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It is extremely difficult for Doctors to have patients follow up visit details entered into the EMR due to the limited time available to see a patient, especially in public funded hospitals. Typically …

It is extremely difficult for Doctors to have patients follow up visit details entered into the EMR due to the limited time available to see a patient, especially in public funded hospitals. Typically a doctor spends less than 2 minutes on a patient, during which time he has to listen to patients complaints, formulate a diagnosis & treatment plan and write down the notes in the patients clinic card as well as in the hospital record (EMR etc). It is precisely for this reason that computerisation of clinics has been cursory at best. By innovative use of Samsung tablet (with stylus) and intuitive software, it is now possible for clinicians to see the scheduled appointments for the day, individual patients previous hospital records, take clinical photographs & videos with built in camera, see PACS images & lab reports, write notes & prescription on the tablet using the stylus and get print out of the ‘handwritten’ notes for the patient- all from the convenience of a single device. This has the potential to revolutionize delivery of services in clinics all over India

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  • 1. IT Innovation @ Trauma Centre ClinicsDr Deepak AgrawalHead, ITJPNATC Trauma Centre, AIIMSNew Delhi
  • 2. BACKGROUND• Computerisation of clinicsin public funded(Government) hospitals hasbeen cursory at best.
  • 3. Background• Typically a doctor spends less than 2 minuteson a patient, during which time he has tolisten to patients complaints, formulate adiagnosis & treatment plan and write downthe notes in the patients clinic card as well asin the hospital record (EMR etc).
  • 4. CLINICIANS WISHLIST FOR CLINICS• See Scheduled Appointments• Look up previous visits, labs, PACS images• Avoid typing• Take Clinical photographs, store with patientsrecord & retrieve at leisure• Do all this in less than 60 seconds!
  • 5. Solution Provider:Automated Tablet basedClinic(OPD) withmessaging system andweb portalhttp://aiims.mcura.comanywhere anytime access for doctors
  • 6. 1. Patient calls call centre for appointment 2. Call centre checks Dr. schedule andallocates a slot to patientAppointmentdetails3. mCURA platform showsappointment list to doctor whendoctor logs in the tablet app4. Doctor retrieves patient record andadds advice/take pics/ reviewsradiology images and assign next visittime5. Reminder sent to patient mobile72 hrs – 48 hrs to fix appointment forreview
  • 7. •Appointment schedule and sms based tokennumber messaging•OPD Notes that includes Patient’s wound pictures•Integrated PACS where Dr. can mark theircomments on a specific image slice•Drug index access so to select drugs and reviewother attributes of drugs formula•OPD notes on their own handwriting using stylus•Next visit entry and sms reminder to patient’smobile
  • 8. Case Video