Allergy EHR Provides Configurable Solution For Immunologists

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Allergy and immunology is a medical specialty focusing on the diagnosis and treatment of diseases including asthma, hay fever, hives, eczema and other food allergies. iPatientCare's Allergy EHR has improved efficiency, better security, easily accessible, technical feasibility and reliability. It is a configurable solution that transforms the way immunologists capture, manage and exchange patient's clinical and financial information.

As we know allergy disorders are wide-ranging and it varies from mild to life threatening. Allergists require knowledge of other specialties like respiratory, dermatology, ENT and pediatrics; and therefore require a dependable and reliable software that can provide them with their allergy specific needs in order to improve their practice.

iPatientCare Allergy EHR is a configurable solution designed to improve office workflow and productivity. The ready to use templates configured especially for the focused specialty allows complete customization to match your specialty needs. The architectural beauty and user friendly template sets it apart from any other EHR serving allergy and immunology specialists.

iPatientCare allows you to document patient's allergy shot details that ensures patient safety and improved efficiency. The Allergy shot offers quick documentation of pre- and post-injection and reaction if occurred with present shots. There is prompt validation and warnings for expired vitals that increases patient safety. Also automated patient shot are scheduled with color coded shots histories and there is access to previous skin test with just a click. There are also reminders for future tasks, and documentation of peak flow readings. Can also document local and systematic reactions and any associated symptoms with customizable templates. Auto charge capturing is also included.

iPatientCare provides you a complete customizable Allergy Master Module though they are pre-loaded and ready to use. There is also a Patch Test template that helps to diagnose skin allergies and identify the substances that causing it.

Allergy shots are usually taken care by the clinicians, so it helps viewing the patients both in pre and post-allergy shot windows on the Practice Dashboard.

The Skin Test Template permits you to quickly document skin results and define antigens, allergens and diluents for therapy from a single screen. It also defines custom panels and auto captures functionality for CPT code and number of units in the charge capture. It documents skin tests using scores.

iPatientCare has MidMark Spirometer device interface that permits an easy capturing of spirometer results. It diagnosis test results automatically and gets populated within the patient's chart. It also compares test results to view patient progress from the EHR.

Added to the convenience is Customizable Vial Mix option that gives feasibility to the users to prepare the Allergen-Antigen Vial Mixes based on patients' allergy detection. Vial Mix gives the present dose, mix type, schedule, frequency, expiry date for the vial, and maintenance dose. It also sets a flag as a reminder for the urgent or future tasks and can route internally.

This EHR system enables immunologists to enhance their practice throughout by well-organizing the entire set of operational procedures right from patient scheduling to treatment planning and beyond. Moreover, the system is embedded with all current ICD and CPT codes, allowing immunologists to capture, submit and track charges electronically. iPatientCare goes beyond conventional EHR systems to eliminate the frustration of the physicians today by introducing a new level of clinical and practice management efficiency that dramatically reduces administrative time allowing physicians to focus on the quality of care.

Jessy Browne cherishes writing on varied subjects. He is a versatile writer who recently is affiliated with an Allergy EHR software development company. He is passionate about writing articles on life changing medical issues.

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