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ProductsClarus - Clinical Documentation
Company American HealthNet
Item Clarus - Clinical Documentation
Features 
  • NANDA based care plans with linkages to NIC and NOC
  • Facility specific care plans can be created based on NANDA diagnosis classifications
  • Patient / caregiver education and instruction sheet library with ability to customize to the patient and save customized copy with patient record
  • Access to Vital signs, MAR and Intake & Output information while in care planning
  • Remote, Web Browser access to patient record
  • Review complete patient history or 24 hour summary
  • Review dictation, enter chart notes online
  • Electronic Signature
  • Orders for administration during the shift care planning activities
  • Active flow sheets
  • Use for bedside charting of Vital signs, medication / order administration, intake and output, supply charge entry
  • Flowsheet linkage to vitals, I & O and care plans
  • Temperature, pulse and respirations with facility specific normals (abnormals are highlighted in red)
  • Patient height and weight with BSA calculation
  • Pain assessment (supports multiple pain sites)
  • Pulse oximetry readings
  • On-line entry of intake and output information
  • Linkage to IV flowsheet for automatic update
  • Separate Surgical I & O
  • Summary includes allergies / sensitivities, on-going problem list, home medications, medical and surgical history, family history
  • 24 hour Summary includes new orders, 24 hour MAR, 24 hour results, 24 hour vital signs, 24 hour I & O
  • Import documents and images into encounter record
  • Documents and images are part of the SQL database which provides indexing and backup
  • Incident reporting
  • Access to clinical data repository
  • Authorization tracking
  • Access to clinical data repository for ad hoc reporting
  • Crystal Reports used for ad hoc reporting
  • Detailed data acquisition for patient / infection tracking
  • Online watch list
  • Access to clinical data repository for ad hoc reporting
Description Vital signs, Assessments, Care Management, I/O, Flow Sheets, Medication Administration Record, Test Results, Chart Notes and Therapies are accessible. Vitals and other periodic patient progress can be charted at the point of care on a wireless handheld terminal so the computer patient record is always current. Patient summary gives longitudinal view of patients health status. Automatic data capture from clinical modules along with the ability to attach images.
Info American HealthNet
Customer Service: 800-745-4712
Web site: http://www.americanhealthnet.com/

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