Figures in MendMD provide an easy to understand, quick access view of patient data tailored to your requirements. Combining disorders, trends and evidence-based treatment recommendations, each segment in a figure can be created to be as specific or general as you require. Combine different segments together to generate multiple figures and easily switch between them to see a more complete picture of the patient's current status.
MendMD's workflow management system is used to organize and optimize patient care from admission to discharge and uses the available patient data to help providers manage their patient flow. The system allows users to create a comprehensive care plan for every patient, which can be accessed by other clinicians in their practice in real-time. This facilitates communication of important clinical details, such as lab results or treatment plans. It also allows users to track the progress of each patient throughout their stay at the hospital, ensuring that patients are receiving appropriate care at all times. Managers in a hospital setting often manage patient workflow—they work to ensure that all patients get the care they need promptly. The MendMD workflow helps those managing the patients as they progress through the process of receiving care.
The MendMD timeline feature allows you to view patient health encounters, blood work, investigations and procedures on a chronological snapshot. You can customize this feature to track information that is relevant to you. Zoom in and out over the patient’s life to view events in more detail or a broader overview.
Dynamic Body Exemplar
The body exemplar displays the major organs of the body and allows data viewing and data entry specific to each organ. In addition, when a patient has one or more disorders that affect an organ, the body exemplar highlights that organ to indicate the condition.
To prescribe, a user simply needs to select the medication or medications that they want to prescribe from a list of options, along with the appropriate dosage and frequency. This can be done easily using our drag and drop medication interface.
Once the prescription has been entered, the user would have the option to print it out and give it to the patient to take to their pharmacy, or they may be able to send it electronically to the pharmacy directly from the system. This would typically involve securely transmitting the prescription information to the pharmacy so that it can be filled and dispensed to the patient.
MendMD will also allow the user to track the status of the prescription, including whether it has been filled and dispensed to the patient. This can help ensure that the patient is able to get the medication they need in a timely manner.
Overall, this type of feature can help streamline the process of prescribing and dispensing medications, making it easier and more efficient for healthcare providers to manage their patients' medications.
Medication reconciliation is the process of comparing a patient's current medication regimen with the list of medications that they are supposed to be taking. This is often done when a patient is being admitted to a hospital or when they are being transferred to a different healthcare facility. The goal of medication reconciliation is to ensure that the patient is taking the correct medications at the appropriate doses, and to identify any potential issues or inconsistencies that may need to be addressed.
For subsequent reconciliation, comparison can be done between the reconciled medications and the patient's current medications. That facilitates figuring out if there are any changes since last reconciliation.
The medication reconciliation feature of MendMD helps physicians by providing an easy-to-use interface for comparing a patient's medication list with their prescribed medications. This could include features such as the ability to easily search for medications by name or by their active ingredients, as well as tools for highlighting any potential discrepancies or conflicts. MendMD can also provide alerts or warnings to help identify potential issues that may need to be addressed.
Identifying Drug Interactions
By comparing a patient's medication list with their prescribed medications, the software could identify any potential drug interactions that may occur if the patient takes multiple medications at the same time. This could help prevent adverse reactions or other negative effects that may result from taking certain medications together.
Detecting duplicate or unnecessary medications
The software could also help identify any medications that the patient may be taking that are unnecessary or duplicative. For example, if a patient is taking two different medications that have the same active ingredient, the software could alert the physician to this fact and suggest that one of the medications be discontinued.
Ensuring that patients are taking their medications as prescribed
The software could also help ensure that patients are taking their medications as prescribed by their healthcare provider. For example, if a patient is supposed to take a medication twice a day but has only been taking it once a day, the software could alert the physician to this fact and suggest that the patient be reminded to take their medication as directed.