Overview

SoftEMR Pro is a single user, intelligent Psychiatric electronic medical record for mental health professionals. It is a user friendly EMR that provides outcome analysis. This is a unique app for practice of measurement based cost effective care. If you want to know the efficacy of drugs, comparison of different drugs, patient progress with numerical scores and cost of prescriptions then this is the EMR for you. Version 3.6

Read More

Video

    -->





Features

    • Password protection
    • Customize your reports with your practice name and logo
    • Easy entry of progress notes and history
    • Ability to view a record and enter information in another record at the same time
    • Mental Status, diagnosis, prescriptions built in
    • Use DSM IV or DSM V codes, ICD 9 & 10 Codes
    • Lock records
    • Built in treatment plans
    • Reminders to sign treatment plan and lock records
    • All tables can be customized by the user
    • Record Protocol Level
    • Save attachments
    • Print and preview records
    • Reports:
      • Prescription cost and average prescription cost
      • Assess patient progress over time with numerical scores
      • Comparative efficacy:compare 1 drug and 3 drugs
      • Overweight+ Antipsychotic report
      • Multiple medications same class report
      • Substance abuse + benzos report
      • Current and All prescriptions
      • Billing Report

Unique features

  • Ability to view a record and enter information in another record at the same time
  • Mental Status with DropDowns
  • Record Protocol Level
  • Save attachments
  • Prescription cost and average prescription cost
  • Assess patient progress over time with numerical scores
  • Comparative efficacy:compare 1 drug and 3 drugs
  • Overweight+ Antipsychotic report
  • Multiple medications same class report
  • Substance abuse + benzos report
  • Current and All prescriptions

Available on: Mac OS X 10.7,10.8,10.9,10.10,10.11,10.12 and Windows 10,8,7


HIPAA compliance

There are two HIPAA rules requirements; privacy (2003) and security (2005). Both rules require:
-Identifying possible threats,
-Assessing specific vulnerabilities,
-Determining appropriate and reasonable safeguards and
-Implementing the necessary defense mechanisms and policies

 

Using an EMR (electronic medical record) has no absolute right and wrongs in either computer equipment or software for HIPAA compliance. Usually there are four areas to examine:

-Physical Security – can your computers with patient data be stolen?
-User Security - can anybody log on to the patient database?
-System Security – what happens on a hard drive crash?
-Network Security – can unauthorized persons outside your facility access patient data?

Using paper medical records begs similar questions:

-Physical Security – how secure are the files from fire and theft?
-User Security - what access controls and logging is there?
-System Security – what happens in a fire or flood?
-Storage Access – are the files in a locked, secure area?

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/156737