CloudPital #1 Dermatology System in Saudi Arabia has become a basic tool for everyday dermatology practices. The power to collect, analyze, share and store crucial patient data makes them a staple piece of dermatologists’ work.
CloudPital #1 Dermatology System in Saudi Arabia
Cloud-based EMRs are transforming the way patient data flows. From consultation rooms, to pathology labs, to fellow colleagues and back to patients, active and effective workflows offer improved patient care and reduced costs to the healthcare system.
Features in cloud-based Dermatology System
Optimized workflows can be achieved only when there is a proper filter of the information coming from various sources. However, the beginning of data feeding comes from a patient’s first contact with the health system. In other words, the first consultation becomes the crucial data collection point towards a patients’ profile. The way such data is processed and stored, and the capacity of EMRs to analyze and share it, will determine their utility.
Cloud-based E-Clinic Software in Saudi Arabia have been equipped with features that tackle some of the areas where traditional EMRs show most prevalent weaknesses:
The System allows for a quick and easy creation of a patient profile which contains the most relevant information regarding the person’s medical history, but can also include health insurance number and other details. Once a profile is created during a first consultation, the software provides the option to locate all spots present on the patient’s skin on a 3D body model. This contributes to the overall understanding and tracking of potential skin lesions from a visual perspective.
The System offers the possibility of performing a variety of sample extraction procedures on a single spot for a biopsy and first clinical diagnosis. This approach is supported by the analysis of dermoscopic images taken from suspicious spots.
Primary diagnosis and biopsy samples can be quickly shared with a partner dermatopathology lab. The System allows for the creation of diagnostic reports identified with a QR code able to digitize and encode key information from a patient’s case for simplified and faster handling by the laboratory staff. Even more so, results can then be shared on the common online platform for a streamlined analysis and patient follow up.
EMR System in Saudi Arabia allows the easy configuration of account settings to provide restricted access to patient sensitive data. In this way, non-medical staff can focus on performing tasks that require a lesser level of professional instruction thus freeing doctors from administrative chores. Actions such as imaging, clinic profile settings and account management are among the offered administrative abilities.