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General Client Information

Pronto stores a complete set of demographic information in the chart folder that allows the complete elimination of paper-based charting in most instances.

  • Insurance payer information
  • Personal/social history
  • Family medical history
  • Medication list with tracking of medication changes
  • Prescription list with electronic prescription generation
  • Allergy list (includes both positive and negative allergies)
  • Medical problem list with Problem Tracking™
  • List of medical/surgical interventions
  • List of prior visit encounters
  • Tracking of clinical data with graphics
  • Visit (encounter) reports
  • Library of non-Pronto documents and images (referral letters, lab test results, ECGs, etc.)
  • HIPPA attestation database
  • Data tables database
  • Scratch-list (Post-It like note pad) within each client record
  • Client alerts database (alerts users for items like ORSA positive, VRE positive, etc)
  • Action tags database for inter- and intra-user communication
  • Schedule comments database for inter-user communication on service area-wide daily issue

Pronto reports satisfy both the specialist and the general practitioner by combining standardized and user defined text and presentation styles. Point-of-Service Reporting™ is now a reality. Most final reports can be printed and in the chart before the patient leaves the examination room.

Instant Reports are possible using the Auto-Diagnosis™ interpreter of the clinical data and Auto-Text™ phrase generator. Robust, standard or summary report text is created instantly by Pronto according to the user’s preference.

Tables may be imbedded in the report using pre-defined user formats or created on the fly at the time of report generation.

Graphics may be imbedded in the report using pre-defined or user created images at the time of report generation.

Any number of secondary letters may be attached to the main visit report or client record. Examples include summary letters to referring physicians, letters to the patient and letters to third party payers, etc.

Patient reports are created by incorporating client information into the report (medication lists, problem lists, etc.) or by using specialized data entry screens (worksheets). The worksheets encourage users to participate in capturing clinical variables by combining Auto-Diagnosis™ smart data interpretation and Auto-Text™ phrase generation to create all or almost all of the report text. Most procedure reports can be created with little or no text entry by physicians (e.g.: echo, cardiac catheterization, EPS testing, stress testing and nuclear reports) and clinical patient evaluation reports are nearly as easy. The E & M Coding Calculator™ suggests the highest allowable billing codes and helps insure billing accuracy when clinical evaluation and management reports are generated.

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