock
Many ways to automate purchasing and stocktakes
Special handling for prostheses, serialised items, batch (date) control and consignment stock
Financial integration with general ledger journals and comprehensive reporting
Integration with Preference Cards and Theatre Costing
Preference Cards, Costing and Business Intelligence for Australian Day Hospitals
Dox ‘Analysis’ provides easily accessed current and comprehensive information so you can manage the business of your hospital using fact and not assumption or industry averages. If you know facts such as the profit per minute of theatre time for a specialty, type of procedure or surgeon, then you can make and justify appropriate management decisions. Dox ‘Analysis’ gives that sort of valuable information in a very easy to use way, and will generate comprehensive and meaningful reports automatically for the board and investors.
Nurses only record exceptions to the surgeon’s normal practice so the impact in theatre is as small as possible; most cases require no nursing effort at all.
Costing includes direct costs such as inventory and labour but can also include automatically apportion indirect costs such as rent, admin wages, insurances, and equipment amortisation.
You will know more than the health fund, factually, when you next negotiate a contract.
Conversations with doctors are so much easier when you are discussing facts rather than anecdotes
Integration with Inventory helps automate purchasing and ensure that forecast demand can be met.