Robust Architecture Works OFFLINE!
MEDIVIEW is a cloud-and-client platform electronic patient care record (ePCR) designed to collect, store, and transmit patient data from the field to a care facility in as little as 30 seconds. The most robust ePCR in the EMS industry today, built for continued operations during max stress scenarios like natural disasters including earthquakes, hurricanes, and tornadoes, when cell networks often become unavailableand in rural contexts where connectivity may be sparse. No-fail functionality is inherent to MEDIVIEW. MEDIVIEW was designed for full-function offline with respect to data collection in the field, so it can be used in limited connectivity environments and during disasters when the network goes offline. The ePCR will remain operational for field-use even if there are connectivity problems, server outages, or network disruptions.
Automatic Synchronization (Store & Forward, Record Merging)
To protect against system failure (e.g., dead battery), MEDIVIEW auto-saves the full data record every time a new data point is entered. Users can create PCRS online or offline, which lets users start a report now and finish it later, while facilitating MCI response and coordinated care / mutual aid. MEDIVIEW was the first ePCR to auto-sync data between field and cloud units every 30 seconds, ensuring that data are constantly being backed up for security and CQI purposes. No user intervention is required to sync data: the system is constantly seeking a network connection and will begin streaming as soon as one is found. MEDIVIEW is uniquely capable of merging multiple records generated offline, so that during MCIs, multiple records and multiple CAD pushes can be received, reconciled, and organized into one PCR with each contributor agencys data fully sourced, traceable, HIPAA-compliant, and intact. All data are encrypted both at rest and in transit.
Longitudinal (Over Time) Charting
A longitudinal view of patient data is conducive to hotspotting / syndromic surveillance, and management of high-risk patients such as those with susceptibility to stroke (given the value of clinical context for identification of stroke vs. Bells Palsy), uncontrolled diabetes; patients who have been transported to a primary stroke facility but should have been transported to a comprehensive stroke center instead; and patients who received fentanyl or other opiates on multiple occasionsand why). Rich and trustworthy longitudinal data, compiled from multiple patient care records over time and shareable across the care continuum (including public health and insurance payers) will also help justify investment in new modes of prehospital engagement, such as ET3. Designed for syndromic surveillance, hotspotting, and other models of community engagement over time.
PCR Templates 5 MINUTE CHARTING!
PCR TEMPLATES lets agencies prepopulate a customizable master PCR template that can be incorporated into the current chartessentially by clicking a small number (e.g., 1, 2, 3) of buttons that will fill in potentially hundreds of NEMSIS- and agency-required values. The goals are to (a) drastically reduce charting time, and (b) ensure that QA/CQI is a breeze, since substantial portions of each PCR are fixed and preset. This frees crews to spend more time on clinical datathe part of the process that actually impacts patient careand makes it easier to capture critical details that the hospital will need while en route to the emergency department. After all, if data show up at the ED after the call is closed and the patient is seen, the clinical impact of those data is substantially less than if data were to arrive in advanced. ePCR Templates, our most beloved tool to date, has slashed our 9-1-1 agencies charting time from 45 minutes to 15 minutesa 66% reductionand as low as of 5 MINUTES per PCR!