Paper and/or Electronic
Paper and/or Electronic
Preference Cards, Costing
Oculi exceeds the functional requirements of doctors wanting a contemporary Electronic Medical Record while simultaneously providing the friendly and tradtional comfort of paper notes. 21st Century functionality is there with digital entry systems for orthoptists and interfaces to diagnostic machines.
Inventory Management is an intuitive yet powerful system that has been specifically engineered for Australian Day Hospitals.
It is very comprehensive, meeting the wish lists of the many hospitals who contributed to its design.
This Business Intelligence module combines surgeon’s preference cards, electronic exception recording in theatre and Microsoft’s Analysis Services to allow you to manage the hospital both as a clinical facility and also as a business. Comprehensive costing and benchmarking are key facets of the system.
Dox is now approved to send and receive your communications with other healthcare providers using the secure messaging standards of the Australian Digital Health Agency (ADHA).
The benefits for your hospital of ADHA’s Secure Messaging include
• The secure exchange of clinical information and documents such as eReferrals and discharge summaries
• Patient data such as pathology results is imported directly into the relevant fields in the patient’s record with notifications issued to associated clinical personnel.
• The reduced use of paper correspondence – electronic messages are automatically assigned to the appropriate staff member for attention and automatically embedded into the Dox electronic medical record.
• Confidential patient correspondence will only be seen by clinical staff (no scanning necessary).
• The system will notify the successful delivery of messages, so you know that messages have been received and decrypted by the intended recipients.
My Health Record
The hospital and its patients can each benefit from the availability in Dox of ‘My Health Record’.
- Meet the mandated requirements of NSQHS Actions 1.17 and 1.18
- The viewing of patient clinical information such as shared health summaries, medications, pathology and diagnostic reports within the patient’s My Health Record. This ability is particularly valuable for admitting nurses and for anaesthetic staff.
- Discharge Summaries are automatically generated and sent using secure communications to referring doctors and to the patient’s ‘My Health Record’.
- The patient’s My Health Record is updated with the hospital’s discharge summary
- The patient’s general practitioner and/or referring doctor automatically receive the patient’s Discharge Summary and associated documents.
Electronic Pathology Results
Dox receives pathology results which have been communicated electronically and will automatically
- Embed the results into the patient’s medical record
- Send an alert to the requesting clinician that the results have been received and are available in their ‘In Tray’ for review
- Continue to alert the referring clinician if they have not reviewed the pathology result
Affordable . Adaptable . Innovative . Reliable
Dox has provided award-winning and patent protected systems for electronic medical records in Australia since 2001.
Today, Dox is the preferred system for electronic medical records in practices and hospitals of all sizes as well as Australia’s corporate day hospital groups and ophthalmology groups.
For hospitals, Dox does those necessary and time demanding functions that billing systems don’t do, such as inventory management, costing, business intelligence using ’Big Data’ , and ‘My Health Record’ integration and script writing assisted by MIMS.
For ophthalmology, Dox Oculi provides a truly universal system that is favoured by doctors who wish to retain the more classical approach to making their notes as well as those who embrace current EMR techniques. Oculi also gives orthoptists contemporary time saving digital entry tools and provides interfaces to all diagnostic instruments that export data or employ DICOM.